Last Monday, writer and poet Greg Parldo, published in PBQ Issue 86 read and spoke among fellow writers Saeed Jones, author of Prelude to Bruise, Cate Marvin, co-founder of the non-profit VIDA, and author of World’s Tallest Disaster, and Willie Perdomo, author of The Essential Hits of Shorty Bon Bon at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York. […]
Halloween is tomorrow, and there’s no better way to get into the spirit by reading some scary stories. Here’s a list of 17 that you can read right now that some of our PBQ staff finds positively spine-tingling. Want to read an old classic? Try “The Monkey’s Paw”, a haunting tale that boils down to being […]
Tuesday’s reading at Perch Pub coincided with National Chinese Almond Cookie Day, and we were not without the sweet. As Kathy Volk Miller introduced Joanna Fuhrman, our first reader of the night, the crowd passed around a box of almond cookies, which KVM described as “thin as communion wafers.” A befitting description considering that by […]
Frank Messina will begin the night with a reading. Andrew Keller will then take the reins and host yet another unforgettable night. Enjoy this interactive, crazy-creative writing experience with us free of charge! We’ll bring the paper and pens; you bring your sharp minds and creativity!
Did you know? April 9 is National Chinese Almond Cookie Day! Celebrate by joining us at the Perch Pub at 8:00 p.m. for a reading by Valerie Fox, Johanna Fuhrman, and Christina Hamm. Stay for special musical guest: Liv Carrow! No cover. Drink and food specials. Any holiday is a great excuse for a night out, and we can’t wait to spend it with you!
Carolyn Busa kicked off the March 28 Slam the way we like it: with talk of slabs, boob (yes, just one), and those ever-elusive Olive Garden fortune cookies. Busa had us tearing up in the best way as she delivered a refreshingly original set that was relatable to all in attendance. Who knew being treated […]