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December 31 - December 31, 1969
Branch Line Patio
Mosesian Arts Live presents Fearfull


**This event has been cancelled due to inclement weather.**


Ticket holders will be refunded to their original method of payment. With sustained winds of 20+ mph and gusts of over 40 mph, as well as downpours forecasted, we have decided to cancel this event. Please stay tuned for future earFULL events!




Writers reading. Songwriters singing. Join us on the Branch Line patio for a special fall installment of Earfull!


In the spirit(s) of Halloween, Earfull presents FEARFULL, as in: Boo! (not booooo....) where all things scary (but not too scary) and costumes are encouraged (for those inclined)! Please join us OUTSIDE on the Branch Line patio (heaters!) for this special edition featuring everything you love about Earfull: music, stories, food, drink, and your lovely hosts: Tim Huggins & Jen Trynin.


Joanna Rakoff is the author of the bestselling novel A Fortunate Age, winner of the Goldberg Prize for Fiction, and the international bestselling memoir, My Salinger Year, which was released as a feature film starring Sigourney Weaver and Margaret Qualley earlier this year and is currently streaming on all platforms. Rakoff’s books have been translated into twenty languages and nominated for major prizes in The Netherlands and France. She has written frequently for The New York Times, Vogue, Marie Claire, O: The Oprah Magazine, and many other publications.

Joanna Rakoff

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Mona Awad is the author of the novel, Bunny, named a Best Book of 2019 by TIME, Vogue, and the New York Public Library. It won the Ladies of Horror Fiction Best Novel Award and was a finalist for the New England Book Award and a Goodreads Choice Award for Best Horror. It is currently in development for film with Jenni Konner and New Regency Productions. Awad's first novel, 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl, was a finalist for the Scotiabank Giller Prize, winner of the Colorado Book Award and the Amazon Canada First Novel Award. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Vogue, TIME, McSweeney's, Ploughshares, and elsewhere. She teaches fiction at Syracuse University. Her latest novel, All's Well, came out this August with Simon & Schuster.

Mona Awad

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In new group Daughter of the Vine, Margaret Garrett, formerly of Mr. Airplane Man, and Kurt Davis, formerly of The Konks, join bassist Chris Lohring in creating atmospheric music with a moody, psych/ blues feel: "A roasted marshmallow in the purple-blue bonfire of your mind, a holy hob-nailed shoe on the worn out gravel road of music history."

Daughters of the Vine

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Martin, Morell and Fredette are a trio composed of Boston music veterans Eric Martin, Steve Morell and David Fredette. Their resumes include membership in The Neats, The Delfuegos, The Titanics, The Oysters, The Upper Crust and The Illyrians. MMF play a mixture of original and classic covers of Rock, Pop, Rhythm and Blues.

Martin Morell and Fredette



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