Friday, Feb 03, 2017 7:00p -
Out of the Blue Too
Cambridge, ma 02135
< 21, Kid Friendly
Feb. 3, 2017- 7PM
Out of the Blue Too
541 Massachusetts Avenue
hosted by Timothy Gager featuring
Louise Miller "The City Baker s Guide to Country Living"
Louie Cronin "Everybody Loves You Back"
Wendy Mnookin "Dinner with Emerson"
Louise Miller is a pastry chef who lives and works in Boston, MA. She received a scholarship to attend GrubStreet s Novel Incubator program, a yearlong workshop for novelists. She is an art school dropout, an amateur flower gardener, an old-time banjo player, an obsessive moviegoer, and a champion of old dogs."The City Baker s Guide to Country Living"is her debut novel.
Louie Cronin, author of the novel Everyone Loves You Back, is a writer, radio producer, and audio engineer. For ten years she worked as a producer/writer for Car Talk on NPR. A graduate of Boston University’s Master's program in Creative Writing and a past winner of the Ivan Gold Fiction Fellowship from the Writers’ Room of Boston, Louie’s fiction and essays have been published in Compass Rose, The Princeton Arts Review, Long Island Newsday, The Boston Globe Magazine, and on PRI.org.
Her short stories have been finalists for both Glimmer Train and New Millennium Writings awards. Louie has been awarded residencies at the Ragdale Foundation, the Virginia Center for the Arts, and the Vermont Studio Center. Currently she works as a technical director for PRI’s The World and lives in Boston with her husband, the sculptor James Wright.
Wendy Mnookin's most recent book, DINNER WITH EMERSON, was published by Tiger Bark Press in 2016. Previous books are THE MOON MAKES ITS OWN PLEA, WHAT HE TOOK, and TO GET HERE, published by BOA Editions, and GUENEVER SPEAKS, a book of persona poems.
She has taught poetry in the Boston area at Emerson College, Boston College, and Grub Street, a non-profit writing program, as well as at elementary and high schools, in private classes, and at writing workshops around the country, including Bend, Oregon; Dallas, Texas; and Chautauqua, New York.
Mnookin's poems have been published in journals, online publications, and anthologies. She has been featured on Garrison Keillor's "The Writer's Almanac" and on "Poetry Daily." She received an NEA Fellowship in Poetry, and WHAT HE TOOK won the 2002 Sheila Motton Award from the New England Poetry Club. A graduate of Radcliffe College, she received her MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts.