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The Café & Bar Presents Exhibit B in NYC: A Reading

Saturday, 5:00 pm EST February 24, 2024

The Center for Fiction Café & Bar

Drink purchases from our Café & Bar are kindly requested to help make this series sustainable. RSVPs are optional and guests will be admitted on a first-come, first-seated basis.

Exhibit B in NYC: A Reading highlights outstanding authors with a focus on voices from marginalized experiences. We aim to bring established and emerging writers into the same events, conversations, and readership.

Presented in partnership with Exhibit B.

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Featuring

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    Henri Seguin

    Henri Seguin

    Henri Seguin is a French American poet and translator whose work has been published by MyKali Magazine, Moss, Salmagundi, and La Nouvelle Revue Française, among others. With ties to the cornfields of Ohio, tomato fields of Jordan, and the vineyards of both Washington and Alsace, Henri is invested in issues of borders and the significance of correspondence.

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    Sally Wen Mao

    Sally Wen Mao

    Sally Wen Mao is the author of the fiction collection Ninetails: Nine Tales (Penguin Books, May 2024). She is also the author of three books of poetry: The Kingdom of Surfaces (Graywolf, 2023), a finalist for the Maya Angelou Book Award, Oculus (Graywolf Press, 2019), a finalist for the 2020 Los Angeles Book Prize in Poetry, and Mad Honey Symposium (Alice James Books, 2014). The recipient of an NEA grant, a Cullman fellowship, a Shearing fellowship, and two Pushcart Prizes, Mao lives and teaches in New York City.


    Photo Credit: Jess X Snow

  • Daniel Poppick

    Daniel Poppick

    Daniel Poppick

    Daniel Poppick is the author of Fear of Description (Penguin, 2019), a winner of the National Poetry Series, and The Police (Omnidawn, 2017). His poems appear in the New Yorker, BOMB, Chicago Review, the Yale Review, the Brooklyn Rail, and elsewhere. He works as a copywriter and is co-editor of the Catenary Press.

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    Nick Flynn

    Nick Flynn

    Nick Flynn is the author of thirteen books, including Low (Graywolf, 2023) and Some Ether (Graywolf, 2000), winner of the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award. His bestselling memoir Another Bullshit Night in Suck City (Norton, 2004) was made into a film starring Robert DeNiro (Focus Features, 2012), and has been translated into fifteen languages.


    Photo Credit: Ryan McGinley