No doubt this is reading will be another wonderful installment of the TWP series. Enjoy a spring evening with poetry and prose on your way home from work, a pre-game before hitting Center City, or just meander on in, buy a book, and hear mysterious voices yelling atop the loft. Whatever your fancy, we want you here! BYOB with an open mic to follow the features.
Hannah Litvin is a Texas-born writer and creative living in Philadelphia. She holds a BA in studio arts from University of Houston, and works full-time. In 2018 she was a Vaclav Havel fellow at the Prague Summer Writer’s Program, where she workshopped with Jaimy Gordon, Mark Slouka, and Stuart Dybek. A former member of Leonard Gontarek’s Osage Poets, Hannah writes mainly prose these days, but still has many poems about men and her mother, that need homes. Her short story “Rugsweeping, and Other Lost Arts” is forthcoming in the Painted Bride Quarterly.
Sean Hanrahan is a Philadelphian poet originally hailing from Dale City, Virginia. He is the author of the chapbook, Hardened Eyes on the Scan, published in 2018 by Moonstone Press. His work has also been included in several anthologies and journals, including the forthcoming Stonewall’s Legacy anthology. He currently serves on the Moonstone Press Editorial Board, as a poetry editor for Toho, and as an instructor for Green Street Poetry.
Christina Rosso-Schneider is a red-headed siren and bookstore owner living in South Philadelphia with her bearded husband and two rescue pups. Her work has been featured in Twisted Sister Lit Mag, Across the Margin, FIVE:2:ONE Magazine, and more. Visit https://christinarosso.wordpress.com/ or find her on Twitter @Rosso_Christina