On March 19th, join Vol.1 Brooklyn at BookCourt to celebrate the release of D. Foy’s debut novel Made to Break. Here’s how publisher Two Dollar Radio describes Made to Break:
Made to Break is the story of a pack of friends celebrating the holidays at a remote cabin near Lake Tahoe, California. After being stranded by severe weather and a near-fatal accident, the friends are forced to confront the squalor, greed, and sadness from which they’ve spent most of their lives attempting to escape. Made to Break is a melancholic, savage look at relationships and the lies we tell ourselves, suffused with spirited language and humor.
This event will feature readings from:
- D. Foy
- Sarah Gerard
- Sean H. Doyle
Following the readings, Foy will be interviewed by Vol.1 Brooklyn’s Tobias Carroll.
BookCourt is at 163 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY. The event will begin at 7:00 pm. Facebook RSVP here.
D. Foy has had work published in Salon, Bomb, Frequencies, Post Road, The Literary Review, and The Georgia Review, among others, and included in the books Laundromat and Forty Stories: New Writing from Harper Perennial. He lives in Brooklyn.
Sarah Gerard’s novel Binary Star is forthcoming from Two Dollar Radio in January 2015. Her essay chapbook Things I Told My Mother was published by Von Zos this past fall. Other fiction, criticism, and personal essays have appeared in the New York Times, New York Magazine, the Paris Review Daily, BOMB, Bookforum, Slice Magazine, and the Los Angeles Review of Books, as well as other journals. Her journalism has appeared in the Tampa Bay Times. She holds an MFA from The New School and lives in Brooklyn.
Sean H. Doyle lives in Brooklyn, NY. He works hard every day to be a better person and is learning how to love himself more.