Please join us on Friday, February 7
@ 7:30 p.m. for a reading with
Jane Gregory, Raina J. León and Joseph Bradshaw
Admission is FREE
Snacks and beverages will be served.
Jane Gregory is from Tucson, Arizona. Her book, My Enemies, was published by The Song Cave in 2013. She lives in Berkeley, California.
Raina J. León, CantoMundo fellow, Cave Canem graduate fellow (2006) and member of the Carolina African American Writers Collective, has been published in numerous journals as a writer of poetry, fiction and nonfiction. She is the author of two collections of poetry, Canticle of Idols and Boogeyman Dawn. She has received numerous fellowships and residencies including the Macdowell Colony, the Vermont Studio Center, the Tyrone Guthrie Center in Annamaghkerrig, Ireland and Ragdale. She is a founding editor of The Acentos Review, an online quarterly, international journal devoted to the promotion and publication of Latino and Latina arts. She is an assistant professor of education at Saint Mary’s College of California.
Starting in Caldwell, Idaho, Joseph Bradshaw has lived in 33 houses, apartments, duplexes, hostels, cars, and/or trailers in various places around the country. He now lives in Brooklyn. Joseph began writing poetry about a decade ago when a friend lent him Leslie Scalapino's THE FRONT MATTER, DEAD SOULS. In 2011 Shearsman published his book IN THE COMMON DREAM OF GEORGEOPPEN. His new work is in recent issues of Aufgabe, Elective Affinities, and Elderly.