Kitchen Press Book Store Now Open
Purchase WIDE TREE, MORNING NEWS, FINGERGUN, and YOU BEING YOU BY PROXY at the Kitchen Press Book Store
Poems From WIDE TREE on Real Poetik This Weekend
Check out Elegy and Bedroom in Arles from WIDE TREE and Why Poems Can Be More Like Paintings from my full-length manuscript tentatively titled THE TREES AROUND (unless you're tired of trees in which case I will call it THE ROOM IN THE ELEPHANT). Anyway, just go to Real Poetik
THE SO AND SO SERIES KICKS OFF 5/6 @ THE LILY PAD, 8pm-10pm
A reading series I am curating for early-career writers. The first installation will be four poets from Kitchen Press reading their chapbooks. Justin Marks (editor of Kitchen Press and LIT) will be reading from You Being You By Proxy, Ana Bozicevic-Bowling (co-editor of Real Poetik) will be reading from Morning News, I will be reading from Wide Tree, and the fourth author is still a mystery. The Lily Pad (formerly The Zeitgeist) is in Inman Sq. in Cambridge. Email me if you are interested in putting together a four-writer line-up for future readings.
ARA VORA @ THE MIDDLE EAST, 4/13
Come out and help us get our Emergizzle on. We need all the votes we can muster to get us to Round 3 of the Emergenza Music Festival. Three out of nine bands will move on to play at the Paradise Rock Club and Lounge. The big time, people. The big time. So join us in Central Sq., Cambridge for some catchy indie ditties.
Redivider/LIT/Kitchen Press Reading @ AWP
Readers include LIT contributors Matt Henriksen of Typo and Cannibal, Adam Clay also of Typo, Shanna Compton (author of Down Spooky on Winnow Press), Zach Schomburg of Octopus, Reb Livingston of No Tell Motel, Danielle Pafunda of La Petite Zine, and Laurel Snyder (author of Daphne and Jim on Soft Skull), as well as Redivider contributers Sam Starkweather, Elisa Gabbert, Sarah Bartlett, Pauls Toutonghi, Sharon McGill, Jerome Stueart, and Joshua Weber of the Oregon Literary Review. I'll be representin’ Kitchen Press, reading Wide Tree. It’ll be on Friday, 3/10 @ Club DeVille from 9pm-until.