Literature for Life Featured in ‘Hometown Pasadena’

Photo courtesy of Hometown Pasadena

Photo courtesy of Hometown Pasadena

On May 18th, Literature for Life founder and director Jervey Tervalon and managing editor Rosalind Helfand invite the public to find out more about their organization and to welcome the launch of Literature for Life’s Issue 2 literary journal, as well as their “totally transformed” website.

Pulitzer Prize-winner Jonathan Gold has contributed his story “N.W.A.: A Hard Act to Follow” to Issue 2, Celeste Gonzalez her “Street Trash” poems, and Tyra Lynn her story “You Remember Everything that Happened.”

Dramatic readings will be given by Andrew Nicholls, Miranda Morgan, Cheryl Klein, Lainnie Capouya, Andrew Ramirez, and Tervalon himself. Artwork by Jessica Chrysler, Scott Gandell, Allison Strauss, and Leora Wien—all featured in Issue 2—will be available for viewing and purchase. And, of course, there will be plenty of food and drink.

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Literature for Life
Sunday, May 18th, 3-7 p.m.
55 W. Manor St., Altadena 91001
Free event; rsvp to [email protected]
For more info, visit event Facebook page (possible to rsvp here, too)
LiteratureforLife.net

The Light Bringer Project (Pasadena Chalk Festival and Doo Dah Parade) is Lit for Life’s nonprofit fiscal receiver. Light Bringer is behind such art and educational youth programs as Room 13, L.A. Futures Academy, and Expressing Feelings Through Art.

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