Sunday, September 18, 3:00 p.m.
Beth Joselow, Mike Kelleher and Tom Mandel
@ in your ear @ DCAC
The Fall 2005 DCPoetry season has started off with a rush of activity, and we hope you'll continue to be caught up in it this Sunday, September 18 at 3pm at the DC Arts Center when the in your ear reading series presents the work of Beth Joselow, Michael Kelleher and Tom Mandel.

BETH JOSELOW is the author of a number of poetry collections including Excontemporary (Story Line 1993), Broad Daylight (Story Line 1989), The April Wars (S.O.S. 1983), and most recently The Bottleneck (forthcoming from The Interrupting Cow). She also is the author of Writing Without the Muse, a best-selling book of creative writing exercises, and Life Lessons: 50 Things I Learned from My Divorce (Avon Books 1994). It was followed by When Divorce Hits Home (Avon 1996), co-authored with her daughter, Thea Joselow. Beth taught for many years in the Academic Studies department at the Corcoran College of Art and Design.

MICHAEL KELLEHER lives in Buffalo, NY where he works as the Artistic Director for Just Buffalo Literary Center and publishes a weekly column of literary interviews and book reviews in Artvoice. He's the author of To Be Sung (Blazevox 2005), as well as the chapbooks Cuba (Phylum 2002), Bacchanalia (Quinella: Three Poems Series, 1999) and The Necessary Elephant (Ota Molloy 1998). Michael's poems and essays have appeared in Slope,  ecopoetics, The Poetry Project Newsletter, Kiosk, Queen St. Quarterly, The Transcendental Friend, and others.

TOM MANDEL is the author of Ancestral Cave (Zasterle 1997), Prospect of Release (Chax 1996), Letters of the Law (Sun & Moon 1994), Four Strange Books (Gaz 1990), and Realism  (Burning Deck 1991) among other titles. He is a technologist and entrepreneur, helping organizations create new products, services, brands and business practices based on new ideas and new technologies. Over three decades, Tom has worked with the Macmillan Company, UNESCO, Supercuts, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Warner-Lambert, Synergies Worldwide, Ventera and many others, from global organizations to start-ups.


2438 18th Street in Adams Morgan
(south of Columbia Rd. on the west side of the street)
All readings are on third Sundays at 3 PM, Admission $5, FREE for DCAC members