Lines Of Longitude

Lines Of Longitude

Thu, October 11, 2018

Doors: 5:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm (event ends at 7:45 pm)


This event is 21 and over

Lines Of Longitude
Lines Of Longitude
As the nights grow longer, the chilled October winds carry with them a heaviness -- a certain ache. Join us for a night of stories and poetry hosted by the infamous Robert P. Kaye that channel this autumnal longing.

Your Authors:

Robert P. Kaye's stories have appeared in Potomac Review, Hobart, Juked, the Dr. T. J. Eckleburg Review, Beecher's and elsewhere, with details at He facilitates the Works in Progress open mic at Hugo House in Seattle and co-founded the Seattle Fiction Federation reading series.

STEVE SIBRA grew up on a farm in eastern Montana, near a town of less than 1000 people. He has always been a storyteller, though early on some people referred to it as "lying". Steve received a BA from the University of Montana and for 35 years made his living buying and selling vintage comic books. His poetry and short fiction have been published in numerous literary journals including Matador Review, Sleep Aquarium, Blue Mountain Review and, most recently, Spitfire and The Disappointed Housewife. He lives in Shoreline, WA.

CHRISTIAN DOWNES has traveled the high and low places of the world, learning, writing, and teaching. His work serves to demonstrate interconnectedness and a resonance beyond the poem: as John Haines says, “at once contemporary and ancient,” and what Gary Snyder calls, “…model/and tool, craft of culture,/How we go on.”

Vinnie Sarrocco is a poet from rural North Carolina. He is the author of the chapbook "Under the Oak Tree." His work has been featured in Chatwin Books' broadside series and is set to appear in the inaugural issue of Beholder Literary and Arts magazine.

Erika Brumett’s words appear in numerous publications, including North American Review, Prairie Schooner, RHINO, and Five Points. Her novel, Scrap Metal Sky, was published in 2016 by Shape&Nature Press. bonehouse, a chapbook, is forthcoming from Green Linden Press.
Venue Information:
210 Broadway Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98122