4/29/09

Pete's Big Poetry Series



Pete's Big Poetry Series
@ Pete's Candy Store
Friday, May 1st
709 Lorimer Street
Brooklyn, NY
7pm

w/ Jared White, Carrie Hunter, & Matthew Klane

Jared White was born in Boston and has lived in Brooklyn for about eight years, near two big bridges. His poems have appeared in previous issues of Barrow Street, Cannibal, Coconut, Harp & Altar, and Word For/Word, among other journals. A chapbook of poems entitled Yellowcake will appear in the upcoming chapbook collection, Narwhal, from Cannibal Books. He maintains an occasional blog, No No Yes No Yes, at jaredswhite.blogspot.com.

Carrie Hunter's chapbook Vorticells was published by Cy Gist Press, and an e-/chapbook Kine(sta)sis was published by Dusie. The Unicorns will be coming out as a chapbook in the Dusie Chapbook Kollectiv year 3, and she has another chapbook forthcoming through House Press' Arrow as Aarow series. She has been published online in Turntable & Blue Light, Dusie, Parcel, and Sous Rature, and in print in Small Town XII, Try! magazine, and Eleven Eleven. She received her MFA/MA in the now defunct Poetics program at New College of California, edits ypolita press, and lives in San Francisco.

Matthew Klane is co-editor/founder of Flim Forum Press, publisher of the anthologies Oh One Arrow (2007) and A Sing Economy (2008). His book is B_____ Meditations from Stockport Flats Press (2008). His latest chapbooks include Friend Delighting the Eloquent, Sorrow Songs, and The- Associated Press. Also see: The Meister-Reich Experiments, a sprawling hypertext, online at www.housepress.org. He currently lives and writes in Albany, NY.

ABOUT THE CURATOR: Sommer Browning writes poems, draws comix and catalogs books in New York City. She has a chapbook of poems, Vale Tudo, with horse less press. Her poems can be found in Forklift, Ohio, word for/word, The New York Quarterly and elsewhere. Visit her online at Asthma Chronicles.

Directions: Take the G to Metropolitan or the L to Lorimer.


2 comments:

tmancus said...

just wanted to say again how much I enjoyed that work you read yesterday. potent material. please let me know if that shows up anywhere anytime soon.

matthew klane said...

hey thanks, tony. 4 of the 13 sections were published last august by john cotter in Open Letters Monthly. there's a link to it on the secret caves sidebar: Being Che.

best w/ the guillotine!
mk