0Vica Miller Literary Salons :: Photos
Simon Van Booy Discovery Series, Nov. 8, 2012 / @ 287 Spring Art Gallery
Simon Van Booy presents alumni of his fiction writing workshops.
 
- Jamie Patterson, reading a short story
- Vica Miller, reading Family Heirloom, a short story 
- Alison Hess, reading from Indelible, a novel 
- Jill Wright, reading a short story
Nitzan Blouin, reading from Drinking Fire at 5 AM, a debut novel
 
Sneak Preview: Parallel Worlds by Malcolm D. MacDougall III
 
We raised $210 for the hurricane relief effort. Thank you!
 
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Additional photos are up on our FB page.
Simon Van Booy Discovery Series, Nov. 8, 2012 / @ 287 Spring Art Gallery
Simon Van Booy presents alumni of his fiction writing workshops.
 
- Jamie Patterson, reading a short story
- Vica Miller, reading Family Heirloom, a short story 
- Alison Hess, reading from Indelible, a novel 
- Jill Wright, reading a short story
Nitzan Blouin, reading from Drinking Fire at 5 AM, a debut novel
 
Sneak Preview: Parallel Worlds by Malcolm D. MacDougall III
 
We raised $210 for the hurricane relief effort. Thank you!
 
Click below for photos.
Additional photos are up on our FB page.
Vica Miller Fall Fiction Salon, Sept. 27, 2012 / Susan Eley Fine Art
The Evening's Program:
 - Simon Van Booy, reading from The Illision of Separateness, a new novel (May 2013)
 - Catherine Lacey, reading from a novel, Nobody is Ever Missing
 - Ted Thompson, reading from his debut novel, The Land of Steady Habits (Fall 2013)
 - Jessica Soffer, reading from her debut novel, Tomorrow There Will Be Apricots (April 2013)
 
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Vica Miller Fall Fiction Salon, Sept. 27, 2012 / Susan Eley Fine Art
The Evening's Program:
 - Simon Van Booy, reading from The Illision of Separateness, a new novel (May 2013)
 - Catherine Lacey, reading from a novel, Nobody is Ever Missing
 - Ted Thompson, reading from his debut novel, The Land of Steady Habits (Fall 2013)
 - Jessica Soffer, reading from her debut novel, Tomorrow There Will Be Apricots (April 2013)
 
Full photo report on our FB page. Follow us on Facebook!
More news: we're global now!
Vica Miller Russian Fiction Salon, June 6, 2012 / Susan Eley Fine Art
We're thrilled to announce our participation in Read Russia 2012!
 
The Evening's Program:
- Andrei Rubanov (noir), reading from Gonzo
- Anna Starobinets (dystopia), reading from The Living
- Sergei Kuznetsov (thriller), reading from The Butterfly Skin
- Master Chen (mystery), reading from The Pet Hawk of the House of Abbas
 
All readings are in English, performed by actors Sofiya Akilova and Alex Gurary-Falberg, with excerpts read by authors in Russian.
Vica Miller Russian Fiction Salon, June 6, 2012 / Susan Eley Fine Art
We're thrilled to announce our participation in Read Russia 2012!
 
The Evening's Program:
- Andrei Rubanov (noir), reading from Gonzo
- Anna Starobinets (dystopia), reading from The Living
- Sergei Kuznetsov (thriller), reading from The Butterfly Skin
- Master Chen (mystery), reading from The Pet Hawk of the House of Abbas
 
All readings are in English, performed by actors Sofiya Akilova and Alex Gurary-Falberg, with excerpts read by authors in Russian.
Photos are on our FB page.
Vica Miller Parenthood & Childhood Salon, May 8, 2012 / Susan Eley Fine Art
Celebrating Salons' third birthday!
 
The Evening's Program:
- Julia Fierro, reading from American Eden, a dark comedic novel-in-progress,  
Vica Miller, reading Breathless, a short story
Amelia Kahaney, reading Wiggle and Shake, a short story about mothers behaving badly
 
Vica Miller Parenthood & Childhood Salon, May 8, 2012 / Susan Eley Fine Art
Celebrating Salons' third birthday!
 
The Evening's Program:
- Julia Fierro, reading from American Eden, a dark comedic novel-in-progress,  
Vica Miller, reading Breathless, a short story
Amelia Kahaney, reading Wiggle and Shake, a short story about mothers behaving badly
 
Vica Miller Spring Salon March 8, 2012 / Susan Eley Fine Art
The Evening's Program:
Austin Ratnerreading from The Jump Artist, winner of the 2011 Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature
Peter Selgin, reading from his memoir, Confessions of a Left-Handed Man
- Janet Goss,
reading from Perfect on Paper. First published reading!
Ellen Schecter, reading from her memoir, Fierce Joy, a medical mystery, a spiritual adventure, and a love story  
 
Ongoing show: David Collins & James Isherwood
 

Vica Miller Spring Salon March 8, 2012 / Susan Eley Fine Art
The Evening's Program:
Austin Ratnerreading from The Jump Artist, winner of the 2011 Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature
Peter Selgin, reading from his memoir, Confessions of a Left-Handed Man
- Janet Goss,
reading from Perfect on Paper. First published reading!
Ellen Schecter, reading from her memoir, Fierce Joy, a medical mystery, a spiritual adventure, and a love story  
 
Ongoing show: David Collins & James Isherwood
 

Vica Miller Winter Salon & Benefit - Jan 31, 2012 @ 7 PM / William Bennett Gallery
 The Evening's Program:
Arthur Phillips, reading from The Tragedy of Arthur, a novel named one of 2011's best books by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, and many others 
Darin Strauss, reading from The National Book Critics Circle Award-winning memoir, Half a Life
Boris Fishman, reading an excerpt from A Replacement Life, a novel about a failed journalist who starts forging Holocaust-restitution claims for old Soviet Jews in New York
Vica Miller, reading from Inga's Zigzags, a novel about a young New Yorker who goes to Moscow to launch a business and instead finds herself falling in love with two women 
 
The evening raised $750 for The Speyer Legacy School. More photos are up on our FB page.
 
 
Vica Miller Winter Salon & Benefit - Jan 31, 2012 @ 7 PM / William Bennett Gallery
 The Evening's Program:
Arthur Phillips, reading from The Tragedy of Arthur, a novel named one of 2011's best books by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, and many others 
Darin Strauss, reading from The National Book Critics Circle Award-winning memoir, Half a Life
Boris Fishman, reading an excerpt from A Replacement Life, a novel about a failed journalist who starts forging Holocaust-restitution claims for old Soviet Jews in New York
Vica Miller, reading from Inga's Zigzags, a novel about a young New Yorker who goes to Moscow to launch a business and instead finds herself falling in love with two women 
 
The evening raised $750 for The Speyer Legacy School. More photos are up on our FB page.