Arts at St. Paul & Incarnation: Readings by Local Writers




September 10, 7pm-9pm


Readings from Emily Croy Barker's new novel "How To Talk To A Goddess" and Mary Fan's "A Girl Called Firedragon".


Jersey City's own Emily Croy Barker is a writer and editor. By day, she covers lawyers as an in-house editor at a large legal organization. At night and on weekends, she gets to write about magicians. Clever, lush, and riveting, Emily Croy Barker's new novel opens a portal into a brilliantly realized world of enchantment, love, and danger.


Mary Fan is a sci-fi/fantasy writer who also hails from Jersey City, NJ. She is the author of the Jane Colt sci-fi series, (Red Adept Publishing), the Starswept YA sci-fi series, (Snowy Wings Publishing), the Flynn Nightsider YA dark fantasy series (Crazy 8 Press), and Stronger Than a Bronze Dragon, a YA steampunk fantasy (Page Street Publishing). She is also the editor of Bad Ass Moms, an anthology from Crazy 8 Press. Join us in the garden on Friday, September 10 at 7pm for readings from Barker's new novel, "How To Talk To A Goddess And Other Lessons In Real Magic" and Mary Fan's "A Girl Called Firedragon".


Masks are required and all guests will be asked to sign in.


38 Duncan Avenue

Jersey City, NJ


Website: ASPI-JC.org

Email: arts@stpaulsjc.org

Phone: 201-433-4922


COVID-19 Protocols

  • Masks are required and all guests will be asked to sign in.

  • Outside Venue


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