A great example of how blogging/ “covering”/reviewing the readings you attend is one way to be a literary citizen.

Dakota R. Garilli

Last night, I had the privilege of hearing Aubrey Hirsch read from her debut story collection “Why We Never Talk About Sugar.”  The book is the second title published by Braddock Avenue Books, a small press here in Pittsburgh.  You should definitely check them out by clicking on their names!

The event was held at East End Book Exchange—a charming, cozy, unique used book store on Liberty Avenue in Bloomfield.  This is not a bookstore for the faint of literary-heart.  From the great art on the walls to the amazing stock of new and classic titles, EEBX will keep your adrenaline pumping as long as you’re within its walls.  (It’s a good thing they balance this out with mood lighting and a calming ambience, or I would’ve gone HAM and bought everything.)

After an introduction by Jeffrey Condran, one of BAB’s publishers, Hirsch made sure to wish everyone…

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  1. Thanks for the reblog, Cathy–it’s an honor!


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