Dead Rabbits December Reading

Addresse1744 2nd Ave
CityNew York
CountyNew York City (NY2981)
1744 2nd Ave
New York
New York City (NY2981)
Tel 2017-12-10
Categoria Events
Dead Rabbits December Reading

Hoppy Holidays Rabbits. We're so excited for the end of the year reading with some fabulous writers. Won't you join us for some apple cider & carrots & poems & snow bunnies & fiction & more.... Eugene Lim is the author of the novels Fog & Car (Ellipsis Press, 2008), The Strangers (Black Square Editions, 2013) and Dear Cyborgs (FSG Originals, 2017). His writings have appeared in Dazed, Fence, Little Star, The Denver Quarterly, The Brooklyn Rail, Jacket2, Gigantic, Your Impossible Voice, The Coming Envelope, Everyday Genius, Vestiges and elsewhere. Pessimist of the intellect by night; by day, he’s house librarian at the Charles Xavier School for the Greatly Responsibled. He runs Ellipsis Press, and lives in Jackson Heights, NY, with Joanna and Felix. Karisma Price was born and raised in New Orleans, LA, and holds a B.A.

in Creative Writing from Columbia University. She is an MFA candidate in poetry at New York University and along with Kwame Opoku-Duku III, she is a founding member of the Unbnd Collective. Aaron Poochigian was born in 1973. He attended Moorhead State University from 1991 to 1996 where he studied under the poets Tim Murphy, Dave Mason and Alan Sullivan. He entered graduate school for Classics in 1997 at the University of Minnesota. After traveling and doing research in Greece on fellowship from 2003—4, he earned his Phd in Classics in 2006. He was a visiting professor of Classics at the University of Utah in 2007—8 and D.L. Jordon Fellow at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia from 2008—2009. Javan Howard is a poet and writer from the Bronx, NY. He graduated with a B.A.

in Africana Studies and Minor in Creative Writing and Poetry from Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA. Howard mentored incarcerated youth in NYC through poetry workshops where students strengthen their voices and cultivate their creative talents. As an educator and creative engineer, Howard has taken on many roles from a Site Director for an After School Program to Teaching Artist mentor and writer for program and curriculum Development. He uses poetry as a social forum to foster discourse about love, culture, and identity. He truly believes that the lived experience is the ultimate teaching tool because it allows us to connect with individuals from various lines of interest. His work has been featured online at Black Heart Magazine and Brooklyn Stories Vol. 13.

His first poetic chapbook America is ME, America is NOT Me, is available now. Cooper Wilhelm is a poet and researcher living in NYC. He's published stuff with people. Into the Dark is a radio show he does about witchcraft. PoetryAndStrangers is a thing he does where he writes poems on postcards and then mails them to strangers he looks up in phonebooks. He is from Maine. Alex Behr is a writer, editor, and writing instructor in Portland, OR. Her writing has appeared in Tin House, Utne Reader, Oregon Humanities, Portland Review, Propeller Quarterly, and others. Alex Behr’s debut collection, PLANET GRIM, was published by 7.13 Books in October 2017. Available at fine indie bookstores or through this thunderstorm of commerce.

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