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You're Invited: Fall Reading, November 27th

November 27, 2017

Finding Home: A Reading from the Bellevue Literary Review

To celebrate the publication of the Bellevue Literary Review’s latest issue, on the theme of "Finding Home: Family & Connections," editor-in-chief Danielle Ofri hosts an evening of readings by contributing authors, editors, and actors from stage and screen.

Monday, November 27, 2017 | 6pm
NYU Langone Health
550 First Avenue, NYC
Schwartz Lecture Hall E

Free and open to the public | No RSVP required
Reception to follow

With Readings By:

Perri Klass is a professor of journalism and pediatrics at NYU and a board member of the Bellevue Literary Review. She wrote a joint memoir with her mother, Sheila Solomon Klass, Every Mother is a Daughter: The Neverending Quest for Success, Inner Peace, and a Really Clean Kitchen. Other recent books include the novel The Mercy Rule, and Treatment Kind and Fair: Letters to A Young Doctor. She writes the weekly column, “The Checkup,” for the New York Times and is the national medical director of Reach Out and Read.

Daniel Pearce has appeared on Broadway twice and has been in eight productions with the Public Theater, including three summers of Shakespeare in the Park. His television and film work ranges from getting down and dirty with Dave Chapelle (2 seasons) to playing Young Orlov in the thriller SALT with Angelina Jolie. He has appeared in every flavor of Law and Order. Pearce is also a virtuoso guitarist specializing in bottleneck slide and delta blues.

Krysta Rodriguez has appeared on Broadway in A Chorus Line, Spring Awakening, The Addams Family, In the Heights, Bye Bye Birdie, and Good Vibrations. TV credits include Smash, Chasing Life, Inside Amy Schumer, The Mysteries of Laura, and Quantico. She has been in numerous independent films.

Jason Schneiderman, poetry editor of the Bellevue Literary Review, is the author of Primary Source, winner of the 2016 Benjamin Saltman Award; Sublimation Point, a Stahlecker Selection from Four Way Books; and Striking Surface, winner of the 2009 Richard Snyder Prize from Ashland Poetry Press. His poetry and essays have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including American Poetry Review, The Best American Poetry, Poetry London, Grand Street, The Penguin Book of the Sonnet, Story Quarterly, and Tin House. He has received fellowships from Yaddo, The Fine Arts Work Center, and The Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference. He was the recipient of the Emily Dickinson Award from the Poetry Society of America in 2004.