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Tire Fire Presents: Coleman, Miska, Gehringer, & Faul
WE SURVIVED 2018! TireFire Readings is so proud of you! What better way to congratulate ourselves on making it this far than readings from Tyrese Coleman, Amanda Miska, Fae Aspen Gehringer, and Prairie M. Faul!
Doors 7 // Reading 8
This month, we’ll be donating our $ to the Women’s Medical Fund, who protects and expands abortion access for low-income folks through direct service and advocacy. “We support those living in poverty who need abortion care today by providing counseling and emergency financial assistance. We support people in the future by working to expand and equalize access to abortion through lifting the insurance bans and eliminating other barriers.”
Accessibility Note: Reading is upstairs and non-bumper car seating is limited, and tends to be first-come, first-serve. If you need assistance or accommodations, please let us know.
Enjoy this event with our Pierogi Thursday specials:
50¢ pierogi from noon-10pm
& half off all drafts 5-7pm and 10-11pm
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TYRESE L. COLEMAN is a writer, wife, mother, and lawyer. Because she isn’t busy enough, she is also the reviews editor for SmokeLong Quarterly, an online journal of flash fiction. She is also an instructor at the Writer’s Center in Bethesda, MD. Her collection of essays and stories, How to Sit, was published by Mason Jar Press in 2018.
AMANDA MISKA is Publisher of Split Lip Press. She lives and writes in the Philly suburbs. You can find her on Twitter @akmiska or read more of her work online at amandamiska.com.
JUNE GEHRINGER is the author of “I Love You It Looks Like Rain” (Be About It Press 2017) and “I Don’t Write About Race” the latter of which was the winner of Civil Coping Mechanisms’s 2017 Mainline contest, an Entropy Best Poetry Book of 2018, and debuted as the number one LGBT new release on Amazon. She is a writer at Autostraddle, and she runs her mouth on Twitter @june_gehringer
PRAIRIE M. FAUL is a cajun poet and flagrant transsexual. She is a sag sun/virgo moon/cancer rising and the author of Burnt Sugarcane (2016, Gloworm Press) and In the House we Built (2017, Bottlecap). She can be found on twitter @motsduprairie. She is running from something.