Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Friday Face-off, BK style

267 Douglass Street, Bk 8-11

Yardmeter Editions present a night of birds!

artwork by Jane Yeomans,
and poetry readings by
Christopher Salerno,
along with Birds, LLC authors
Elisa Gabbert
and Chris Tonelli.

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This should be good. I've read both Chris & Elisa's books & quite liked them. Chris & Elisa & Christopher are also as affable as they are awesome.

It's Spring! Blossoms are Sperming the Air! Other Sexy Planty Things are Happening!

Soon, the Weather will Warm and the Streets of NYC will Look Like the Set of Salo.

The Multifarious Array is in the Mood!

This Friday, May 14th, at 7pm
Slant Your Rhyme with

Jen Chang, Ed Skoog, Jason Bredle & Jorn Ake!

Jennifer Chang is the author of The History of Anonymity. Her poems appear or are forthcoming in Boston Review, Kenyon Review, New England Review, The New Republic and elsewhere. She's received fellowships to The MacDowell Colony, Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, and Yaddo. She's working on her second book of poems and needs help titling it.

Ed Skoog’s first collection of poems, Mister Skylight, was published by Copper Canyon Press in 2009. His poems have appeared in Paris Review, Poetry, American Poetry Review and elsewhere.

Jason Bredle is the author of three books and four chapbooks of poetry, most recently Smiles of the Unstoppable, forthcoming from Magic Helicopter Pres, and The Book of Evil, forthcoming from Dream Horse Press. He lives in Chicago.

Jorn Ake is a poet and photographer. His most recent book, Boys Whistling like Canaries, won the 2008 Blue Lynx Prize for Poetry and was published by EWU Press in 2009. His first collection of poems, Asleep in the Lightning Fields, won the 2001 X. J. Kennedy Poetry Prize and was published by Texas Review Press. A chapbook of his work, All About the Blind Spot and Other Poems, is available from Popular Ink, and his second full-length collection, The Circle Line, was published by The Backwaters Press as an editor's choice in 2009. He currently lives in New York City.

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