Tonight, I’m looking forward to performing with some great poets and writers at Hell Phone located at 247 Varet Street in Brooklyn from 7pm to 9pm.
I will be reading some new work: a loose ode to a certain squirrel, sing a love song with uke about dating in NYC and who knows what else will happen!!!
Readers include: Elizabeth Ribar, Abigail Welhouse, Steve Castro, Stephanie Dickinson, Julie Bentsen, Craig Kite, Aimee Herman, and Puma Perl.
Co-hosted by New York based: great weather for MEDIA and NYSAI Press, bi-coastal Nomadic Press, and San Francisco based Rivet Journal.
Nomadic Press supports and provides venues for artwork across all media and disciplines by both emerging and established artists. Nomadic Press’s goal is to guide writers and artists through a supportive and connective process and to offer each artist the opportunity to have his or her work(s) presented in carefully edited and curated publications and events. We strive to juxtapose myriad voices and visions in ways that are surprising and complementary. Nomadic Press has offices in Oakland, CA, and Brooklyn, NY.
Rivet: The Journal of Writing That Risks is the online literary magazine from Red Bridge Press. Rivet publishes the genre-bending and unclassifiable; the unexpected and delightful. Founded in San Francisco, we feature emerging and established writers from around the world. Our editorial team members hail from around the country. This will be our first show in New York!
Founded in January 2012, great weather for MEDIA focuses on the unpredictable, the fearless, the bright, the dark, and the innovative… We are based in New York City and showcase both national and international writers in solo poetry collections and a yearly anthology. As well as publishing the highest quality poetry and prose, we organize numerous readings and performances in New York City and across the country. Find us every Sunday 4:00pm at the Parkside Lounge, 317 East Houston St, for our reading series, great weather presents Spoken Word Sundays.
NYSAI Press publishes Staten Island based literary journals featuring artists and writers with distinct voices in a borough forgotten. We are city, we are suburbia; we are deformed, we are beautiful; we are America, and we are forever cut from the mainland. We are NYSAI Press and pledge to present it all, break it down, fuck it up, and move it forward.