Saturday, July 9, 2011

The Empty Globe/July 16: Saehee Cho, Last Nights of Paris, and Margaret Wappler



at Pieter (Lincoln Heights)
420 West Avenue 33, Unit 10 Los Angeles, CA 90031
*please park on the street, and not in the lot

$5 donation

Saehee Cho holds an MFA in Writing from The California Institute of The Arts. Her work has been featured in Sidebrow, decomP, BAP, PANK and Out of Nothing. She lives in Los Angeles.

Last Nights of Paris, named after a novel of mad love & mystery by surrealist author Philippe Soupault, is the sound project of Los Angeles resident David Eng. David is currently involved with Machine Project & Betalevel in addition to performing with Ambient Force 3000 & synth/drums duo Crime Wave.

Margaret Wappler writes for the Los Angeles Times about arts and culture, and has been published in Black Clock, The Believer, Joyland, LA Weekly, Rolling Stone and the upcoming debut issue of Public Fiction. She read from her novel-in-progress at the Hammer Museum earlier this year with Ann Beattie, and also presented at the EMP Pop Music Conference at UCLA. She is finishing a novel that explores environmentalism, the suburban landscape, and alien spaceships.

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