It happened. We finally made a mistake. I know you thought it couldn't happen--believe me, we're surprised, too. But it's true: WE WERE WRONG.
Come out to Home Sweet Home, at 131 Chrystie Street, on Wednesday night to hear the marvelous JODIANN STEVENSON and the lovely GABRIELLA TORRES read. You'll have to wait for Christie Ann. We promise you'll be glad you did.
JodiAnn Stevenson & Gabriella Torres show us the error of our ways. Wednesday, July 29. 7 PM sharp. Seriously, 7 PM sharp. Home Sweet Home 131 Chrystie Street
JodiAnn Stevenson makes her home in Bay City, Michigan where she is an Assistant Professor of writing and poetry at Delta College. She founded Binge Press, to showcase women’s work, in 2004 and 27 rue de fleures, an online journal of women’s poetries in 2005. Her first collection of poetry, The Procedure, was published in the fall of 2006 by March Street Press. Her second collection of poetry, “We, the Emperors” was a finalist in the Gertrude Press Chapbook Award in 2008. An excerpt of her “Kamikaze Death Poetry” is forthcoming in the “faux histories” issue of SPECS. Her recent blog project, Ms. Fish, the relentless, can be found at: http://msfishtherelentless.blogspot.com. Some of her visual poetry resides at www.bowlofmilk.com.
Gabriella Torres currently teaches writing at Baruch College in Manhattan. She is the author of Sister (Lame House Press 2005) and co-editor of the tiny along with Gina Myers. Her poetry has appeared in Sink Review, Cannibal and Past Simple.