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One Page Salon

December 5, 2023 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM CST

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The One Page Salon (called “the best literary evening in town” by the Austin American-Statesman) is a monthly reading series presented by the Writers’ League of Texas. 

Five outstanding writers will read one page from a work in progress – which means the audience will be among the first to hear original new material from our talented line-up.

The One Page Salon takes place on the lovely outdoor patio (weather permitting) at Radio Coffee & Beer in South Austin where attendees can enjoy coffee and beer and other libations. There are some tasty food trucks if you want to pick up a bite to eat and Reverie Books will be on hand selling an assortment of great reads, including our readers’ latest books.

Featured Presenter(s)

Elisabetta La Cava is a double immigrant from Italy and Venezuela who became a Texan some years ago. She is a first-generation college graduate and MFA Candidate at Bennington Writing Seminars. Her work has been seen in Another Chicago Magazine, Stone Canoe, The Pointed Circle, Hispanic Culture Review, Texas Poetry Calendar, and others. She lives in Austin.
May Cobb is an award-winning author of The Hunting Wives, My Summer Darlings, A Likeable Woman, and Big Woods. Her books have received attention from Book of The Month, The Today Show, and Oprah Daily and have been optioned for film/TV. She has an M.A. from San Francisco State University and her essays and interviews have appeared in The Washington Post and Good Housekeeping. She currently lives in Austin with her family.
SG Huerta is a queer Xicanx writer from Dallas. They are the Poetry Editor of Abode Press, a new intersectional Texan press. SG is the author of two poetry chapbooks, The Things We Bring with Us and Last Stop. Their poetry and essays have appeared in Houston City Hall, Bodega MagazineThe Offing, Split Lip MagazineInfrarrealista Review, and elsewhere. They also write about trans and/or literary things in their newsletter, trans poetica. SG lives in San Marcos with their partner and two cats.
The Austin Chronicle once said Jason Neulander has “a seemingly inexhaustible ability to surprise. And thrill. And horrify. And amuse. And intrigue.” But Jason is more than the sum of his radically unmanageable facial hairs. He is the author of numerous plays and screenplays, a narrative podcast, and two novels. He’s also directed many plays and a few movies over the years including the live show The Intergalactic Nemesis, which toured the world for most of the 2010s and starred Conan O’Brien for three minutes; and a surreal art film entitled Fugitive Dreams (currently 100% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes), which gets released to the public in January. He’s won enough awards to keep his fragile ego whole, but the one that means the most to him was a championship at Literary Death Match.
Kelis Rowe is a stay-at-home mom and former homeschooler who writes sweeping, classic teen romance novels from the points of view of grounded, self-possessed Black girls and the Black teen boys who just gotta love ‘em. Her debut novel, Finding Jupiter, is a contemporary literary romance about a James Taylor and Beyoncé fan and a champion swimmer bonding through shared grief and falling in love one fateful summer. It incorporates journal pages of art and found poetry from the pages of classic novels including The Great Gatsby and Their Eyes Were Watching God. Kelis writes novels that her 90’s teen self would have loved, out of her suburban home near Austin, TX.


December 5, 2023
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM CST
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Radio Coffee & Beer
4204 Menchaca Rd
Austin, TX 78704 United States
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