Friday, June 6, 2008


Dear Ladies & Gents,

We would be most pleased by your presence at the reading and launch party for Fou ( Come hear a few fantastic poems and toss a few fantastic pints back your fantastic throats and celebrate. Fantastically!

Saturday, June 7th

Barbes :
Park Slope, Brooklyn

Directions: Take the R or the F to 4th Avenue and walk to 9th Street and 6th Ave
Matthew Rohrer is the author of five books of poems, most recently RISE UP, published by Wave Books. He lives in Brooklyn and teaches at NYU.
Dan Hoy lives in Brooklyn and is an editor for SOFT TARGETS. His poetry chapbook, Outtakes, was published by Lame House Press in 2007.

Brenda Iijima is the author of Animate, Inanimate Aims (Litmus Press) and Around Sea (O Books). If Not Metamorphic was runner up for the Sawtooth Prize and will be published by Ahsahta Press. Also forthcoming is Remembering Animals, which will be published by Displace Press. She is the editor of Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs ( Together with Evelyn Reilly she is editing a collection of essays by poets concerning poetry and ecological ethics titled )((eco (lang)(uage(reader). She is the art editor for Boog City, as well as a visual artist. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, where she designs and constructs homeopathic gardens.

Before being the inspiration for Daniel Day Lewis's character in There Will Be Blood, Adam O. Davis lived in Utah, California, France, Scotland, and other United States. The holder of an Oregon state pole vault record is a different Adam Davis. Poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Guernica, Western Humanities Review, and The Paris Review, among others.


Brought to you by Fou:

Hayley Heaton, Cate Peebles, David Sewell
and Brad Soucy

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