Graham Todd read from his Pennsylvanian story "Real Big Mountain."
Grant Faulkner related hundred-word stories about touch, toads, and breakups.
Maw Shein Win brought poems about cages, therapy, and blindfolds.
Kitty Costello investigated the fantasy versus reality of being a poet, reading Cold Mountain, menstruation, and the pelvis.
Natalie Devora told a harrowing story of incest and speaking truth.
hubrility n. (hyo?o-bril'i-te) The optimal blend of hubris and humility needed for writing. (Origin: early 21st century bar conversation.)