Please join us Thurs., March 11, at 7 p.m. for the Bon Mot/ley Reading Series, featuring Julie Carr, Richard Greenfield, and Christine Hume.
Julie Carr is the author of four books of poetry, most recently 100 Notes on Violence (winner of the Sawtooth Poetry Prize) and Sarah—of fragments and lines (winner of the National Poetry Series) . She also writes about Victorian poetry.
Richard Greenfield is the author of A Carnage in the Lovetrees (University of California Press). Omnidawn published his second book, Tracer, in 2009. His poetry has appeared in Boston Review, Denver Quarterly, Electronic Poetry Review, Five Fingers Review, Fourteen Hills, Lit, Soft Targets, Volt, and others. He is co-editor of Apostrophe Books, a small press of poetry, which began publishing books in 2007. He teaches in the creative writing program at New Mexico State University.
Christine Hume is the author of three books of poetry, most recently Shot (Counterpath, 2009). She is coordinator of the interdisciplinary Creative Writing Program at Eastern Michigan University. Every Sunday at 8 p.m. (EST), she hosts Poetry Radio, which features contemporary and historic sound art, performance art, sound poetry, collaborations between writers and musicians, student work, audio narratives, and sound poetry.
The Bon Mot/ley Reading Series takes place in the Clifton Cultural Arts Center on the second Thursday of each month. The CCAC is located at 3711 Clifton Ave., and you can learn more about the center here: www.cliftonculturalarts.org. Readings are free and open to the public.
Our next reading will be in May, featuring Ana Božičević, Amy King, and Rob Schlegel.
Audio files of previous readings are also available on our reading series blog: www.bonmotley.blogspot.com.
We hope to see you there.
Kristi Maxwell & Michael Rerick