Monday, May 23, 2011

June 9th, 2011 Reading

Please join us on May 12th, 2011 at 7PM at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center, located at 3711 Clifton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45220. See our excellent readers' bios below:

Tyrone Williams is the author of a prose eulogy, Pink Tie, which is also a meditation on Midwestern masculinity. His books of poetry are The Hero Project of the Century (2009), On spec (2008) and c.c. (2002). A new book, Howell MI, is forthcoming from Atelos Books.

Sean Patrick Hill is the author of The Imagined Field (Paper Kite Press) and Interstitial (BlazeVOX Books). Last year he received a Zoland Fellowship to the Vermont Studio Center, and is currently an MFA candidate at Warren Wilson College. He lives in Kentucky.

Melissa Barrett is the recent author of False Soup, a veg-friendly cookbook from Forklift, Ink. Her poems have received honors from Tin House, Indiana Review, Boxcar Poetry Review, and Gulf Coast, and can be found in recent issues of No Tell Motel, Front Porch, Spooky Boyfriend, Sotto Voce, and H_NGM_N. “Pilot,” her collaboration with filmmaker Pete Luckner, debuted at Video Dumbo last fall. She teaches reading and writing at Columbus Collegiate Academy, an inner-city charter school that was named the best school in the nation for student academic gain.

Friday, May 13, 2011

Scenes from May 2011 Reading

Though it was hot, we are poets, thus we soldiered on.

Peter Davis

Michael Schiavo