Hey there, literati. What are you guys doing tonight? Oh, you're reading books, you say. Shocking...Well, here's an idea. Why don't you put down that copy of McSweeney's and come support your own locally based, admirably smug, notably fantastic literary mag?
With a title so forthright and purposefully long-winded, we can only hope the evening's events will unfold on a dissimilar echelon of motivation. Come enjoy readings by Peter Grandbois (author of "The Gravedigger") and James Kaelan (his novel, "Brute", is scheduled to be released next year), with a special performance tribute by Executive Editor Elijah Jenkins to host Andy Jones.
If you're one of the first 50 attendees, you can score a complimentary drink ticket, plus some street cred from some very brainy people. Purchase the latest Flatmancrooked anthology (and why wouldn't you? It's local!) and receive a second drink ticket. After schmoozing and achieving inspiration by listening to some excellent readings, you can go home and brood accordingly until you're motivated enough to write your own story.
Who knows? It could win the 2009 Flatmancrooked Prize for Excellent Writing Done During a Period of Great Fiscal Renewal
For more information, visit . Or just show up at 226 F Street in Davis tonight at 9 p.m..