Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Because 4 Is A Nice Number

How about two (new to me) online journals worth your eyes, ears & poems:

InDigest (be sure to scroll through the archives too for some great stuff!)

Whiskey & Fox (which is a damn fine name!)

& two more readings for Friday:

This Friday, March 26, at 7pm

Amy McNamara, Ekoko Omadeke, Priscilla Becker, Mark Leidner & Ben Mirov walk into a bar. The bartender says, "What is this joke? Some kind of Objective Correlative?"

*ba dum chik*

Amy McNamara is a writer and photographer. Her poems have made appearances in Barrow Street, Conduit, jubilat, Linebreak, LIT, The Literary Review, 2River View and are coming out soon in New CollAge and Versal. Amy is married to the artist Doug McNamara and they live in Brooklyn with their two kids.

Ekoko Omadeke is a Virginia native who refuses to get a NY state ID. She currently pursues an MFA from New York University and curates the Southern Writers Reading Series at Happy Ending Lounge. Though her heart belongs to Brooklyn sidewalks and bodega sandwiches, Ekoko lives and writes in Manhattan.

Priscilla Becker’s first book of poems, Internal West, won The Paris Review book prize, and was published in 2003. Her poems, book reviews & essays have appeared in Fence, Open City, The Paris Review, The New York Sun, Cabinet and Open City. Her essays have also been anthologized by Soft Skull Press, Anchor Books, and Sarabande. She teaches poetry at Pratt Institute, Columbia University, and in her apartment. Her second book, Stories That Listen, is forthcoming from Four Way Books

Mark Leidner is the author of two chapbooks, The Night of 1,000 Murders (Factory Hollow Press, 2007) and The Empire (Scantily Clad Press, 2009). He lives and tweets in western Massachusetts.

Ben Mirov is the author of the chapbooks I is to Vorticism (New Michigan Press, 2010) and Ghost Machine (forthcoming from Caketrain Press, 2010). He is general editor of pax americana. He is also poetry editor of LIT Magazine.

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


"Bozek Braid Broder Clark Marvin & Ralph!" on Friday, March 26 at 7:00pm.

Event: Bozek Braid Broder Clark Marvin & Ralph!
Start Time: Friday, March 26 at 7:00pm
End Time: Friday, March 26 at 9:00pm
Where: Goodbye Blue Monday

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