Arthur Magazine and Drag City Present
Trinie Dalton and Steve Krakow at Quimby’s!
Join us at Quimby’s as Arthur Magazine presents an evening of reading and discussion with Trinie Dalton and Steve Krakow.
For this event Trinie Dalton will read from her new novel, which isn’t finished yet, about a witch and several of her monster friends. She’s in Illinois as a visiting writer at University Illinois Urbana Champaign, to celebrate the release of the new issue of their lit mag, Ninth Letter. Steve Krakow will be on hand to talk with Trinie Dalton about zines and other subcultural things.
Steve Krakow lives in Chicago and is the editor of Galactic Zoo Dossier and front man for Plastic Crimewave Sound. He is an organizer for the annual Million Tongues Festival at the Empty Bottle.
Trinie Dalton lives in Los Angeles. Her short story collection, WIDE EYED (Akashic) received a starred review in Publishers Weekly and was a finalist for the Believer Book Award. She also co-edited DEAR NEW GIRL OR WHATEVER YOUR NAME IS (McSweeney’s), an art/illustration book based on her archive of confiscated notes acquired while she taught high school. She writes about music for Arthur and the LA Weekly, writes film reviews for Amazon, and also writes catalogue essays for artists. Her work has appeared in magazines such as Bomb, Nerve, Purple, The Believer, and Ping Pong (Henry Miller Library’s Journal). She has an MFA from Bennington Writing Seminars and teaches Fiction at USC.