Tuesday 4/4: Erica Armstrong Dunbar reads from and discusses Never Caught: The Washingtons’ Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave, Ona Judge. 7 p.m. at Germantown Friends School, free. Jared Stanley and Lauren Kochman read poetry. 7 p.m. at L’Etage, free. First Person Arts StorySlam: I Dare You. 8 p.m. at Fringe Arts, free.
Tags: Allison Titus, Amir Culver, Amy Saul-Zerby, An Odd Turn of Events, Angelo Colavita, Ann Drabik, Cheyenne Bartram, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Dave Housley, Elias Rodriques, Em Jensen, Emmett Drueding, Erica Armstrong Dunbar, Ethel Rackin, Frank Sherlock, Fritz Ward, Hal Sirowitz, Hanoch Guy, Jacob Camacho, Jared Stanley, Josè Olivarez, Kaitlin Pomerantz, Kasey Toomey, Kay Gabriel, Kristine Coleman, Kyle Schlesinger, Lauren Kochman, Leon Xu, Marc Anthony, Maryan Captan, Meghan Howland, Minter Krotzer, Natalie Kuenzi, Notable Philadelphia, Philip Fried, Ryan Eckes, Stephanie Bursese, Stephanie Czapla, Talon Bazille Dx, Thatcher Snyder, Tom McCallister, Virginia Price, Will Owen, Yolanda Wisher
Amy Fusselman discusses her latest memoir/manifesto/philosophical treatise
Savage Park, the rise of a new kind of nonfiction, and what kind of art “discombobulates her and makes her scream.” ...more
Tags: 8, amy fusselman, An Area of Darkness, Andrew Rannells, children, Christian Marclay, Cuneiform Press, Emily Dickinson, Emma Winsor Wood, figure skating, Gumball, Hanegi Park, How's Everything Going? Not Good, hybrid genre, Jerry Saltz, Jon-Michael Frank, Josh Gad, Kyle Schlesinger, Lil Buck, London, Mark Morris, Maurizio Cattelan, McCollough Sons of Thunder, mcsweeney's, memoir, motherhood, Nancy Rubins, ohio edit, parenting, Philippe Petit, photography, playground, poetry, religion, RISK!, Savage Park, Savage Park: A Meditation on Play Space and Risk for Americans Who Are Nervous Distracted and Afraid to Die, the book of mormon, The Pharmacist’s Mate, V.S. Naipaul, Yo-Yo Ma