October 2- Wave Books Poetry Bus Tour

On Monday, October 2nd, the Wave Books Poetry Bus Tour will bring 14 poet-readers to The FUEL Collection (former MTV Real World House), 3rd and Arch, Philadelphia 6pm: Read more about the tour on Philadelphia Weekly's A-List.

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John Yau
Frank Sherlock
Molly Russakoff
Prageeta Sharma
CA Conrad
Brenda Shaughnessy
Thomas Sayers Ellis
Catie Rosemurgy
Joshua Beckman
Nick Flynn
Eric Baus
Dorothea Lasky
Matthew Zapruder
Major Jackson
performance art by: Typing Explosion

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Food and Drink provided!


Burning Chair- Brooklyn

The Burning Chair Readings Say YES! to Innovative Poetry w/The Poetry Stylings of
Jane Gregory, Frank Sherlock & Jake Adam York

Friday, September 22nd
7:30 PM
The Fall Café
307 Smith Street Between Union & President
Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn
F or G to Carroll Street

Frank Sherlock is the author of Spring Diet of Flowers at Night (Mooncalf Press), ISO (furniture press), 13(ixnay press) and has engaged in collaborative projects with CAConrad Jennifer Coleman among many others. He is a contributing editor forXConnect: Writers for the Information Age.

Jake Adam York is the author of Murder Ballads, selected by Jane Satterfield for the Fifth Annual Elixir Press Awards Judge’s Prize. His poems have appeared in Shenandoah, Oxford American, Greensboro Review, Gulf Coast, New Orleans Review, Quarterly West, Diagram, Octopus, Southern Review, Poetry Daily, and other journals as well as in the anthologies Visiting Walt (Iowa University Press, 2003) and Digerati (Three Candles, 2006). York is an associate professor of English and Creative Writing at the University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center in Denver, Colorado, where he directs an undergraduate Creative Writing program and produces Copper Nickel with his students. York is also a contributing editor for Shenandoah, a co-editor of the online journal story South and a founding editor ofThicket, an electronic journal dedicated to Alabama writers and Alabama writing. His work of poetic history, The Architecture of Address: The Monument and Public Speech in American Poetry, was published by Routledge in 2005.

Jane Gregory is one of Brooklyn’s best kept secrets,unless you read Cannibal or are a regular during The Witching Hours. Then you know all about her.