Please join City Books on Friday, April 26, 2019 at 7pm for Notes & Words: A Fiction Songfest featuring Guy Capecelatro III, Chris Leone, and Sherrie Flick. Seating is limited to 30 for this intimate, acoustic event. Don’t miss it.
Guy Capecelatro III is the author of the books Some Women and Cape Breton Poems. His work has appeared in The Quarterly, Quarterly West, Story Quarterly, The Hawaii Review, Aegis, Hi-Fi Magazine, Rollerderby, and Tray-Full of Lab Mice Productions. For four years he was the editor of the ‘zine Two-Ton Santa. He is also prolific singer-songwriter, winning five Spotlight awards for his albums over the years and an Inspiration Award from Portsmouth Public Media Television in 2018. Guy Capecelatro III currently lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire with his cats Coco and Delilah.
Chris Leone has shared his favorite heartfelt and light-hearted acoustic music in clubs, cafes, prisons, and nursing homes across the US, Europe, and Canada. For the last 3 years, he has produced the family-friendly variety show “the smallest show in town,” which he originally created during his time in San Francisco in the early 2000s. At City Books, Chris will be joined by members of the “smallest show in town” house band, the Spurs of the Moment, which include his Dad (Carmen), his brother (Nick), and who knows who else might jump in?
Sherrie Flick is the author of a novel and three short story collections. Her most recent, Thank Your Lucky Stars, is out with Autumn House Press. Her flash fiction has appeared in many anthologies and journals, including Norton’s Flash Fiction Forward, New Sudden Fiction, and New Micro, as well as Ploughshares, Wigleaf, and Booth. She served as series editor with Aimee Bender for The Best Small Fictions 2018 and is a submissions editor at SmokeLong Quarterly. She teaches in Chatham University’s MFA and Food Studies programs.