presents
D. T. Friedman
Nancy Hightower
 

Tuesday, February 4th -- doors open 6:30 p.m.
$7 suggested donation
The SoHo Gallery for Digital Art
(address and links below)

Two fantastic women who write fantastic fiction of the fantastic will offer fantastic readings from their fa...  Well, you get the idea.

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DT Friedman D. T. Friedman is a writer whose work has appeared in venues such as Shimmer Magazine, Flash Fiction Online, and the Dark Faith Anthology.  She is a member of the Codex writers' group, and is the newest member of Altered Fluid.  In her other life, she is a doctor of Internal Medicine with a specialization in urban underserved populations, and is about to take a fellowship position in Palliative Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital.  She also occasionally provides medical advice to be used in fictional contexts; she has consulted with over two dozen authors independently and through the Science and Entertainment Exchange, and recently assisted with an episode of the TV show, Castle.  She is currently doing research on sickle cell disease, writing a novel, and taking some classes towards an MBA degree.  She lives with a neurotic calico named Spoon Avocado, which is her brother's fault.  Sometimes she juggles fire.

Nancy HightowerNancy Hightower
’s short fiction and poetry has been published in Strange Horizons, Word Riot, storySouth, Gargoyle, Electric Velocipede, Interfictions, Prick of the Spindle, and Up the Staircase Quarterly, among othersHer debut novel Elementari Rising came out with Pink Narcissus Press in 2013. You can see more of her work at NancyHightower.com.
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The New York Review of Science Fiction Reading Series provides performances from some of the best writers in science fiction, fantasy, speculative fiction, etc.  The series usually takes place the first Tuesday of every month, but maintains flexibility in time and space, so be sure to stay in touch through the mailing list, the Web, and Facebook.

After the event, please join us as we treat our readers for dinner and drinks nearby.  (Venue to be determined as, alas, Milady's has closed its doors after decades in Soho.) 

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The SoHo Gallery for Digital Art (AKA Soho Artspace) is dedicated to re-establishing SoHo as an international center for the development of new artistic forms, concepts and ideas.  A screens-instead-of-canvases approach allows a wide selection of art from around the world which would otherwise never make it to the City.  The SGDA is available for private gatherings and events of all kinds.  For bookings call (800) 420-5590 or visit sohodigart.com

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WHEN:
Tuesday, February 4th
Doors open at 6:30 -- event begins at 7

WHERE:
The SoHo Gallery for Digital Art
138 Sullivan Street  (between Houston & Prince St.)
http://maps.google.com/maps?q=138+Sullivan+St.+New+York+NY+10012

HOW:
By Subway
6, C, E to Spring St.; A, B D or F to West 4th; 1 train to Houston St; or R, W to Prince St.
There are many convenient bus lines that come within a couple of blocks of the gallery.  Use the link above for an interactive transit map.

LINKS:
http://hourwolf.com/nyrsf
https://www.facebook.com/groups/NYRSF.Readings

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