Message from Kelley Eskridge

Kelley Eskridge, one of my favorite writers and one of my favorite people, posted this earlier today to the Nicola Griffith mailing list:

I am doing a reading in Redmond this
Saturday evening, Oct 2.

The event is the Redmond Association of Spokenword (RASP) monthly
get-together, which is a combination of open-mic and featured reader (in
this case, me). It’s at Victor’s Celtic Coffee Company in downtown
Redmond: 7993 Gilman Street, just off the corner of Redmond Way and 164th
Street NE. The event begins at 7:30 pm, and I will begin reading after the first half of open-mic participants. I’m sorry I can’t tell you
exactly what time that will be.

I’ll be reading my most recent story, “Shine.” I expect my reading to take about 35 minutes. Although the event is in a public space, people with
children should be aware that my story contains a couple of words that you
might not want to have to explain just yet.

If you are in the area, check it out. Kelley is an awesome writer, a great reader of her own work, and one of the few people in this world I would take a bullet for.

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