George Black, Cindy Carssow & Hannah Thurman

  • KGB Bar 85 East 4th Street New York, NY, 10003 United States

Paragraph's monthly series at KGB showcases our members' work. Join us this month for readings by George Black, Cindy Carssow, and Hannah Thurman.

George Black is a writer and consultant for not-for-profits including the Food and Environment Reporting Network (FERN), & non-fiction books.  Recent feature “Purifying the Goddess” in the New Yorker, next book: Sacred and Profane: Encounters with the Ganges.

Cindy Carssow graduated from the University of Texas in Austin. She completed an MFA mid-career from Sarah Lawrence College and worked as a fiction editor for the Lumina Literary Journal.  She currently works as a speech pathologist in early intervention in Manhattan and spends her evenings writing a memoir about her inventor father. She is also writing a series of children’s books based on early language development.

Hannah Thurman is a writer living in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Her short stories have been published inthe Michigan Quarterly Review, The Brooklyn Rail, The Yalobusha Review, and elsewhere. She is currently working on a novel.