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Free: InDigest Literary Readings Celebrates Nabokov April 17 in NYC

From a media release:

InDigest Celebrates Nabokov
with readings of new work by Meakin Armstrong, Nicole Callihan, Sasha Fletcher, Dave Haan & more
hosted by InDigest Narratives Editor Ashleigh Lambert
with cake, butterflies, Kubrick's Lolita, and tons of surprises
Sunday April 17, 2011 - 7pm | FREE
at (Le) Poisson Rouge
more info at InDigest or (Le) Poisson Rouge


On April 17th InDigest will celebrate the 112th birthday of visionary novelist/short-story writer/literary critic/lepidopterist/chess genius/synesthete Vladimir Nabokov with a party/reading at (Le) Poisson Rouge. The event will feature novelists, poets, and scholars reading works on and inspired by the work of Nabokov. Author Meakin Armstrong will read a new work about visiting the author's home, poet Sasha Fletcher (pictured left) will read new poems inspired by the work of Nabokov, scholars will discuss his recently verified theories on butterflies, there will be cake, Kubrick's Lolita (which Nabokov wrote the screenplay for himself) will play on the TVs and everyone will have a damn good time.

InDigest Magazine was founded in 2007 by writers David Luke Doody and Dustin Luke Nelson as an online home where a dialogue between and about the arts may be struck. The magazine is home to poetry (Rodrigo Toscano, Stephen Burt, Ronaldo V. Wilson, Jen Knox, Alex Lemon, Ada Limon), fiction (JC Hallman, Roxane Gay, Peter Bognanni, Geoff Herbach, Sam Osterhout, Nicole Hefner, Tao Lin), online broadsides, the InDigest broadcard printing series, The InDefinite podcast, e-books, criticism, art, interviews, and more. 

InDigest Celebrates Nabokov
plus readings, butterflies, cakes, music, drinks, and more
7pm | Free
(Le) Poisson Rouge

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