Earlier this week we got some literary types togeth to , and now we go east to Bushwick. Tonight at the Newsroom, a trio of Bushwickians will read from their recent work and talk about writing in the neighborhood. To keep you riveted, we’re giving away stubbies of Stumptown cold brew. So, yeah!, come see:

Brando SkyhorseThe LA-born author of the highly praised debut novel The Madonnas of Echo Park (winner of the PEN/Hemingway award and Sue Kaufman Prize) is a fixture at KGB‘s Sunday Night Fiction series in the East Village, but he actually makes his home in Bushwick. Tonight he’ll read from his forthcoming book, Five Fathers. The memoir of growing up with five stepfathers and being a Mexican-American who was raised as a Native American will be published in June of 2014 by Simon & Schuster.

Paul Rome: You’ve seen this guy around. He manages the Wyckoff Starr and his performance literature has packed the house at the Bushwick Starr — so he has a lot of starr power? Anyway, his debut novel, We All Sleep in the Same Room, comes out this month (see the just released book trailer). The psychological bender, about the unraveling of a Union Square labor lawyer, has already been called “a powerful symphony of melancholy and wisdom” by National Book Award finalist Howard Norman.

Patricia E. Gillespie is a professional filmmaker whose writing appears in Bushwick Poetry, a just published anthology of Bushwick poets. She teaches at the New York Film Academy.

7 p.m. at the Bedford + Bowery Newsroom, 155 Grand St., nr. Bedford Ave., Williamsburg