Articles by: William Johnson

WeHo Reads: Noir

The City of West Hollywood celebrates National Literacy Month in September 2014 by launching a new, free literary-based community event WeHo Reads: Noir and a month of free Saturday programming for adults and children at West Hollywood Library and Park. To those of you in the L.A. area, join us at this month’ s WeHo Reads… read more

The Banal and the Profane: Nik Nicholson

“Today, I acknowledge that no one else is responsible for my happiness, including God. So now, I’m wondering why God exists, or why I exist for that matter.”

This month’s “Banal and Profane” column comes to us from writer Nik Nicholson…. read more

Brooklyn's Indie Lit Revolution is on its Way to DC

WITCHES X Zami Present: A Reading Is Sexy Experience Featuring Papercut Press Brooklyn’s indie lit revolution is on its way to DC. Independent publishing house Papercut Press brings you m. craig, Rami Shamir, Jillian McManemin, Chessy Normile and Carly Howard for a night of music, poetry and readings, followed by a talk and q+a on… read more