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lit crawl brooklyn literary event hosted by lost lit - may 18, 2013 @ 5pm



Join us for a very special evening where our very own Lost Lit will be hosting a reading for this year's Lit Crawl Brooklyn.

You Are Not Alone

Somewhere between birth & death (let’s call it life), you’re in darkness. You feel alone. Sarah Manning, Justin Goldman, Theresa Navarro & special guest Katherine Preston, author of the memoir Out With It: How Stuttering Helped Me Find My Voice, unite to unveil the hidden truth: You Are NOT Alone.

Date: Saturday, May 18, 2013

5:00-5:45pm Reading

Grumpy Bert
82 Bond St.
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Admission: FREE! (donations welcome) 

Writer Bios:
Sarah Manning was born in Los Angeles (shh) but raised in the woods of NoVa. She was inspired to write her first novel after a short stint at the NYC Dept of Education. Like all people in BoCoCa, she is fond of her bike and wears glasses.

Justin Goldman received an MFA in Creative Writing from Mills College, where he won awards for both fiction and nonfiction. He also studied at the New York State Summer Writers Institute, and his work has been published in “Dark Sky,” “Tea Party,” and “Progress Chrome.” He has a blog,, and a novel, “Stumptown, USA,” which could use a publisher. He was born in New York, raised in San Francisco, and seems to mostly live on airplanes between the two.

Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Theresa Navarro wears many hats as an arts advocate, producer, performer, educator and writer. She has collaborated with arts groups and educational institutions around the country, and was honored as one of 15 Asian Pacific American Women Leaders for her work in promoting the media arts. Now based in Manhattan, Lit Crawl marks her literary debut. Follow her on twitter: @theresaxtine.

Katherine Preston is a writer and public speaker, living in Brooklyn, NY. She was born in London and moved to America in 2008 to research, and later write, Out With It: How Stuttering Helped Me Find My Voice. Her memoir has recently been published by Simon & Schuster and you can learn more at her website

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