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NYC’s Animal Book Reading

The Big Apple will welcome three authors of animal-related books for a reading this evening.

Tonight, Freerange Nonfiction—a storytelling collective and reading series in New York City—will host a reading by three authors of animal-related books. Freerange Nonfiction invited Alison Espach (author of The Adults), Alison Smith (author of Name All The Animals), and Hannah Tinti (author of Animal Crackers) to read their works beginning at 7:00 at Pianos. All proceeds from the $8 door fee will be donated to upstate NY’s Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary, a nonprofit that provides refuge to more than 200 rescued animals. Freerange Nonfiction hosts topical readings with established writers on the first Wednesday of every month.

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