We invite you to join us for our last reading of the calendar year at Charmington’s on Tuesday, Dec. 8, at 7 PM. Ugly sweaters optional.
This month, we are proud to present:
Abby Higgs (Non-fiction)
Abby Higgs is a graduate of University of Baltimore’s MFA in Creative Writing and Publishing Arts program. Her work has appeared in, or is forthcoming from, The Guardian, Salon, The Rumpus, Freerange Nonfiction, The Huffington Post, Bustle, VICE, The Barely South Review, and Autostraddle. She is the Assistant Editor of Queen Mob’s Teahouse–an international, online literary journal based in London; she is also the Social Commentary Editor for Baltimore’s What Weekly. More of her words can be found at slowclapabby.com.
Dylan Kinnett (Wildcard)
Dylan Kinnett is a writer, critic, and spoken word performance artist. His work seeks to alter traditional literary forms with the use of media, hypertext, and performance. Dylan is the Founding Editor of Infinities Kitchen, a literary journal. He is also a member of the Second Land audio-visual collective, where he performs improvisational spoken word along with concrete music. He has work published with/or performed by Industry Night, Otoliths, The Annex Theater, University of Baltimore, and others. Dylan lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
Pantea Tofangchi (Poetry)
Pantea Tofangchi is an Iranian-American Writer and Graphic Designer living in Ellicot City.
Elisabeth Dahl (Fiction)
Elisabeth Dahl is a Baltimore-based writer whose essays, short stories, and poems have appeared at NPR.org, The Rumpus, OZY, Johns Hopkins Magazine, and elsewhere. Her first book, a middle-grade novel with line drawings entitled Genie Wishes, was published by Abrams Books in 2013. She’s a graduate of Johns Hopkins and Georgetown universities.