Tuesday, March 20, 2012

March 22: Andrews, Crawford, Aizenman

When - Thursday, March 22nd
Where - ModernFormations Gallery, 4919 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh
Time – 8:00 p.m.
Cover - $5 or free w/ contribution to potluck

Kelly Andrews is a 9-5 stiff getting her kicks as a regular rabble-rouser on the weekends. She'd like to lay claim to being a superfluous writer, but she spends most of her free time doting on her cat. Her work has appeared in Pear Noir! and is forthcoming in Weave Magazine, and she'd like to stress that "the characters are all fictional."

Caitlin Crawford graduated in May 2009 from Carlow University with a degree in Biology and is now working feverishly on applying to vet school. She currently works full time at the Animal Rescue League helping pets find new homes and works part time at Allegro Hearth Bakery helping cookies and bread find new homes, too. In her scant spare time, she mostly hangs out with her cats or dances, sometimes both.

Hannah Aizenman hails from Birmingham, Alabama. She will graduate from the University of Pittsburgh in April with degrees in English Writing (Poetry) and History of Art and Architecture. Her work has appeared in Three Rivers Review and is forthcoming in Collision Literary Magazine. She has an affinity for steel cities, storytelling, and bourbon. After graduation, she looks forward to entering this “real world” she’s heard so much about.