Sunday, February 14, 2010


Mark your AWP calendar for Thursday night!

7-10 PM
Green Spaces Colorado
1368 26th Street

We're throwing a small press party in Denver, featuring Bloof Books, Cooper Dillon Books & Noemi Press.

Readings by:

Shanna Compton
Peter Davis
Jill Alexander Essbaum
Jennifer L. Knox
Gary L. McDowell
Danielle Pafunda
Nate Pritts
Sandra Simonds

& more TDB

RSVP at the Facebook page here.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

This Friday in Manhattan: LIT party w/ Jennifer L. Knox

To come one, come all ...

And join LIT Magazine & Housing Works Bookstore Cafe for an evening of literary refreshment, complete with prose, poetry, and a dandy selection of snacks and beverages.

Your invitation is cordially attached. (Please note: The date of the event is FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5, 2010 and begins at 7 PM sharp.)

Celebrate: The LIT 17 Launch Party!
Time: Friday February 5, 2010 at 7 PM
Place: Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
Address: 126 Crosby Street in SoHo.

With readings by Sasha Feltcher, Phillip Gardner, Jennifer L. Knox, and Anne Ray.

Sasha Fletcher's novella WHEN ALL OUR DAYS ARE NUMBERED MARCHING BANDS WILL FILL THE STREETS AND WE WILL NOT HEAR THEM BECAUSE WE WILL BE UPSTAIRS IN THE SKY is due out from ml press in December in the year 2010. He is an MFA candidate in Poetry at Columbia University in the city of New York.

A three-time winner of The South Carolina Fiction Project, Phillip Gardner has recently appeared in The North American Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Potomac Review, and New Delta Review. He is the author of Someone To Crawl Back To, a collection of short stories. Two new collections, That Place Love Built and Freaks Out are forthcoming.

Jennifer L. Knox’s new book, The Mystery of the Hidden Driveway, is
forthcoming from Bloof in fall 2010. Her first two books of poems, Drunk
by Noon
and A Gringo Like Me are also available from Bloof Books. Her work has appeared three times in the Best American Poetry series, as well as in the anthologies Best American Erotic Poems and Great American Prose Poems: From Poe to Present.

Anne Ray was raised in suburban Maryland and has been an English teacher, a waitress, a gardener, and a fish monger. She attended the Brooklyn College MFA Program and the undergraduate writing program at Carnegie Mellon University. Her fiction appeared in Brooklyn Review, and her nonfiction has appeared in Washington City Paper and Baltimore City Paper. She lives in Brooklyn.

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