After a long period of silence, I have two gigs in the same week! I'm feeling lucky.
Both in NYC, one poetry, one prose. Both are lineups I'm stoked to be in.POETRY:NYQuarterly
Monday, May 18 2009, 6PM
Cornelia Street Cafe
29 Cornelia Street, NYC 10014
Cover $7 (includes one house drink)
Host: Ted Jonathan
Featuring: R.D. Coleman, Anne Elliott, Jason Tandon
Friends of and contributors to NYQuarterly
celebrate one of America's finest poetry journals by reading from its pages.PROSE:
Drunken! Careening! Writers!
Thursday May 21, 7PM
85 E. 4th St. NYC
Hostess: Kathleen Warnock
Featuring: Anne Elliott, Jessie Male, Felicia SullivanREADER BIOS:
In 2005, Jessie Male's advanced knowledge of the frozen foods section earned her the title of assistant editor at the number two grocery trade magazine in the country. She has since been published in numerous food and dance publications and is currently working on two nonfiction collections. Jessie recently emigrated from Brooklyn to Manhattan to serve as a program coordinator at Columbia University. Her family is a constant source of support and material.
Felicia C. Sullivan is the author of The Sky Isn't Visible from Here
, which has been featured in Vanity Fair, Elle, USA Today, Redbook, Newsday
, and The Washington Post
. In 2008, her memoir was optioned for film by Gigi Productions. Sullivan lives in New York where she is presently writing the screenplay adaptation of her memoir and working on her novel, Women and Children First
. Visit her online at: http://www.feliciasullivan.com/
is the author of two collections of poetry, Give over the Heckler
and Everyone Gets Hurt
, winner of the St. Lawrence Book Award for a first book (Black Lawrence Press, 2008), and Wee Hour Martyrdom
(Sunnyoutside Press, 2008). His poetry and reviews have appeared in many journals including Columbia Poetry Review, DIAGRAM, Fugue, Laurel Review, Madison Review, Notre Dame Review, Poetry International, Red Cedar Review, Poet Lore,
and Quarterly West
. He is currently a Lecturer in Writing at Boston University.
(I'll add info as it becomes available.)
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