A reading and conversation between Sarah Rose Etter and Yelena Moskovich


May 15, 2020

This Episode

Sarah Rose Etter and Yelena Moskovich will both read from their books and then be in conversation together. They will talk about surrealism, art, the writing process, and a whole lot more. There will be a Q&A with the audience following their discussion.



Sarah Rose EtterSarah Rose Etter is the author of The Book of X (Two Dollar Radio, 2019) and Tongue Party (Caketrain Press). Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The CutElectric LiteratureVICEGuernicaPhiladelphia Weekly, and more. She is the recipient of writing residencies at the Disquiet International Program in Portugal, and the Gullkistan Creative Program in Iceland. She earned her MFA from Rosemont College. She lives in San Francisco.
Find out more here: sarahroseetter.com
Twitter: @sarahroseetter

Yelena MoskovichYelena Moskovich was born in Ukraine (former USSR) and emigrated to Wisconsin with her family as Jewish refugees in 1991. She studied theatre at Emerson College, Boston, and in France at the Lecoq School of Physical Theatre and Université Paris 8. Her plays and performances have been produced in the US, Canada, France, and Sweden. She has also written for VogueFrieze MagazineThe Paris ReviewTLSNew StatesmanHappy ReaderMixte Magazine, the Skirt Chronicles, and Dyke_on Magazine. She is the winner of the 2017 Galley Beggar Press Short Story Prize. In 2018, she served as a curator and exhibiting artist at the Los Angeles Queer Biennial. She is the author of the novels The Natashas (Serpent's Tail, 2016), and Virtuoso (Two Dollar Radio, 2020). She lives in Paris.
Find out more here:
Twitter: @yelenamoskovich
Instagram: @yelenamoskovich


2 INDIE SPOTLIGHTS
Each virtual event highlights one or two vital independent anchors who passionately contribute to their community's culture, who we hope you will consider supporting now more than ever.

Malvern Books, Austin, TX
Malvern Books is a bookstore and community space in Austin, Texas. They specialize in visionary literature and poetry from independent publishers, with a focus on lesser-known and emerging voices. They also host numerous readings, book clubs, and other events.
Although their store is currently closed, you can order books online through their BookShop Page.
Malvern Books

Shakespeare and Company, Paris, France
Shakespeare and Company is an English-language bookshop in the heart of Paris, on the banks of the Seine, opposite Notre-Dame. Since opening in 1951, it’s been a meeting place for anglophone writers and readers, becoming a Left Bank literary institution.
Shakespeare and Co. interior


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