Sybil’s Garage at Think Coffee November 7, 2008 – Posted in: Sybil's Garage

From Think Coffee reading – November 5, 200

I had walked past the venue dozens of times and somehow had never walked inside.  Think Coffee is the type of place Starbucks wishes it could be: young, hip, and best of all, with alcohol for sale.  After host Sarah Riley gave a brief introduction of “genre/interstitial” fiction for those not quite familiar with it, I jumped up to the mike and gave a brief history of the magazine.  Then we heard a new story from Veronica Schanoes about a world devoid of color.  Next up was a personal memoir by Mercurio D. Rivera from his childhood playing paddleball.  Finally, we heard from Rick Bowes a story about employees in a library and some not-quite-natural events happening there.   Also in attendance was Barbara Krasnoff, also a Sybil’s contributor, and she blogged about the event and took some pictures too.

Here are pictures I took.  And here are much better picures taken by Ellen Wright.