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Paris is Burning

From April 24 to 26, at various venues in central Paris, two Equus authors, Louis Armand and Thor Garcia, will be reading from their new and older works of fiction: Louis Armand, from Canicule and Breakfast at Midnight; Thor Garcia, from The News Clown and Only Fools Die of Heartbreak.

WEDNESDAY, April 24:
Venue: CARR’S Irish Pub & Restaurant – 1 rue du Mont-Thabor, 75 001 Paris. Time: Doors at 7 pm; Start 7.30 pm

THURSDAY, April 25: Paris Lit Up Open Mic – featuring Louis Armand, Thor Garcia and Scott Batty. Venue: Culture Rapide, 103 Rue Julien Lacroix, 75020 Paris
Time: Doors at 7.30 pm; Start 8.30 pm

FRIDAY, April 26: Venue: CAFÉ DELAVILLE, 34, bd Bonne Nouvelle, Paris, 75010. Time: Doors at 5 pm; Start 5.30 pm Finish 7 pm

Free of charge — all welcome!

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EQUUS was established in 2011 with the objective of publishing innovative & translocal writing.


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April 2013
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