Kate Greenstreet, Jennifer Firestone, Pattie McCarthy, Jenn McCreary

Next week: I’ll be reading in Brooklyn with these lovely poets. Hope to see you there.

Thursday, November 14th, 7pm
WORD Bookstore

Kate Greenstreet‘s third book Young Tambling is new from Ahsahta Press. Her previous books are case sensitive and The Last 4 Things, also with Ahsahta. Her poetry can be found in Colorado Review, Boston Review, Chicago Review, and other journals.

Jennifer Firestone is the author of Flashes (Shearsman Books), Holiday (Shearsman Books), Waves (Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs), and from Flashes and snapshot (Sona Books). She is the co-editor of Letters To Poets: Conversations about Poetics, Politics and Community (Saturnalia Books), and an Assistant Professor of Literary Studies at Eugene Lang College (The New School).

Jenn McCreary’s new full-length collection, & now my feet are maps, is forthcoming from Dusie Press in 2013. Other works include :ab ovo: (Dusie Press), a doctrine of signatures (Singing Horse Press), and Odyssey & Oracle (Least Weasel Press). A new chapbook, The Dark Mouth of Living, is also forthcoming from Horse Less Press this year. She was recently named a 2013 Pew Fellow in the Arts for poetry. She lives in Philadelphia, where she co-edits ixnay press with Chris McCreary.

Pattie McCarthy has two full length collections forthcoming : nulls, from Horse Less Press, and Quiet Book, from Apogee Press. She is the author of four other books from Apogee — most recently Marybones (2012). She has two chapooks forthcoming as well: scenes from the lives of my parents (Bloof Books) and x y z & & (Ahsahta Press). A recent Pew Fellow in the Arts, she teaches at Temple University & lives outside Philadelphia with her family.

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