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Coming up in Fall 2012, DEBUT LIT will host two showcases of new talent.

As part of Brooklyn Book Fest’s book end events, DEBUT LIT will host “New on Tap: a Showcase of Debut New York Authors.” The event will take place September 20 at Pacific Standard in Brooklyn.

Readers will include Greg Gerke (There’s Something Wrong with Sven), Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan (A Tiger In the Kitchen), Laren McClung (Between Here and Monkey Mountain), Hugh Sheehy (The Invisibles) and host Rebekah Anderson (Let the River Take It).

Then coming up on October 18, DEBUT LIT will be part of Lit Crawl Seattle, a literary extravaganza organized by DL’s Rebekah Anderson with more than 15 readings and performances throughout Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.

The crawl is part of City Arts Fest and kicks off the festival’s first full night of programming. The showcase includes local debut authors, Suzanne Morrison (Yoga Bitch), Nicole Hardy (Confessions of a Latter-Day Virgin), Lance Weller (Wilderness), Dan Coxon (Ka Mate: Travels in New Zealand), Jeff Bender (The Weight) and host Rebekah Anderson (Let the River Take It).

Check out Rebekah’s Culture Mob review of Matthew Battles’ debut story collection The Sovereignties of Invention

http://culturemob.com/review-debut-story-collection-from-matthew-battles

Check out Rebekah‘s Culture Mob review of Jamal Joseph’s debut memoir, Panther Baby.

http://culturemob.com/jamal-josephs-black-panther-memoir-tells-deeper-story

Suzanne Morrison brings her Yoga Bitch-style hilarity to the Hugo House Literary Series.

http://culturemob.com/hugo-house-literary-series-features-lipsyte-morrison-and-lerner

The debut author of My Korean Deli pays a visit to Seattle.

http://culturemob.com/debut-author-of-my-korean-deli-visits-seattle-march-13

 

Read Rebekah‘s short Examiner article about debut novelist Anne Leigh Parrish’s experience publishing with a small indie press.

http://www.examiner.com/article/seattle-debut-author-anne-leigh-parrish-on-getting-published

At the release party hosted by Hugo House and Debut Lit for Suzanne Morrison’s debut memoir Yoga Bitch, Morrison read a hilarious essay about how the book came to be, from its early start as a novel to the author’s reaction to Eat, Pray, Love.

See video of her reading on our YouTube channel!

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

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