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Here's the Bar Flies Lineup for June 23 at Valley Bar

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There's a special birthday coming up! Don't miss the twelfth installment of the monthly live reading series, brought to you by Phoenix New Times and Valley Bar. 

The next Bar Flies' theme is Accidents, and it will take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 23, at Valley Bar. Katie Johnson's curating, and she's reading, along with Rebekah Cancino, Daniel Mills, Sativa Peterson, and Miriam Wasser. Kevin Vaughn-Brubaker will provide the playlist.

There will be cake. 

Tickets are $5 at the door, but we suggest you buy them ahead of time. 

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