Julia Cohen, Sampson Starkweather & Ana Bozicevic-Bowling

Friday, October 12th, 7pm

Julia Cohen's chapbook, If Fire, Arrival, is out with horse less press. Her other chapbooks, Who Could Forget the Sensational First Evening of the Night (Hangman Books), When We Broke the Microscope (written with Mathias Svalina, Small Fires Press), and The History of a Lake Never Drowns (Dancing Girl Press) are forthcoming this year. Here are some of her poems from The Adirondack Review and h_ngm_n. You can find more links to her poems on her blog. She lives in Brooklyn

Sampson Starkweather was born in Pittsboro, NC at a monster truck rally. He edits your children's science textbooks. His poems and essays are recently published or forthcoming from: Octopus, Jubilat, LIT, Tarpaulin Sky, RealPoetik, Absent, Sink Review and other places. His chapbook The Photograph will be available from Horse Less Press in November. He lives in the woods alone.

Ana Bozicevic-Bowling is a Croatian poet writing in English & the author of two chapbooks: Morning News (Kitchen Press, 2006) and Document (Octopus Books, 2007). Her recent poems are or will be in Octopus Magazine, The New York Quarterly, the Denver Quarterly, In Posse, The Bedside Guide to No Tell Motel - Second Floor and Outside Voices 2008 Anthology of Younger Poets. Here's another one in The Courtland Review. She coedits RealPoetik and works at PEN American Center in New York City.

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