Studio One First Fridays presents Jared Stanley, Laura Wetherington, and Lindsey Boldt—Friday, September 7th @ 7:30 PM
Come early to catch Bites off Broadway @ 5:30! Snacks and beverages will also be provided at the event.
Jared Stanley is the author of The Weeds, Book Made of Forest and four chapbooks, including How the Desert Did Me In. He co-edits Mrs. Maybe, and is a member of the art collective Unmanned Minerals. He is a 2012-2014 Research Fellow at the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art, and teaches at Sierra Nevada College. Stanley lives in Reno, Nevada.
Laura Wetherington (http://laurawetherington.com/)‘s first book, A Map Predetermined and Chance (Fence Books 2011), was selected by C.S. Giscombe for the National Poetry Series. A chapbook, Dick Erasures, is available as an ebook from Red Ceilings Press (http://issuu.com/theredceilings/docs/dick_erasures) and a number of articles and interviews about collaboration are available at One Pause Poetry (http://onepausepoetry.org/follow). She co-founded and co-edits textsound.org (www.textsound.org) with Anna Vitale. Wetherington lives in Nevada, where she teaches creative writing at Sierra Nevada College and is at work on a series of fake translations.
Lindsey Boldt considers herself an itinerant culture-worker in training. So far, this means she writes poems, plays and prose, edits books and chapbooks, teaches poetry in public schools and has just begun a new project building a mobile library, which she will take on tour with her partner and collaborator, Steve Orth in September. She is the author of "Oh My, Hell Yes" and "Overboard".