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Spoken Word

The Cuenca Writers Collective presents: The Spoken Word, October 20, 2016. Please support our sponsor, the Sunrise Café

Reading tonight:

Kathryn McCullough will read her essay, A Welcome That is God.

Charlie Romney Brown will read her short story, Shock at Cliff Ranch.

Madelaine Barry shares her essay, Mutual Lifesavers.

Fanny Villegas will read her essay, Constructing Dreams.

   - 10 minute break –

Brian Buckner will share his photography and read A Werewolf in Cuenca, Ecuador.

Lenny Charnoff will read his short story, Fabianos, Poker and Chicken.

Duane Connell shares Splat, a short, short story, and his poems, Cold Sleep and Wicked Harvest.

Anne Carr reads The Truth Is that Those Who Were Alive Then Never Knew What Happened.

From the Shadows - spooky stories available for $5.

Food and drink are available in the front dining area of Sunrise Café starting at 5 PM. Readings begin at 6:15 PM.

The Spoken Word is a free event held every month on a Thursday evening. If you would like to read at a future event, please contact

Mark your calendars for our next Spoken Word on November 17.

Thursday, October 20, 6:15 PM, free, Calle Larga Y Benigno Malo, Cuenca.

Finn OGorman