Sunday, September 17, 3:00 p.m.
Dan Gutstein and Chris Toll
@ in your ear @ DCAC

DAN GUTSTEIN lives in Washington, where he is a visiting assistant professor of English at GWU. A collection of short-short fiction, non/fiction, is coming out in early 2007 from Edge Books. 100 of his poems and stories have appeared in nearly four-dozen literary magazines and anthologies, including Best American Poetry 2006, and a play, Marion Barry Fantasy Weekend, is being published by Third Coast. Past lives have included farm hand, tae kwon do instructor, international economist, theatre arts educator, learning specialist for students with disabilities, political reporter, and editor. He is co-host of the weekly happy hours, Drink & Walk, and once owned the handsomest dog on the planet, a malamute/shepherd named The Reverend.

CHRIS TOLL does the laundry for archetypes in the Collective Unconscious. His day job is ninja assassin (he had a conscience, but it's on vacation). He also performs outpatient brain surgery in a toolshed behind his house.

We hope you can join us for the reading and the festivities afterwards.


District of Columbia Arts Center is located at 2438 18th Street NW in Adams Morgan.
Admission $3.00 split between the space and the poets.
For directions go to