Friday, May 15, 2009

Friday's Multifarious Array

This Friday, May 15, 7pm

  • The Multifarious Array Gets All Marked Up!!!

  • Karen Leona Anderson is the author of Punish honey, coming
    out this January from Carolina Wren Press. She has an MFA from the
    University of Iowa and a PhD from Cornell University, where she wrote
    a dissertation on poetry and science. She currently lives in Maryland,
    where she is an assistant professor at St. Mary's College of

    Yona Harvey is a swish escaping the net. She rises in the light of
    blue curtains & sleeps with one ear open. She is a Cave Canem Fellow,
    maybe she is the water from which she pulls her baby son. Her work has
    appeared in Poem Memoir Story, Gulf Coast, Callaloo, Ploughshares, and
    Gathering Round: A Reader Celebrating Cave Canem's First Decade. ĂŠShe
    should keep better track of her volunteeringÑcarpooling, book sharing,
    telling the stories of Martin Luther King, Jr. She currently teaches
    in the Creative Writing Program at Carnegie Mellon University in
    Pittsburgh, where she lives with her husband and two children. Next
    year, she'll probably go swimming in Tokyo.

    Matvei Yankelevich, is the author of a long poem, *The Present Work*
    (Palm Press, 2006) and the forthcoming book *Boris by the Sea*
    (Octopus, 2009). His writings and translations have appeared in Boston
    Review, Damn the Caesars, Fence, Open City, Circumference, Harpers and
    The New Yorker. His translation of *Today I Wrote Nothing: The
    Selected Writings of Daniil Kharms* (Overlook, 2007) has received
    praise from the Times Literary Supplement, The New York Times, and
    elsewhere. He is a co-translator of *OBERIU: An Anthology of Russian
    Absurdism* (Northwestern University, 2006) and his translation of
    Vladimir Mayakovsky's poem "Cloud in Pants" is included in *Night
    Wraps the Sky: Writings by and about Mayakovsky* (Farrar, Strauss &
    Giroux, 2008). He teaches Russian Lit. at Hunter College and edits the
    Eastern European Poets Series at Ugly Duckling Presse.

    Jenn Morea is a poet, writer, and educator. She has worked as a
    teaching artist in the Chicago Public Schools since 1996 and has
    edited more than twenty-five anthologies of writing by Chicago youth,
    including dream in yourself (Tia Chucha Press, 1997). Morea teaches
    with Project AIM at the Center for Arts Partnerships/Columbia College
    Chicago and with Young Chicago Authors. Her poems may be found in the
    online journals High Chair, Slope, and Wicked Alice.

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