Friday, May 16, 7 pm
Betsy Wheeler is the author of the chapbook Start Here. Her poems have recently appeared in Bat City Review, MiPoesias, Pebble Lake Review, Forklift Ohio, Ping Pong, and Absent. Co-editor of Pilot and Pilot Books, she lives in Northampton, Massachusetts where she works for Wondertime magazine. Here she is in Octopus.
Frank Montesonti's first chapbook, A Civic Pageant, won the 2008 Black River Chapbook Competition. His work has appeared in journals such as Black Warrior Review, Poet Lore, Barrow Street, AQR, and Slipstream. He teaches creative writing at National University and lives in San Diego, CA. He is the 300 year old offspring of a dragon and a unicorn. Here he is in spork and 42 Opus and Diagram.
Amy King is the author of the poetry collection, Antidotes for an Alibi, which was a Lambda Book Award finalist, and the chapbook, The People Instruments. Her poems appear in numerous journals such as The Brooklyn Rail, CutBank, LIT, The Mississippi Review, Milk Magazine, MiPoesias, No Tell Motel, and Shampoo Poetry. She teaches Creative Writing and English at Nassau Community College and is an interview correspondent for miPOradio. Here is one from Adirondack Review.
Morgan Lucas Schuldt is the author of Verge and Otherhow, a chapbook. He lives in Tucson where he edits the literary journal CUE. Here he is in Coconut and Diagram and Free Verse.