Friday, January 6, 2012

Noah Eli Gordon, Sommer Browning, Harmony Holiday, and Steven Zultanski

Hello out there,

Please join us for the first Pete's reading of the spring season!

Bios and pics below.

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See you there,
Somethea Lasking


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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Steven Zultanski is the author of Pad (Make Now: 2010), Cop Kisser (BookThug: 2010), and Agony (BookThug: 2012). He co-curates the Segue Reading Series with Josef Kaplan, and is co-editing a book of critical writing on conceptual writing with Vanessa Place and Darren Wershler. He lives here.

Harmony Holiday is that author of Negro League Baseball (Fence: 2011). She was born in Waterloo, Iowa, in 1982. Her father was Northern Soul singer and songwriter Jimmy Holiday; her mother, 30 years his junior, was studying writing at the University of Iowa at the time they met. Upon her father’s passing in 1987 Harmony moved to Los Angeles, where she spent most of her childhood studying dance before attending UC Berkeley. She currently lives in New York City, and is an MFA student at Columbia University and an instructor of dance and writing courses. 

Noah Eli Gordon is the author of several books, including The Source (Futurepoem, 2011), and Novel Pictorial Noise (Harper Perennial, 2007). Gordon is the co-publisher of Letter Machine Editions, and an Assistant Professor in the MFA program in Creative Writing at The University of Colorado–Boulder. 

Sommer Browning is the author of Either Way I’m Celebrating (Birds, LLC; 2011), a collection of poetry and drawings, and three chapbooks, most recently THE BOWLING (Greying Ghost, 2010) with Brandon Shimoda. Her work appears in EOAGH, The Denver Quarterly, EVENT and The New York Quarterly. In 2008, she founded the hand-bound chapbook publisher, Flying Guillotine Press, with Tony Mancus. She lives in Denver where she co-curates The Bad Shadow Affair, a reading series.


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