Vica Miller Relationships Salon, November 13, 2014 / Carini Lang
The Evening's Program:
- Adelle Waldman, reading from the NYT bestselling debut novel The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P. (Henry Holt & Co, 7/2013)
- Elissa Schappell, reading from Blueprints for Building Better Girls (Simon & Schuster, 7/2013)
- Matthew Spector, reading from new novel American Dream Machine (Tin House Books, 4/2014)
- Siobhan Adcock, reading from new novel The Barter (Dutton Adult, 9/2014)
This event is full. Guest list only. Photos are up on our FB page.
See you in January for poetry.
Vica Miller Fall Fiction Salon, September 18, 2014 / Susan Eley Fine Art
The Evening's Program: 
- M.M. De Voe, reading The Ringmaster, a short story;
- Catherine Lacey, reading from Nobody is Ever Missing, debut novel (FSG, 7/2014)
- Cari Luna, reading from The Revolution of Every Day, debut novel (Tin House, 9/2013)
- Matthew Love, reading Old Man Williamsburg, a short story
On view: Mapping a Place:
Paintings by Lisa Pressman and Joseph Piccillo
Photos are up on our FB page.
Russia! Salon, May 20, 2014 / Mimi Ferzt Gallery
The Evening's Program:
- Boris Fishman, reading from debut novel, A Replacement Life (HarperCollins, 6/2014)
- Alina Simone, reading from debut novel, A Note to Self (Faber & Faber, 6/2013)
- Lara Vapnyar, reading from new novel, The Scent of Pine (Simon & Schuster, 1/2014)
- Vica Miller, reading from debut novel, Inga's Zigzags (Ladno Books, 5/2014)
On View: Nikolai Makarov, Architexture
More photos on our FB page. Catch Vica Miller reading from her debut novel Inga's Zigzags at the Coney Island Museum on Friday, June 27 at 8 PM.
Vica Miller Short Fiction Salon, March 20, 2014 / Susan Eley Fine Art
The Evening's Program:
- Debotri Dhar, reading "Highland Park"
- Jessi Stevens, reading "Nonfiction Composition"
- Kashana Cauley, reading "Detroit: The Electric City"
- Vica Miller, reading "Charlie's Angel" (Thrice Fiction, Dec. 2013)
On View: Spellbound: New Paintings by Deirdre O'Connell
Photos from the Salon are here
Vica Miller Winter Poetry Salon January 16, 2014 / Susan Eley Fine Art
The Evening's Program:
- Lucas Huntreading from a new collection, The Muse Demanded Lyrics
- Gennady Pritsker,  reading new poetry, and his translation of Joseph Brodsky's Letters to a Friend in Rome 
- Dawn Lundy Martin, reading new poetry
On View: The Tall Tale: Folk, Fantasy & Fear in the Art of the Fairytale, a group show of ten female artists
Please click Photos below. More on our Facebook page.