“Their principal mistake was thinking they were in exile when they'd always been home.” – Tamas Dobozy

Kathryn Ma read from her prize-winning collection All That Work and Still no Boys. Irete Lazo told how she accidentally became a santera. L. E. Leone read from Big Bend about dropping out of society with the help of a park ranger, and played a Kurt Weill classic on the ukelele. Roger Pinnell brought us a darkly mesmerizing tale, "Organ Grinders of 1987." Olga Zilberbourg read her story “My Mother at the Shooting Range.”