Sunday Salon is back in the house for a special in-person event featuring much-loved, super talented writers with new books! Join us on March 26th from 5-7pm at Von Bar (3 Bleecker St) for a celebration of new releases and returns. Plus, music by DJ DubSix. Join us! (We’d love to see you. If you’re feeling ill though, please stay home and take care. We encourage those attending to wear a mask but that’s up to you.)

Steve Adams

Steve Adams’s creative nonfiction has won a Pushcart Prize, been listed as “Notable” in Best American Essays, and has been published in The Pinch, The Millions, and elsewhere. In fiction, he’s won Glimmer Train’s Short Story Award for New Writers, and his stories have been anthologized and published in Glimmer Train, The Missouri Review, and elsewhere. He’s been a guest artist at UT, a resident artist at Jentel, a scholar at the Norman Mailer Writers’ Colony, and his plays have been produced in NYC. His debut novel, Remember This, was published in October 2022 and one of three finalists for the Texas Institute of Letters Best First Work of Fiction Award. He’s a writing coach and freelance editor in Memphis. 

Chiwan Choi

Chiwan Choi is the author of four books, The Flood, and the Daugher Trilogy—Abductions, The Yellow House, and the upcoming my name is wolf. He wrote, presented, and destroyed the novel Ghostmaker throughout the course of 2015. Chiwan is a partner at Writ Large Projects. He is also the host of the podcast Are You There, Ghost? It’s Me, Chiwan.

Sara Lippmann

Sara Lippmann is the author of the novel Lech (Tortoise Booksand the story collections Doll Palace (re-released by 7.13 Books) and Jerks (Mason Jar Press.) Her fiction has been honored by the New York Foundation for the Arts, and her essays have appeared in The MillionsThe Washington PostCatapult, The Lit Hub and elsewhere. With Seth Rogoff, she is co-editing the anthology Smashing the Tablets: Radical Retellings of the Hebrew Bible for SUNY Press. She teaches with the Writing Co-Lab and lives with her family in Brooklyn. For more, visit

Matthew Salesses

Matthew Salesses is the author of four novels, most recently The Sense of Wonder, and a book on writing and teaching fiction, Craft in the Real World, among others. He was adopted from Korea.

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