Thursday, February 20, 2014

Sixpoint NYC Beer Week Night February 27!

From the horse's mouth:

We are eminently (or imminently?) psyched for our mostly annual NYCBW Pacific Standard lots-of-taps event. The two Jo(h)ns, who started their Sixpoint fixation when they were roommates with a kegerator, a metrocard pass, and the old B77 bus line, have been proudly stocking our beer since they opened the Pacific Standard. For this night, we have specially-made custom Sixpoint/Pacific Standard mash-up pint glasses. Buy two Sixpoint beers and take the glass home. The beers will include Hi-Res, Gorilla Warfare, the Crisp, Seison, barrel-aged cask-conditioned Imperial Otis (!!!), and Spice of Life Sorachi Ace.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Gigantic Sequins 5.1 Release Reading February 18 at 6 pm.

Gigantic Sequins 5.1 has arrived & we're celebrating by inviting contributors from our newest & previous issue to read words that will remind you why you love to read modern poets and writers.

Come out & celebrate with us on a Tuesday night in Brooklyn! Here's who you'll hear:

Morgan Parker's first collection of poems, Other People's Comfort Keeps Me Up At Night, was selected by Eileen Myles for The 2013 Gatewood Prize and is forthcoming from Switchback Books. Recent poems are forthcoming from Tin House, The Atlas Review, Forklift, Ohio, and Gigantic Sequins. A graduate of NYU's Creative Writing MFA program and a Cave Canem fellow, Morgan lives in Brooklyn, where she is Education Director at the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA). She also lives at

Nichole LeFebvre manages foreign rights at The Friedrich Agency. She won The L Magazine’s Literary Upstart contest in 2013 and was published in their Summer Fiction Issue. She grew up in Western Massachusetts, lives in Brooklyn, and lives online at

Hannah Aizenman hails from Birmingham, AL, and received her BA from the University of Pittsburgh. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Black Warrior Review, Gigantic Sequins, plain china, Three Rivers Review, and Collision Literary Magazine. She is currently pursuing her MFA at New York University. She lives in Brooklyn.

Jennifer C. Werner was born in 1984. She was a suit, a cook, an assistant, a camp counselor, a bookseller, a carpenter. She teaches composition and creative writing at St. Francis College and Fairleigh Dickinson University. She is the online and social media editor for The Literary Review. More?

Friday, February 14, 2014

Recipe comedy February 19 at 8 pm.

What happens when you take four comedians, give them a set of premises and joke formats, and see what delicious jokes they create?


See our four comedians tell their carefully crafted, bacon-wrapped, eastern-inspired jokes, and then participate in an arbitrary competition for a baked good.

This show will feature:

Joe Zimmerman (Late Late Show w/ Craig Ferguson, upcoming Comedy Central Presents)

Noah Gardenswartz (NBC's "Stand Up For Diversity")

Selena Coppock (Author of the New Rules for Blondes)

Langston Kerman (Finalist in the 2013 Boston Comedy Festival)

Hosted by: Sean Wilkinson, Raj Sivaraman, and Jason Marcus

And treats for the audience!!!