Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Chapbooks & Readings & Journals

Thanks for all the inquiries regarding State(s) of Flux. As soon as the page/buy link is up I'll post it on my blog.

But for now, how about you read Brooklyn Copeland's new chapbook? It's really good! You can read it here.

Know what else you can read? The new ish of Fou.

How about some Friday reading?

Zornoza (whose book I reviewed a while back on this blog) and Nicolle Elizabeth. Oh yes.

Dear darlings,

The new season of EARSHOT is well underway and we've got another fantastic evening in store for you on Friday, September 25th at ROSE LIVE MUSIC at 7:30 PM!

This time around, our excellent featured readers are SARAH SARAI (author of the new collection The Future Is Happy) and ANDREW ZORNOZA (author of Where I Stay)! They'll be joined by three most astounding MFA readers: Paul Hlava (New York University), Nicolle Elizabeth (Sarah Lawrence College) and Justin Boening (Columbia University).

And, as always, the price is a paltry five dollars, which includes a free drink! Join us!

Your pal,


Friday, September 25th @ 7:30 PM
@ Rose Live Music
Hosted by Nicole Steinberg
$5 + one free drink


Sarah Sarai (The Future Is Happy)
Andrew Zornoza (Where I Stay)
Paul Hlava (New York University)
Nicolle Elizabeth (Sarah Lawrence College)
Justin Boening (Columbia University)

Rose Live Music is located at 345 Grand Street in Brooklyn, between Havemeyer and Marcy. Visit their website for directions: http://roselivemusic.com.

This Friday, at the Mountain of Power, it's Battle Royale

Jennifer Karmin, Michael Leong & Estela Lamat

Jennifer Karmin's text-sound epic Aaaaaaaaaaalice will be published by
Flim Forum Press in 2009. She curates the Red Rover Series and is a
founding member of the public art group Anti Gravity Surprise. Her
multidisciplinary projects have been presented at festivals,
artist-run spaces, and on city streets across the U.S. and Japan. At
home in Chicago, she teaches creative writing to immigrants at Truman
College and works as a Poet in Residence for the public schools.

Michael Leong’s poetry career began in the sixth grade when he won his
first and only poetry prize in Mr. Harrison’s class for a haiku about
a snake. Since then, he has published poems and translations in
journals such as Action Yes, Bird Dog, Double Room, jubilat,
Marginalia, Opium Magazine, Pindeldyboz, and Tin House. He is the
author of I, the Worst of All (blazeVOX [books], 2009), a translation
of the Chilean poet Estela Lamat, and e.s.p. (Silenced Press, 2009).
He currently lives in New York City.

Estela Lamat was born at the age of eight in the backyard of the
house. She has conducted meticulous nocturnal studies of
sleeplessness, of stellar chances and causalities. Tamer of cats,
enologist by nose, left-handed, and epileptic, she has never been in a
workshop; she has never entered any contests; nor has she won any
literary awards.

Only at Pete's Candy Store
709 Lorimer Street
Williamsburg, Brooklyn

(718) 302-3770

"L" to Lorimer, "G" to Metropolitan


Visit http://www.multifariousarray.blogspot.com/ for links to their
work and email me for more information.

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