the end of print

Monday Night held a special reading at the E.M. Wolfman General Interest Small Bookstore on February 19, 2015 to celebrate issue #13 with contributors Lyndsey Ellis, Caroline Goodwin, and Alexandra Mattraw.

This year’s event was extra special, as we also bid a bittersweet farewell to our long-time print edition. Starting in 2015, Monday Night will be completely online!

Thanks everyone for attending—and thanks to E.M Wolfman Bookstore for hosting!

Lyndsey Ellis
Caroline Goodwin
Alexandra Mattraw

uncle dust by rob pierce

now available from all due respect

Cheers to Monday Night co-founder and contributor Rob Pierce (Issue 10)! His noir novel Uncle Dust is now out from All Due Respect. Joe Loya, of the critically-acclaimed memoir, The Man Who Outgrew His Prison Cell: Confessions of A Bank Robber, said: “Only a few writers entertained me with killer dialogue. I even contacted Elmore Leonard when I was paroled, told him crime writer to crime writer that he understood criminal dialogue real swell. Here’s the thing: Had I read “Uncle Dust” while I was incarcerated I would’ve got out and contacted Rob Pierce before Elmore. The story and dialogue in “Uncle Dust” captured so much of that world and circumstance in all its squalid glory. Made me wish I’d done time with tough guy Dustin. I thoroughly enjoyed our criminal hero’s mind as he observed the world, and himself, through a cynical thief’s lens. And I think you will too.” ‘Nuff said!

everything reused in the sea: The crow and benjamin letters

jessica wickens and della watson release everything reused in the sea: The crow and benjamin letters from mission cleaners press

Monday Night editor extraordinaire, Jessica Wickens, has teamed up with fellow poet Della Watson to create Everything Reused in the Sea: The Crow and Benjamin Letters, a collection of poetry just released from Mission Cleaners Press. Check out the book’s tweets and promos and feel free to talk to the book yourself. Then buy it. Kudos, Jessica and Della!