It’s that time again folks… Time for the Armchair/Shotgun Old-Timey Radio Hour! Tune in on Saturday, May 18th for hijinks galore!

On Saturday, May 18th, in conjunction with Lit Crawl NYCArmchair/Shotgun  authors Dolan Morgan, Zachary White, Alanna Bailey, and J.E. Reich, will perform a radio drama… Live! On Stage! With Sound Effects and Everything! at 7:15PM sharp at 61 Local. Last year we brought you the daredevil antics of Flash Gordon, and this year? Well, for now we are going to keep that our little secret. But, it’s going to be spectacular. Look out Monday for the big reveal, and for now, make sure to add this one to your calendar!


61 Local
61 Bergen St.
Brooklyn, NY 11201
7:15PM for 45 minutes


Zachary White‘s ‘The Story About My Coat’ appeared in Issue 2 of Armchair/Shotgun. He lives in Brooklyn.

Dolan Morgan lives and writes in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. His work can be found in The Believer, Field, The Collagist, Armchair/Shotgun, Red Lightbulbs, The Lifted Brow, Spork, apt, TRNSFR, and many others. He is an editor at The Atlas Review and helps out at the international translation magazine, Asymptote Journal. Find more at

Alanna Bailey is a Native Los Angelino transplanted in New York City where she is a Marketing Consultant by day, and a WordSmith by …well, most the rest of the time… She graduated from Eugene Lang in 2008 with a Bachelors in Cultural Studies & Media and Creative Writing. She firmly believes that every single person’s individual story is their strength; and is worth being told–and heard.

J.E. Reich hails from Pittsburgh — a drinking town with a football problem — and received her MA in English Literature from Brooklyn College. Her writing has appeared in Armchair/Shotgun, Everyday Genius, Volume 1 Brooklyn, Plain China: The Best of Undergraduate Writing 2010, and other publications. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2010 and in 2012. A Brooklyn resident, she is a contributor at Thought Catalog and is working on her first novel.


The after party will also take place at 61 Local.

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