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Everything is Bigger has many things and people to be thankful for this month. Four of those people are this month's readers Matthew Salesses, Cecily Parks, Rebecca Liu, and Noel Gaulin. Come check out a special Sunday edition of Everything is Bigger, same time and same place.
Cheer Up Charlie's
Doors at 7 pm / Show at 7:30 pm
Bring cash for books and donation please!
Matthew Salesses is the author of The Hundred-Year Flood (Little A/Amazon Publishing), an Amazon Best Book of September and a Kindle First pick, and a season’s best selection at Buzzfeed (twice), Refinery29, and Gawker. His other books include I’m Not Saying, I’m Just Saying (Civil Coping Mechanisms), Different Racisms (Thought Catalog Books), and The Last Repatriate (Nouvella). Matthew was adopted from Korea and has written about adoption, race, and parenting for NPR’s Code Switch, The Toast, The Millions, the Center for Asian American Media, and The Rumpus, among others. His fiction has appeared in Glimmer Train, American Short Fiction, PEN/Guernica, and many others. He did his MFA at Emerson College, where he edited Redivider Journal, and he is currently a Cambor Fellow and Ph.D. candidate in Creative Writing and Literature at the University of Houston. More at matthewsalesses.com.
Cecily Parks is the author of the poetry collections Field Folly Snow (University of Georgia Press, 2008), which was a finalist for the Norma Farber First Book Award, and O'Nights (Alice James Books, 2015). Her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Orion, The Yale Review, and elsewhere. In 2011 she earned a PhD in English from the CUNY Graduate Center, where she wrote a dissertation on American women writers and swamps. She teaches at Texas State University and lives in Austin.
Rebecca Liu’s poems can be found or are forthcoming in The Awl, Boston Review, Gulf Coast, and Apogee Journal. She was recently named a finalist for the 2015 PSA Chapbook Fellowship and the 2015 “Discovery”/Boston Review Poetry Contest. She is currently a poetry fellow at the Michener Center for Writers.
Noel Gaulin is a performance and theater artist in Austin, TX. He is a company member of the theatre collective paper chairs, for whom he recently performed in shows such as MAST and Murder Ballad Murder Mystery. He is currently a teaching artist for Creative Action.