MASS Gallery
507 Calles Street Suite 108
Austin, TX 78702

MASS is pleased to host a reading by Timothy Willis Sanders, Ana Carrete, Gene Morgan & Mike Bushnell.

Timothy Willis Sanders is the author of Orange Juice and Other Stories. His work has appeared in Muumuu House, Hobart and VICE. His new novel Matt Meets Vik is available now. Available online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.  He lives in Austin, Texas.

Praise for Matt Meets Vik:

“I have no idea how Timothy Willis Sanders is able to accumulate so many small reflections into such a mesmerizing mass. Matt Meets Vik makes maybe the most stripped-down paragraphs I’ve ever seen somehow hold a hundred thousand colors, emotions, tones, like if there were a website that made you forget all other websites ever existed, or that you’re even still online. Hilarious, moving, insane, real.”
—Blake Butler, author of 300,000,000

Read the Matt Meets Vik review on VICE.

Ana Carrete’s first full length collection of poetry Baby Babe is available from Civil Coping Mechanisms. She tweets @ana_carrete.

Praise for Baby Babe:

“The first time I heard Ana’s writing was 2 years ago. In November of 2010, I read at the Ear Eater reading series in Chicago. Ana was another reader. She was reading via Skype. There were a lot of people at the reading. After I read, I walked out of the room and stood in a hallway, staring at the floor. After a few difficult conversations with people in the hallway, I heard the host of the reading talking to someone on the computer. It was Ana. Ana started reading. I laughed a lot and enjoyed her reading. Seemed like other people weren’t enjoying it as much as me but I was enjoying it a lot. I stood in the hallway laughing and shaking my head ‘Yes’ and people looked at me. I kept thinking, ‘I want to go into the room and watch her face reading’ but then I would think, ‘No, don’t do that, just listen.’ Not sure why I kept telling myself not to go into the room where she was reading but I stood in the hallway and listened and enjoyed it a lot. Two years later, Ana emailed me Baby Babe. I opened the PDF just to skim a few poems but then I read the whole book. When I was done reading the book, I thought, ‘I’ll be glad to have this book so I can look at it whenever I want.'”
—Sam Pink, author of Rontel

Mike Bushnell is the author of Traumahawk. He has been published widely on the internet and elsewhere. He tweets at @iamparty

Gene Morgan lives in Houston with his wife and kids. He is the managing editor of HTMLGiant.

MASS is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Economic Development Department/Cultural Arts Division believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in Austin’s future.