Dear Poetry People,
Ever get the feeling that something you love has happened before?
I mean, who is to say that this whole living thing isn't just some grand ol' remix?
Here at The Multifarious Array, we sometimes do things once and they are so right we need to do them again. Our reading this Friday is just that, with some extra wonderfulness.
This Friday, 10/25, at 7 pm, we will feature readings by:
(Sound familiar? This reading is a remix of a past Multifarious Array reading in May PLUS Tanya Olson.)
We are very excited about this.
We assume you are, too.
Check out what Facebook has to say about this Friday's reading here.
Bios and pics below.
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)
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Lynn Melnick is the author of If I Should Say I Have Hope (YesYes Books, 2012). Her poetry has appeared in BOMB, The Brooklyn Rail, Guernica, Gulf Coast, jubilat, The New Republic, The Paris Review, A Public Space, and elsewhere. Her fiction has appeared in Opium and Forklift, Ohio, and she has written essays and book reviews for Boston Review, Coldfront, LA Review of Books, Poetry Daily, and VIDAweb, among others. She grew up in Los Angeles and currently lives in Brooklyn.
Timothy Donnelly is the author of Twenty-seven Props for a Production of Eine Lebenszeit and The Cloud Corporation, winner of the 2012 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award. With John Ashbery and Geoffrey G. O’Brien he is the co-author of Three Poets published by Minus A Press last year. His honors include The Paris Review’s Bernard F. Conners Prize, a Pushcart Prize, and fellowships from the New York State Writers Institute and the Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. He is the poetry editor of Boston Review and teaches in the Writing Program at Columbia University’s School of the Arts.
Mark Bibbins is the author of three books of poems: They Don’t Kill You Because They’re Hungry, They Kill You Because They’re Full (forthcoming from Copper Canyon Press in 2014), The Dance of No Hard Feelings, and Sky Lounge, which received a Lambda Literary Award. He teaches in the graduate writing programs at The New School, where he was a founding editor of LIT magazine, and at Columbia University.
Tanya Olson lives in Durham, North Carolina and teaches at Vance-Granville Community College. She holds the M.A. in Anglo-Irish Literature from University College, Dublin and the Ph.D. in 20th Century British Literature from UNC-Greensboro. Her first book, Boyishly, was published by YesYes Books in May 2013. Her work has been published in Boston Review, Beloit Poetry Review, Southword (IRL), PANK, Cairn, Fanzine, Bad Subjects, Main Street Rag, Pedestal Magazine, Elysian Fields, and Southern Cultures. She won first place in the 2005 Independent Poetry contest and was a runner up for the 2009 Rita Dove Award. She is a recipient of an Emerging Artist Grant from the Durham Arts Council and was the 2008 Fortner Award winner. In 2010, she won a Discovery/Boston Review prize and was named a 2011 Lambda Fellow by the Lambda Literary Foundation. She helps co-ordinate Durham’s Third Friday, is a member of the Black Socks poetry group, and serves on the board of the Carolina Wren Press.