Matt Henriksen, Adam Clay & Oni Buchanan

Friday, December 7, 7pm

Matthew Henriksen has a chapbook, Is Holy, from horse less press. His poems have appeared in Absent Magazine; Agriculture Reader; Fascicle; Forklift, Ohio: a Journal of Poetry, Cooking, & Light Industrial Safety; H_NGM_N; hose less review; Indiana Review; Lit; MiPoesias; Octopus; Third Coast; Verse Daily (by way of Redivider)& Wildlife Poetry Magazine. He edits the online poetry journal Typo with Adam Clay, curates The Burning Chair Readings, and edits and produces Cannibal with his wife, Katy, in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

Adam Clay is the author of The Wash. He lives in Michigan. New poems appear in A Public Space, Sycamore Review, Quarterly West, and elsewhere. He co-edits Typo Magazine and is a Managing Editor at Third Coast. Here's a poem in Tarpaulin Sky, more in storySOUTH.

Oni Buchanan is the author of Spring, one of the 2007 National Poetry Series winners, to be published by the University of Illinois Press in Fall 2008. Her first poetry book, What Animal, was published in October 2003 by the University of Georgia Press. She is also a concert pianist, has released three solo piano CD’s, and actively performs across the U.S. and abroad. She lives in Boston, maintains a private piano teaching studio, and serves as an online poetry mentor for the Anna Akhmatova Foundation.

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