Writers Night Out
December 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Richard Wayne Horton has published in Southern Pacific Review, Meat For Tea, Lonesome October, Aphotic Realm, Danse Macabre Online, and others. He was nominated for a Pushcart. His first book of flash fiction, Sticks & Bones, is available from Meat For Tea Press. He is working on a second book of flash fiction, A Dream Of Vanished Streets set in Texas in the early 50s. Precise language ties together scenes that are gritty, beautiful and at times disturbing. The characters seem real, and the settings close up and bright. Some RWH stories have appeared in horror mags but they are not horror. Instead of being predictable formula fodder for buzzed-out minds, they are rich, strong-boned and speculative, with dream sequences that engage a real emotional second world.
Doors open at 7 – with an open mic.
If you’d like a chance to read, place your name in the hat up until 7:10. Ten names will be randomly selected. The reading starts at 7:15, and each reader will have five minutes.
Admission is free; participants are encouraged to buy a drink in support of the venue.
Please join us! Further information: Beth Filson at WNO@gmail.com