This Friday, May 9th, 7pm
Keith Newton edits the online magazine Harp & Altar. His poems and
essays have recently appeared in Harvard Review, Cannibal, and
Octopus, among other journals. A chapbook of his work is forthcoming this year from Cannibal Books. He lives in Brooklyn.
Erica Ehrenberg is a graduate of Amherst College and the Creative Writing Program (in Poetry) at New York University. Her poems have appeared, or are forthcoming, in Octopus, jubilat, The New Republic, the Center for Book Arts broadside series, and in the anthology Dancing with Joy: 99 Poems (Crown, 2007). She teaches Poetry, Writing, and Irish Literature at Montclair State University. Currently, she is at work on completing her first collection of poetry, and on a graphic novel loosely based on the gangs of 19th century New York.
Robyn Art is a native of Lincoln, Massachusetts, hometown of the band They Might Be Giants. Her recent poems have appeared in Slope, The Hat, and Wicked Alice and her work will be included in the anthologies The Bedside Guide To No Tell Motel: Second Floor and Outside Voices Anthology of Younger American Poets. She is the author of the poetry manuscript, The Stunt Double In Winter, which will be published by Dusie Press this spring. Her text-visual collaboration with the artist Robin Barcus, "Dear American Lovechild, Yours, the Beautiful Undead" will be published by Dancing Girl Press this winter. Read lots of her work here.