Moonshot Holiday Party 2011

The moon may be a harsh mistress, but your friends at Moonshot will keep you warm and cozy during our first annual holiday party. Drink your holiday spirits and stick around for a winter reading by four talented writers and poets. Egg nogs! Hot toddies! & now featuring special acoustic performances by the amazing Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt + Thank You Ma’ams.

Please RSVP to (or join our Facebook event) to receive the address of The Home Of. The Home Of asks attendees to RSVP to preserve the privacy of the venue, which inevitably enhances your experience. The venue is located one block from the 4th Avenue and 9th Street subway stop, serviced by the F, R, and G trains, in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn, NY

Featuring readings by:

Jessica Elsaesser is a brunette prose poet living in Brooklyn with a passion for small objects.

Miles Klee‘s writing has appeared in McSweeney’s Internet TendencyThe AwlThe Huffington PostThe New York ObserverSalonThe Millions, and many other publications, online and off-. His debut novel, Ivyland, is currently available from OR Books.

Nicole Steinberg is the editor of the literary anthology Forgotten Borough: Writers Come to Terms with Queens, as well as an editor at large at LIT magazine. Her poetry has appeared in H_NGM_N, No Tell Motel, BOMB, Gulf Coast, and other publications. She is the author of Birds of Tokyo (Dancing Girl Press, 2011) and founder of Earshot, a NYC reading series. She currently lives in Philadelphia, where she paints her nails.

Nicole Treska lives in Harlem and teaches writing and literature at The City College of New York. She turns up early to most things, and is rarely prepared for the weather. She is susceptible, and loud, and working on it.