DTLAB :: WILL WRIGHT READS

WILL WRIGHT READS with
Peter Darchuk, Chip Godwin, J. Ryan Stradal, Linda Immediato, Margaret Wappler and Alissa Walker.
– local writers reading their latest works –
Monday, July 28 (7pm)
DTLAB @ TRAXX
800 North Alameda Street, #122
Los Angeles, CA 90012

RSVP at willrobwright@gmail.com

Featured Writers/ Performers include:

Peter Darchuk – http://www.peterdarchuk.com/
Nat Gale & Tariq Kamal (Banjo Duet) – @njg2103
Chip Godwin – http://chipgodwin.com/
Linda Immediato – @LAmagStyle
J Ryan Stradal – http://jryanstradal.com/
Alissa Walker – @AwalkerinLA
Margaret Wappler – @MargaretWappler
Will Wright – @willwrightreads

Past readings have included critical theory, fiction, drama, poetry, performance, erotica, excerpts from plays, poorly written ad copy promoting consumables, letters to your math teacher, etc.

Downtown Literary Alchemy Laboratory, experimenting in the literary arts, the business of publishing and the process of building community with 90 events in 90 days @ Traxx, (800 North Alameda Street, #122, LA, CA 90012). A project of Writ Large Press.

#WillWrightReads #DTLAB #90for90 – http://writlargepress.com/

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