The Triangle: Books on Tap offers a novel night out

You haven’t seen her in action yet, but we’re excited to have enlisted Lancaster-based writer Erin Dorney into the Fly Magazine fold as a new correspondent. (Look for her in our upcoming January issue!)

Erin is the co-founder and editor of The Triangle, a Lancaster-based literary community that frequently hosts literary events – poetry readings, book discussions, spelling bees, etc. – throughout the Central PA region. She will be contributing to Fly covering the local music and dining scenes, as well as adding to our ever-expanding arts and culture coverage.

Recently, Erin posted a piece examining the Lancaster Public Library’s new Books on Tap series. True to its name, the monthly meet-up brings literary conversation into the barroom. Writes Erin:

The free series started in November, with a discussion of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere at The Federal Taphouse on the corner of Queen St. and Chestnut St. “At our first meetup we talked about the book… and covered some typical book discussion questions,” said Adult Services Librarian Hannah Miller, “…but we also talked about books in general, Lancaster, and cool PA breweries.”

Head on over to The Triangle to read the post in full. Books on Tap returns to the Federal Taphouse tomorrow night at 8 p.m. with a discussion on When You are Engulfed in Flames by David Sedaris.


(photo via borkurdotnet on Flickr)


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