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Love in all its Forms


    May 19


    07:00 pm EDT – 08:00 pm EDT


    New England Indie Authors Collective


    CultureHouse East Somerville

    20 Broadway

    Somerville, MA

    Four local authors read and perform original works spanning literally all forms of love: gay, straight, undecided, male, female, cringe-inducing, heart-warming, humorous, pathetic, vanilla and not-so-much, millennial and middle-aged, romantic and platonic. Featuring: Randy Ross (, Jason M. Rubin (, Judah Leblang (, and Stephanie Schorow (

    Randy Ross is a Somerville-based writer, performer, and author of the comedy novel God Bless Cambodia.

    Writer and arts critic Jason M. Rubin is the author of a pair of historical novels that comprise the single volume, Ancient Tales Newly Told, as well as Villainy Ever After, a collection of classic fairy tales told from the villains’ point of view.

    Judah Leblang is a writer, teacher, and storyteller in Boston. He is the author of the memoir Echoes of Jerry and his radio commentaries have been broadcast on 200 ABC-radio and NPR network stations around the US.

    Stephanie Schorow is an author, journalist, and college writing instructor; she has written nine nonfiction books on Boston history topics, including the Cocoanut Grove nightclub fire, the Combat Zone and the 1950 Brink’s heist.