Founded in 2011, Boundless Tales Reading Series is the longest-running reading series in the borough of Queens, NYC! Readings run the second Thursday of every month from 7-8:30pm. Four readers will be featured for the evening. The goal of this series is to provide a venue for writers who are passionate about their writing, and who would like to share their work in a public forum. We’re interested in daring, funny, poignant, weird, perceptive, unique work.

Boundless Tales Reading Series is curated by:

Aida Zilelian is a NYC writer whose stories have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies such as Wilderness House Literary Review, The Writer’s Block, Ararat Magazine, and Theurgy (UK). In 2011 her first novel THE HOLLOWING MOON was one of the four semi-finalists of the Anderbo Novel Contest. In 2014 she was the recipient of the Tololyan Literary Award for the sequel, THE LEGACY OF LOST THINGS, which was published by Bleeding Heart Publications in 2015. www.aidazilelian.com

Location: NEW location as of Fall 2016! THE LOCAL NYC, cafe/bar & hostel at 13-02 44th Ave in Long Island City, Queens (closest to Court Sq on the 7, Court Sq-23rd St on the E & M). Coffee, beer, wine, cocktails, and BYOF (bring your own food)!

Boundless Tales Reading also has two fabulous co-hosts:

Devin Doyle is an actor and poet from Queens, NY. His first publication is in Newtown Literary and he partakes in several poetry readings. He is currently working on a novel. For more information, please email him at mrdevindoyle@gmail.com.

Audrey Dimola is a proudly born-and-raised Queens writer/poet/curator, and Director of Public Programs at Socrates Sculpture Park. She is the author of two poetry and prose collections, “Decisions We Make While We Dream” (2012) and “TRAVERSALS” (2014). A crusader for Queens culture since her college years, Audrey organized the first ever Queens Literary Town Hall at Queens Council on the Arts, among many other local literary and artistic efforts. Find her online at: http://audreydimola.com.

Press for Boundless:

Why Queens needs Boundless Tales (Newtown Literary Journal) – Sept ’16
A reading series for all in Queens (Queens Chronicle) – Oct ’13
Poetry Festival Preview (Coldfront Mag) – July ’13
Newtown Literary Heroes (Newtown Literary Journal) – March ’13
Queens asserts its literary authenticity (It’s Queens Mag) – Winter ’13
Writers reunite for Queens’ reading series (Queens Ledger) – July ’12