Friday, February 27, 2009

March 6th

See you there!

Jared Stanley was born in Arizona, grew up in the East Bay, and lives in the San Joaquin Valley. He's written a chapbook, The Outer Bay (Trafficker Press, 2008). His first full-length book, Book Made of Forest, will be published by Salt Publishing in April. With Lauren Levin and Catherine Meng, he edits the magazine Mrs. Maybe.

Joseph Massey was born in Chester, Pennsylvania, and has lived in Humboldt County, California for the last eight years. His chapbooks include Minima St. (Range: 2003), Eureka Slough (Effing Press: 2005), Bramble (Hot Whiskey: 2005), Property Line (Fewer & Further Press: 2006), November Graph (Longhouse: 2007), Within Hours (The Fault Line Press: 2008), and Out of Light (Kitchen Press: 2008). Another chapbook, The Lack Of, will be published this winter by Nasturtium Press. His first full-length collection, Areas of Fog, will be published by Shearsman Books in the spring of 2009. His work has also appeared in American Poet: The Journal of the Academy of American Poets, The Nation, Abraham Lincoln, and Northwest Review, among various other journals and magazines.

Thomas Busch, Atticus Culver-Reese, and Conor Allen have been collaborating on comedy skits for two years. These comedy projects are a part of an on going series that premieres on The ‘Gullible’ skit is the latest in that series.

Donna de la Perrière is the author of True Crime (Talisman House, 2009) and the recipient of a 2009 Fund for Poetry award. Her work has appeared in Agni, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Five Fingers Review, The New England Review and Bread Loaf Quarterly, New American Writing, Volt, and other journals. She teaches in the MFA and undergraduate creative writing programs at California College of the Arts and San Francisco State University, co-curates the Bay Area Poetry Marathon reading series, and lives near downtown Oakland with the poet Joseph Lease and the cat Little Sister.

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