Oh, hey, it's you.
So, what are you doing on Friday night?
No plans yet? Oh ok. Well, I am going to the best poetry reading ever.
Readers will include: Ariana Reines, Dana Ward, Stephanie Young!
That's the thing about The Multifarious Array. We don't play.
More information is below. Here's the Facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/events/247697565289331/. Readings start at 7 p.m.
See you there,
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/
Stephanie Young lives and works in Oakland. Her most recent book is A Megaphone: Some Enactments, Some Numbers, and Some Essays about the Continued Usefulness of Crotchless-pants-and-a-machine-gun Feminism, coedited with Juliana Spahr. Her books of poetry are Picture Palace (In Girum Imus Nocte et Consumimur Igni, 2008) and Telling the Future Off (Tougher Disguises, 2005). She edited the anthology Bay Poetics (Faux Press, 2005) and is a founding and managing editor of Deep Oakland.
Dana Ward is the author of This Can't Be Life, just out from Edge Books. Two other books are forthcoming, one from Futurepoem Press, & another from Flowers & Cream, in 2012. He lives in Cincinnati where he curates the Cy Press Poetry @ Thunder Sky reading series.
Ariana Reines has a new book called Mercury just out from FENCE. Her other books include The Cow (Alberta Prize, Fence: 2006) and Coeur de Lion (Mal-O-Mar: 2007; Fence: 2011). Her play TELEPHONE was commissioned and produced by The Foundry Theatre in 2009 with two Obies and spin-off in the Works+Process series at the Guggenheim Museum. Her most recent translation isTIQQUN's Preliminary Notes Toward a Theory of the Young-Girl forthcoming in 2012 from Semiotext(e).