TIRE FIRE in conjunction with our dear friends MASON JAR PRESS presents our first reading in TWO YEARS, which just so happens to coincide with AWP. How convenient! TIRE FIRE is finally back home, upstairs at beautiful Tattooed Moms, with four incredible readers!
Thursday, March 24th
NO COVER // FREE FUN
RSVP: FB EVENT
Tattooed Mom will be serving tasty eats and ice cold drinks all evening.
Upstairs dining, bar access, and event entry is 21+ w/ valid ID.
Note: At this time, proof of vaccination is also required for entry.
SARA LIPPMANN is the author of the story collections JERKS (Mason Jar Press, 2022) and Doll Palace (Dock Street Press), long-listed for the 2015 Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award. She was awarded an artist’s fellowship in fiction from New York Foundation for the Arts, and her work has appeared in The Washington Post, The Millions, Fourth Genre, Slice Magazine, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Diagram, Squalorly and elsewhere. She’s landed on Wigleaf’s Top 50, and her stories have been anthologized in Mamas and Papas: On the Sublime and Heartbreaking Art of Parenting (San Diego City Works Press) and forthcoming in New Voices: Contemporary Voices Confronting the Holocaust (Blue Lyra Press) and Best Small Fictions 2020 (Sonder Press). Raised outside of Philadelphia, she teaches in Brooklyn where she lives with her family and co-hosts the Sunday Salon NYC. Find her on Twitter: @saralippmann.
MIKE INGRAM’s stories and essays have appeared in publications including The North American Review, The Smart Set, EPOCH, and Medium’s Human Parts. He lives in Philadelphia, where he is an associate professor in the English department at Temple University, and co-host of the Book Fight podcast. He’s also a founding editor of Barrelhouse Magazine, and currently serves as its books editor. He usually co-hosts Tire Fire, but he’s got a BOOK OUT, Notes From the Road (Awst 2022), and we wanted to show him off. You can find him on Instagram and/or Twitter: @mikeingram00 / @mikeingram00.
CHRISTOPHER GONZALEZ is the author of I’M NOT HUNGRY BUT I COULD EAT (SFWP, 2021) and a co-fiction editor of Barrelhouse Magazine. His writing has appeared in The Nation, Split Lip, Cosmonauts Avenue, Best Small Fictions, Forward: 21st Century Flash Fiction, and elsewhere. Raised in Cleveland, he now lives in Brooklyn, NY and spends his waking hours tweeting about Oscar Isaac, book publishing, trash television, and Popeyes’ Spicy Chicken Sandwich. You can find him on Instagram and/or Twitter: @livesinpages / @livesinpages.
MONICA PRINCE teaches activist and performance writing at Susquehanna University in Pennsylvania. She is the author of How to Exterminate the Black Woman: A Choreopoem ([PANK], 2020), Instructions for Temporary Survival (Red Mountain Press, 2019), and Letters from the Other Woman (Grey Book Press, 2018). She is the managing editor of the SFWP Quarterly, and the co-author of the suffrage play, Pageant of Agitating Women, with Anna Andes. Her work appears in Wildness, The Missouri Review, The Texas Review, The Rumpus, MadCap Review, American Poetry Journal, and elsewhere. You can find her on Instagram and/or Twitter: @poetic_moni / @poetic_moni.
Since we know traveling to Philadelphia and buying a million new books (and don’t even get us started on actually registering for a conference!) is costly, instead of taking up our usual collection, we encourage you to donate a few spare bucks or a hand to your local mutual aid groups when you’re able.