Attend a literary reading in your underwear

1966064_1435953959985329_5969882273842050095_oYou know you’ve always wanted to.

Now, thanks to the Lit Demon, you can attend a whole reading series from the comfort of your bathrobe. The website that’s bringing you online creative writing workshops and editing services and a range of other awesomeness is now scheduling a series of readings, online, streaming live right into your dingy home.

For free.

And the line-up is already awesome. The series begins on May 14 with Bud Smith, author and the guy behind The Unknown Show. The next day, you can see a reading from David S. Atkinson, author of Bones Buried in Dirt and the dude who previewed my novel in The Great 2014 Indie Press Preview, and a few days later, CL Bledsoe, my fellow storySouth Million Writers Award Notable Story writer, will be reading. Then Bartleby Snopes‘s Nathaniel Tower will read, followed by the excellent and ubiquitous J. Bradley. And, in June, you’ll get to see me on your little laptop screen.

That’s right, gang. On June 5, I’m reading from Hagridden, live on the Internet. And you can come join me.

But wait, there’s more! If you’re a writer and you want to participate in the readings, you can apply for a slot. (This is especially a shout-out to the women out there: this list is amazing, but there’s a lot of testosterone in the beginning of this series. I want to hear from all the killer women writers I know!) The application is fairly simple: just visit the online form and fill it out.

In the meantime, check out the reading series and sign up to “attend.” Then pour yourself a whisky, kick off your house shoes, and pull the handle on your recliner. And enjoy the show!

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