Thursday, June 21, 20128:00pm
3220 S. Garfield Ave S. #105
- OUR FLOW IS HARD is a collective of girlpoets bent on flooding the place, a small dam of sticks that like to make and hear sounds. would you like to come make and hear sounds too? we have picked out some great and glittery noisemakers for our first inbogural reading. we have made party hats out of the feathery mosses of their teeth. There will be punch!
LUCAS DE LIMA
after the reading we will tingle together. that means you can BYOB. we will crack open and swig. and also swag.
HOW ABOUT IT?
Natasha Kessler received her MFA from the University of Nebraska. She currently lives in Omaha where she co-edits Strange Machine Poetry/Books. She also curates The Strange Machine Poetry Reading Series. Her work has most recently appeared in SpringGun, inter|rupture, Burntdistrict, iO Poetry, and is forthcoming in South Dakota Review. A collaborative chapbook of poetry by Natasha and poet Joshua Ware is forthcoming from Alice Blue Books this summer.
Aaron Apps works, studies, and lives in Minneapolis, MN. He holds degrees in History and English and is currently pursuing an MFA in poetry from the University of Minnesota. He is the poetry editor for dislocate magazine. His first book of poetry A Carnal Shitstorm of Affections is forthcoming from Blazevox [Books].
Lucas de Lima has published poems and reviews in Action Yes, Mudfish, Raintaxi, and other journals. He is a contributor to the culture blog Montevidayo, and author of Ghostlines, a chapbook forthcoming in July from Radioactive Moat. Currently a resident of Minneapolis, he will soon be relocating to his native Brazil.
MYSTERY SWAMPBEAST is mystery swampbeast.