Sunday, March 08, 2009

March Newsletter

Dear readers,

I've got a few quick announcements:

*I've got a reading this Tuesday, March 10, at 7:30-8:30pm in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Hope you can make it. It's with my good friend, playwright Maggie Cino, at Perch Cafe (The Perch Cafe, 356 5th Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 718-788-2830, I've never been to Perch, so don't blame me if it smells. I'll be reading a chapter from my third novel, AUDREY'S DOOR, due out October, 2009. You can pre-order it from Amazon, B&N, and Powell's. Try to contain yourselves!

*I'd also like to plug the event I'd otherwise be attending, if not for the reading: Pen Parentis ( Also on March 10, they're having a reading from 6-8pm, at the swank upstairs library of Todd English’s Libertine Restaurant (15 Gold Street in Manhattan; If you know writers with kids, the above is a wonderful organization. Please spread the word about the awesomeness that is Pen Parentis.

*Talented musician (and my uncle) John Langan's song "Sometimes" is up for the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI)/Country Music Television (CMT) Listener's Choice Award. Listen to all the songs here: And vote for the best one (John Langan's, of course!).

*Finally, JT Petty's excellent short film "Blood Red Earth," the prequel to "The Burrowers," is now live on Watch it! Watch it now!

And, as always, don't let the turkeys get me down. You can reviews my books on amazon, B&N, Powell's, or

Thanks, and have a wonderful March!

Sarah Langan