Michael Schiavo, Andy Hughes & Stephanie Cleveland

Friday, March 14, 7 pm

Michael Schiavo's poetry has appeared in or is forthcoming from The Yale Review, Seneca Review, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, LIT, Painted Bride Quarterly, Fou, 1913: A Journal of Forms, No Tell Motel, Guernica, Forklift, Ohio, and elsewhere. He is a contributing editor to CUE and, along with Whit Griffin and Andrew Hughes, an editor of Tight. He lives in North Bennington, Vermont. Here he is Shampooed and in Konundrum Engine.

Andrew Hughes divides his time between New York and Vermont. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Forklift, Ohio, Octopus, Spell, Cannibal, and others. Read his poems here and in Octopus, with Whit Griffin.

Stephanie Cleveland is a feminist who has spoken nationally and internationally against pornography, prostitution and rape. Her poems have appeared in Colorado Review, Boston Review, Another Chicago Magazine, jubilat and are forthcoming in Conduit and Phoebe. Her essays have appeared in Adonis Mirror and off our backs. Raised in rural Georgia, Stephanie now lives in Manhattan with her cat Lola and works in Brooklyn as a babysitter.

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