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The Multifarious Array Demands Photos of Your Buttocks!
This Friday, October 23, at 7pm
Paige Taggart, Sharon Dolin, Esther K. Smith & Patrick Lucy
Will Ominously Lurk in the Perimeters of Your Life!
Getting Stalked Has Never Had Better Syntax!
Paige Taggart is a 2009 NYFA fellow and has an e-chapbook with
Scantily Clad Press, Won’t Be a Girl. Her poems have appeared in Alice
Blue Review, La Petite Zine, Six Finch, Blazevox, Elimae, Caketrain,
Eleven Eleven, Boog City.
Sharon Dolin’s fourth book, Burn and Dodge won the AWP Donald Hall
Prize in Poetry. Her other books include Heart Work. Serious Pink, and
Realm of the Possible. She is Writer-in-Residence at Eugene Lang
College, The New School. She also teachers at the Unterberg Poetry
Center of the 92nd Street Y and directs the Center for Books Arts
Annual Letterpress Poetry Chapbook Competition.
Esther K Smith publishes limited editions and artist books at
Purgatory Pie Press in New York City in collaboration with letterpress
printer Dikko Faust and other artists and writers. She is the author
of HOW TO MAKE BOOKS, MAGIC BOOKS & PAPER TOYS and forthcoming, THE
PAPER BRIDE--published by Random House imprint, Potter Craft. A few
days ago, she opened a box in a basement and found a huge cockroach, sketchbooks and
her first book of poetry, written when she was in sixth grade.
Patrick Lucy is a member of the New Philadelphia Poets, a group
committed to advancing poetry, space & community in Philadelphia. His
work has appeared recently in the Corduroy Mtn and Ink Node
(featured). His chapbook, WILLIAM, is forthcoming from Con/Crescent
Press. Patrick's disembodied press & blog, Catch/Confetti, produces
fine poetry ephemera and comment. He lives in Fishtown and runs a web
development company called Nimblelight.
Only at Pete's Candy Store
709 Lorimer Street
"L" to Lorimer, "G" to Metropolitan
Visit http://www.multifariousarray.blogspot.com/ for links to their
work and email me for more information.