This Friday Night
The Burning Chair Readings
A Gathering of Cannibals
at The Pierre Menard Gallery & Lame Duck Books
w/ readings from Cannibal: Issue Three poets
Erin Lyndal Martin
Friday, April 25th, 7:30-10 pm
The Pierre Menard Gallery
10 Arrow Street
Lame Duck Books
12 Arrow Street
FREE – BYOB
Copies of Cannibal: Issue Three, Ben Mazer’s The Foundations of Poetry Mathematics & other Cannibal Books artifacts will be on sale at the reading.
Cannibal Blog: flesheatingpoems.blogspot.com
Samuel Amadon's work has appeared recently in Boston Review, Cannibal,Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Modern Review, and The New Review of Literature. He lived in Boston for several years and does not remember most of it.
Stephanie Anderson's work has appeared in American Letters & Commentary, Boston Review, Denver Quarterly, Spinning Jenny, and Tin House, among others. Her chapbook, In the Particular Particular, won the 2006 DIAGRAM/New Michigan Press Chapbook Contest. She will live in either Philadelphia or Chicago next year.
Elisa Gabbert's recent work can be found in Colorado Review, Eleven Eleven, Pleiades, Meridian, Washington Square, Cannibal and Diagram. She is the author of two chapbooks from Kitchen Press, Thanks for Sending the Engine (2007) and My Fear of X (forthcoming), as well as a collection of collaborative poems written with Kathleen Rooney, That Tiny Insane Voluptuousness (Otoliths, 2008).
Erin Lyndal Martin recently finished her MFA at the University of Alabama. Her work is forthcoming in Denver Quarterly and Hotel Amerika.
Ben Mazer is the author of The Foundations of Poetry Mathematics (Cannibal Books) and Johanna Poems (Cy Gist Press). He is the editor of Landis Everson's Everything Preserved: Poems 1955-2005 (Graywolf Press), and a contributing editor to Fulcrum.
Christopher Rizzo is a writer and publisher who lives in New York. Over the years, his work has appeared in Art New England, The Cultural Society, Cannibal, Dusie, H_NGM_N, and Spell among other magazines. Christopher has also authored several chapbooks, such as Claire Obscure (Katalanche Press, 2005), Zing (Carve Editions, 2006), and The Breaks (Fewer & Further Press, 2006). Full on Jabber, a collaborative work written with poet Jess Mynes, was released by Martian Press in 2007. Christopher also edits Anchorite Press, an independent poetry publisher of innovative work. He is a doctoral candidate in English at the University at Albany.
Thibault Raoult was a Dolin Scholar at the University of Chicago, and, for two years, OFF(icial) poet-in-residence at Brown University. I’ll Say I’m Only Visiting emerged from Cannibal Books (Brooklyn) in Nov/07; a second run is now available. A new volume, El p.e. [physical education of the elevated train, emerges from Projective Industries in the coming months. Born in Pithiviers, France, raised in Rochester, NY, Thibault generates the dreams [of the congregation of details—a most real e-(s)tat(e) near 3Coasts.
Chris Tonelli lives in the Boston area where he runs The So and So Series. He has work forthcoming in Saltgrass, Salt Hill, Absent, and Good Foot, and is the author of three chapbooks: For People Who Like Gravity and Other People (Rope-A-Dope Press, forthcoming), A Mule-Shaped Cloud (w/ Sarah Bartlett, horse less press, 2008), and WIDE TREE: Short Poems (Kitchen Press, 2006).
Jared White grew up near Boston and is currently living in Brooklyn, New York. His poems have appeared in such journals as Barrow Street, Fugue, Harp and Altar, The Modern Review and Sawbuck; they are forthcoming in Fulcrum, Horse Less Review, LVNG and elsewhere. He’s about to finish his MFA at Columbia University, where he received a prize from the Academy of American Poets in 2005. He blogs from time to time about poems and culture at jaredswhite.blogspot.com.