4/29: Deborah Landau, Dara Wier, and Mark Bibbins

Dear Visitors of the Array,

Come join us this Friday, 4/29, for a reading of astronomical proportions. Featuring:





Readings start at 7 p.m. sharp at (where else?) Pete's Candy Store.

Bios and pics below.

Here is the Facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=204008356296563

Over and out,
Dorothea Lasky

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: http://www.petescandystore.com/petes_map.html)

Visit us online here: http://www.petescandystore.com/multifarious_array/multifarious_array.html
Also, visit us here: http://multifariousarray.blogspot.com/

Deborah Landau is the author of Orchidelirium (Anhinga Press, 2004) and The Last Usable Hour (Copper Canyon Press, 2011). Her poems have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, including The Kenyon Review, The Paris Review, Tin House, and The Best American Erotic Poems. She lives in New York City, where she directs the Creative Writing Program at New York University.

Dara Wier is the author of numerous collections of poetry, including most recently, Selected Poems (Wave Books, 2009), encompassing work from 1977 through 2006; Remnants of Hannah (Wave Books, 2006), Reverse Rapture (Verse Press, 2005, 2006 SFSU Poetry Center Book Award) Hat On a Pond (Verse Press, 2002), and Voyages in English (Carnegie Mellon, 2001). She teaches workshops and form and theory seminars and directs the MFA program for poets and writers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and co-directs the University of Massachusetts' Juniper Initiative for Literary Arts and Action.

Mark Bibbins is the author of two books of poems, The Dance of No Hard Feelings (Copper Canyon Press, 2009) and the Lambda Award-winning Sky Lounge. He teaches at The New School, where he was a founding editor of LIT, and at Columbia University. He edits the poetry section of The Awl.

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