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Basement Stories 

Wednesday, Feb 26 2014

Curated quarterly by a quartet of USF MFA alumni, Babylon Salon seems intent on constantly upping the ante. Held in the swank Cantina's basement, which has its own bar serving fresh fruit and root cocktails, the series features a handful of emerging and established writers in an intimate setting. The curation is always done with care and each season seems to boast a stronger lineup. Headliners for this installment are The New Yorker 20 under 40 fiction phenom Daniel Alarcon (At Night We Walk in Circles) and New York Times bestseller Katie Crouch (Abroad), who are joined by Robin Sloan (Mr. Penumbra's 24 Hour Bookstore), American Poetry Review Honickman First Book Prize-winner Melissa Stein (Rough Honey), and short story writer Molly Antopol, who was recently honored as one of the National Book Award's 5 writers under 35 for her debut The UnAmericans.

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