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Paris Lit Up n°2 – Prague Launch

Paris Lit Up n°2 – Prague Launch

The City of Light goes to the City of A Thousand Spires

Featured readers: Thor Garcia (Praha), Stephan Delbos (Praha), Annie Brechin (Dubai), Jason McGimsey (Paris)

Saturday, February 7th 2015
The Swan Divadelni Klub
Ovocny Trh 6, 11000 Prague, Czech Republic

We’re excited to be presenting Issue 2 of the Paris Lit Up magazine with our Prague contributors!!

Back with a boom, Paris Lit Up Magazine n°2 is much more than a simple repetition. Now with 200 full-color pages, a stunning semi-transparent dust jacket and over 100 contributors, this independent publication is truly a testament to grassroots DIY publications. It is available in both print as well as a digital versions. Poetry, short-stories, flash fiction, photography, artwork, interviews and even comic books: Paris Lit Up Magazine n°2 has something for every connoisseur of contemporary writing.

Copies of the magazine will be on sale on the night for the very reasonable sum of 200 CZK.

Thor Garcia is the author of the novel The News Clown (Equus Press, 2012) and the story collections Only Fools Die of Heartbreak (Equus Press, 2013) and Tund (Litteraria Pragensia, 2011). He writes the Death Sex War God blog on goodreads.com. His stories have appeared in VLAK magazine, Dogmatika and the Drill Press.

Stephan Delbos lives in Prague, where he edits the web journal B O D Y (bodyliterature.com). His poetry, essays, and translations have been widely published. Editor of the anthology From a Terrace in Prague: A Prague Poetry Anthology (Litteraria Pragensia, 2011), his play, Chetty’s Lullaby, on the life of Chet Baker, is currently in production in San Francisco.

Annie Brechin has been published in the Wolf, Stand, Magma, Rising, the Liberal, B O D Y and others. In 2003 she was awarded a Jerwood/Arvon Young Poets Apprenticeship. During a stint in Prague she was Poetry Editor for the Prague Revue and ran the monthly open mic Alchemy. She moved from Paris to Dubai this year.

Jason Francis Mc Gimsey wordsmiths at tragicoptimist.com.

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