John Ebersole, Rauan Klassnik, Dan Magers & Sara Michas-Martin

Friday, March 6, 7pm

John Ebersole teaches at Temple University. His most recent work has appeared or is forthcoming in Western Humanities Review, Octopus Magazine, and Bateau.

Rauan Klassnik was born in South Africa and now lives in Mexico. His first book, Holy Land, was released from Black Ocean in 2008. His chapbook, Ringing, is out with Kitchen Press and a second chapbook, Dreaming, is due out in the summer from Scantily Clad Press. Read him at Action, Yes and Coconut.

Dan Magers has poems published in the tiny and Red China Magazine, and his chapbook Exploitation Poems was published in 2007. He is a co-founder and editor of the online literary magazine Sink Review, and works in publishing. He lives in Brooklyn. Here is a beautiful broadside from Rope-a-Dope.

Sara Michas-Martin is a Former Wallace Stegner fellow and Jones Lecturer at Stanford. She recently joined the BFA low-residency faculty at Goddard College and lives in Brooklyn. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in APR, Bird Dog, Court Green, FIELD, Forklift, Ohio, and elsewhere. Here she is in Poetry Mountain and Diagram.

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