Sunday Reading Series, Gamble, Ruelle, & Francone

Sunday Reading Series

Gamble, Ruelle, & Francone

Sun · May 19 2019

7:00 pm


This event is 21 and over

Sunday Reading Series
Sunday Reading Series
Sunday Reading Series: Poetry, Prose, & Cocktails is a monthly, free reading series, hosted by Simone Muench. It occurs on the 3rd Sunday of each month (with occasional substitutions) from 6:30PM-8:30PM at Hungry Brain located at 2319 W. Belmont Ave in Chicago, IL.

Doors at 6:30 | Event at 7:00 | Free | 21+
Gamble, Ruelle, & Francone
HANNAH GAMBLE is a poet, essayist, playwright, screenwriter, and director. Her first book of poems Your Invitation to a Modest Breakfast, won the National Poetry Series in 2011. In 2014, she received the Ruth Lilly/ Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg fellowship from the Poetry Foundation in Chicago. She is the writer and director of “Rad Program” (a short play about the Midwest’s first community college to offer an associate’s degree in not getting raped) and is currently working on a web series called Choose Me: An Abortion Story.

VINCENT FRANCONE is the author of the memoir Like a Dog and the essay collection The Soft Lunacy. His work has appeared in Rain Taxi, Rhino, New City, The Oklahoma Review, and other web and print journals. He won 1st place in the 2009 Illinois Emerging Writers Competition. He hosts a podcast called Drinking and Talking and is at work on a story collection. Visit his website to learn more and see pictures of his dog.

MICAH RUELLE is a queer poet from America’s heartland. She holds a CPTS from Oxford University’s Wycliffe Hall and an MFA in Creative Writing from Texas State. Her forthcoming chapbook, “Failure to Merge,” is out this June from Finishing Line Press. She currently resides in the Kansas City area.
Venue Information:
Hungry Brain
2319 W. Belmont
Chicago, IL, 60618