Thursday, April 22, 2010

Friday Face-off/Saturday Best

Friday, April 23, 2010
7:00pm - 9:50pm
Shelton Walsmith's studio, 267 Douglass Street, Gowanus, Brooklyn

Yardmeter 9 presents:
visual art by Renata Marallo,
comics and a musical performance
by Sommer Browning,
poetry readings by Paige Taggart
and Dorothea Lasky,
and a poetic event
by Kirsten Kaschock.
geoffrey nutter, ben mirov, christie ann reynolds, lonely christopher

outpost lounge

friday april 23, 1014 fulton st. @ 8 pm


Saturday, April 24th @ 4 PM
Cake Shop
152 Ludlow Street
New York City
For info:

CHRISTEN CLIFFORD is a writer and performer in New York. Her
nonfiction has appeared in Salon, Nerve, Huffington Post, Identity
Theory, Time Out New York Kids and Smith Magazine's Memoirville.
Flavorwire called her comic My Home Birth "hilarious and uncensored."
She recently served as an interpreter in Tino Seghal's This Progress
at The Guggenheim. She has been a mainstage storyteller at The Moth
and her solo performance has been shown at PS 122, Galapagos, and 45
Bleecker as well as the Oni Gallery and Grace Exhibition Space as part
of The Armory Show/SITE 2010. She can currently be seen as a performer
in Alix Pearlstein's video art Finale and Talent at On Stellar Rays.
She is a recipient of a NYFA for nonfiction, has an MFA from the New
School Writing Program, and is the proud mother of Felix and Vera.

MOLLY GAUDRY is the author of the verse novel, We Take Me Apart (Mud
Luscious Press, 2009), and the editor of Tell: An Anthology of
Expository Narrative (Flatmancrooked, 2010). She edits Willows Wept
Press and Willows Wept Review, is a co-founding editor of Twelve
Stories, and is an associate editor for Keyhole Magazine. She writes
occasional book reviews for East&West Magazine, and she's currently
tweeting a chapter of her new verse novel, FLORA THE WHORE, every few
days on Twitter.

A poet and fiction writer, LEE YEW LEONG has written for The New York
Times and DIAGRAM, among other publications. His translation into
English of Nobita, the latest collection of poems by Jing Siang
Hai--at 33, he is the most acclaimed Taiwanese poet of his
generation--is expected to be completed by the middle of the year.

THE ENCLAVE Reading Series has organized monthly readings in downtown
Manhattan since 2006. The series features established and emerging
authors of both national and international recognition who create
innovative and ambitious work.

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