Erica Kaufman, Jamie Townsend, Debrah Morkun, and Matt Walker!

Hey poetry fans!

This Friday night we have an amazing line-up for you. We have Erica Kaufman, Jamie Townsend, Debrah Morkun, and Matt Walker reading their fabulous poems. And someone there might also be wearing leg warmers. And someone else might be wearing green and white stripes.

So, get up off the couch on Friday night and get to Pete's by 7. It will be fun!

Here is the Facebook event page:

Bios and pics to follow

Debrah Morkun believes in near death experiences & prays to the old gods. She lives in Philadelphia, where she curates the Jubilant Thicket Literary Series & is a founding member of The New Philadelphia Poets. Her book Projection Machine was published in April 2010 by BlazeVox Books. Visit Debrah at .

erica kaufman is the author of censory impulse (Factory School 2009) as well as several chapbooks. Poems from her most recent project, INSTANT CLASSIC, can be found in Little Red Leaves and Elective Affinities. Kaufman is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center where she studies Composition and Rhetoric and its possible relationships to contemporary poetics. she lives in Brooklyn and teaches at Baruch College, Parsons the New School for Design, and Bard’s Institute for Writing & Thinking.

J. Townsend has poems and essays published or forthcoming in Bombay Gin, The Cultural Society, Gam, Diagram, Fact-Simile, Wheelhouse, Volt, Elective Affinities, & Jacket. With Nicholas DeBoer, he edits con/crescent press, a chapbook publisher & print magazine focused on discursive essay / creative non-fiction. He writes and performs with the New Philadelphia Poets community, & lives in E. Kensington, Phila.

Matt Walker works in an office in Manhattan and lives in Ridgewood, Queens. He is originally from Indiana.


The Multifarious Array is a semi-monthly reading series featuring the very best poets at the very best place (Pete's Candy Store).

Pete's Candy Store is located at 709 Lorimer in Williamsburg Brooklyn. Take the G to the Metropolitan stop or the L to the Lorimer stop. (Map:

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