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Thursday October 17th: Rabbit Tales Reading and Salon Series "KEEP IT CURT!"

on Tue, 10/15/2013 - 03:37

This Thursday! October 17! Rabbithole is proud to present:
Rabbit Tales Reading And Salon Series!

October 17, 2013. 8p
33 Washington @ Water in DUMBO, BK
$5 at the door (includes one drink ticket!)

Curated by Kate Hill Cantrill

Theme: "Keep It Curt"

Meg Tuite!
Robert Vaughan!
Travis Iutoro!
Kurt Blake!

Readers: (coming from far away on book tours! Reading Flash Fiction!)

Meg Tuite!

Meg Tuite's writing has appeared in numerous journals including MadHatter's Review, Epiphany, JMWW, One, the Journal, Monkeybicycle and Boston Literary Magazine.

Thu Apr 11: Rabbit Tales presents IN THE HOLLOW

on Fri, 04/12/2013 - 19:32

Fergus J Walsh, from Hy-Brazal
Please join us for 
Rabbit Tales: Reading and Salon Series 
Curated by Kate Hill Cantrill

Featuring presentations by 
FERGUS J WALSH - claymation video
CRAIG WEBSTER - short film
ELIZABETH J HILL - artist talk

Fergus J Walsh  is a puppet designer, builder and performer from Ireland, currently working in New York City. He creates puppets from many materials, matching the material to the requirements of each particular project. He is currently an artist in residence at the Museum of Arts and Design on Columbus Circle.

Thu Feb 14th: Rabbit Tales - There Is This Something Between Us!

on Sat, 01/26/2013 - 18:33

Rabbit Tales celebrates Valentines Day!






Doors at 7:30, show at 8:00
$3 at the door, $3 beer and wine


Rabbit Tales Reading and Performance Series!

on Thu, 06/07/2012 - 19:56

Rabbit Tales Reading and Performance Series-June 14!
Theme: Finding Voice

Rabbithole Studios
33 Washington Street at Water in DUMBO
Doors at 7:30, show at 8:00
$5 at the door
Beer and wine for sale.


Christine Leahy - Fiction and song
Jack Wilson - Poetry and Hip Hop
Ann McMahon Quintero - Mezzo soprano

curated by Kate Hill Cantrill

Rabbit Tales February 9-- What We Hold

on Wed, 02/01/2012 - 20:34

Rabbit Tales: February 9, 2012


Holly Tavelis a Brooklyn-based writer/artist/musician whose fiction has appeared in, or is forthcoming from, Torpedo, Elimae, McSweeney's, The Brooklyn Rail, The Prague Anthology, Diagram and others. As the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship in 2009, she moved to Prague, Czech Republic to research a novel-in-progress. Her visual work has been exhibited at Participant Gallery, NYC, and at Art Interactive in Boston. She played keyboards in two bands in the mid-90s and currently attempts to play the accordion while singing.


Justin Petropoulos

12 JAN 12: Rabbit Tales - Ephemeral

on Mon, 12/19/2011 - 21:01


January 12 Rabbit Tales:
Theme: Ephemeral
Doors @7:30, Show at 8

Rebecca Schultz is a senior at Yale double majoring in Art and English. Next year, she expects to be very impoverished and living in New York.

Jenna Salvagin Jenna Salvagin just graduated from the School of Visual Arts with a BFA in Photography. She takes photos of haunted places and likes to make jewelry out of bones. Jenna can be found at the dog park with her pit bull Daisy and is experienced in event photography but won’t edit your photos to have selective color. Email her at

08 DEC 11: Rabbit Tales: Bumbling Along

on Mon, 12/05/2011 - 21:16

Rabbit Tales December!
Doors at 7:30, show at 8:00.
$3 suggested donation
Theme: Bumbling Along



The son of a single mother nurse, Eric Nelson came of age in the
concrete jungle of New Jersey, eating iron ore and spitting outgrenades
of Mickey’s Malt. Nelson’s fiction and non-fiction hasappeared in Volume
1 Brooklyn, We'll Never Have Paris, ConstellationMagazine and Zine
World; and his book of short stories, The Silk CitySeries, was released
in 2010 by Knickerbocker Press. Nelson is alsoco-curator of the reading
series, Fireside Follies, in Brooklyn, and avolunteer at ABC No Rio, , and af
ounding member of the 1441 WritersCollective. He is currently trying to
sell his first novel and hasread up and down both Coasts.

Kate Hill Cantrill’s writing has appeared most recently in Mississippi
Review, Quick Fiction, Cake Train, Matchbook, Sleepingfish, The
Believer, Wigleaf, and others. She’s been awarded fellowships from
Yaddo, Jentel, VCCA, and the James A. Michener Fund. She curates the
Rabbit Tales reading series for Rabbit Hole Studios in Dumbo. She can be
reached at <>.



Born and raised in New England, Marcie Paper is an artist currently
living and working in Brooklyn.She makes both paintings and
stop-animated films that investigate the track and significance of
short-term memory.Marcie has a background in art therapy and has worked
in the mental health field as both a caregiver and art director for
people with mental illnesses.She received her MFA from the University of
Massachusetts, Amherst in 2006 since then she has attended a number of
residencies, and has shown her work nationally.



Steve Espinola is a mostly-piano-playing singer-songwriter, though he
deviates to 19-string electric tennis racket and melodic shortwave radio
on occasion. He lives in Brooklyn, NY and tends to perform in New York
City. He is a home recording enthusiast, instrument maker, flash
animator, sound editor, neighborhood activist, and cat worshiper. He's
been writing, performing and self-releasing his music since the early
1980's. He is constantly humbled by inspired beginners. As a sideline,
he is recording and archiving current musicians live onto 78 rpm
acetates and plastic picnic plates, so that music lovers in future
post-electric generations may play them on hand-cranked Victrolas

Pics from Thursday's "Comings & Goings"

on Fri, 10/14/2011 - 15:33

Photos by Jenna Salvagin  ( go to this LINK<< )


13 Oct 11: Rabbit Tales "Comings & Goings"

on Sat, 10/01/2011 - 22:52


Gary Percesepe is Associate Editor at BLIP Magazine (formerly Mississippi Review), and a Contributor at The Nervous Breakdown. His short stories, poems, essays, reviews, and interviews  have been widely published or are forthcoming in Story Quarterly, N + 1, Salon, Mississippi Review, Antioch Review, Pirene’s Fountain, The Millions, Atticus Review, Houston Literary Review, Westchester Review, The Nervous Breakdown, Rumpus, Pank, Bluestem, Bull, Word Riot, Moon Milk Review, Fogged Clarity, Necessary Fiction, Frigg, Twelve Stories, Negative Suck, and other places.

8 Sept 11: Rabbit Tales "Domestic"

on Tue, 08/30/2011 - 17:55

Rabbit Tales Reading and Performance Series

9 Sept 11, 7:00 - 9:00 pm

$3 suggested donation to RABBITHOLE and the series.



Fiction by Matthew Barbehenn
Poetry/spoken word by Terence Degnan
Memoir/Film (of the hole he lived in, among other things!) by Shawn Lyons


Paul Tabachneck