Sunday, January 16, 3:00 p.m.
Christophe Casamassima, Heather Pollack and Kevin Thurston
@ in your ear @ DCAC
We hope you'll join us this Sunday, January 16 at 3pm for the monthly In Your Ear poetry reading at the District of Columbia Arts Center. This Sunday we are pleased to host HEATHER POLLOCK, KEVIN THURSTON and CHRISTOPHE CASAMASSIMA.

Heather Pollock is a third year MFAer at George Mason University where she currently works as the poetry editor of Phoebe, A Journal of Literature and Art. She earned her undergraduate degree in the creative writing program at Northwestern University where she was the 2000 winner of the Helen G. Scott Award. She has hosted renowned Thursday evening potluck dinners at her home in Fairfax. Her poetry is forthcoming in Anomaly.

Kevin Thurston focuses on text in any and all forms. His fiction has appeared in The Journal of Experimental Fiction, he has had a one-act play produced at The Manhattan Theater Source, and he has also been active in visual poetry, art objects, mail art and text based performances in Baltimore and Buffalo. He also has co-curated events with Ric Royer (once at Soundlab in Buffalo, with DC's Tom Orange collaborating with Bill Howe) and produces the assemblage project d r a f t i n g. For the last year, Kevin has been reading and performing nearly monthly in Baltimore with Justin Sirois and Lauren Bender, and has recently been active with Christophe Casamassima.

Christophe Casamassima runs Furniture Press, is the editor of Ambit : Journal of Poetry and Poetics, and is co-founder of The Portable Reading Series in Baltimore. His texts and objects have appeared in numerous sources, and in the Anthology Fatty (Narrow House, 2004). He has released two chapbooks, Mov/ements (Furniture Press, 2002), and The Sum of Yesterdays (Touch, 2002). Forthcoming are The Sarah Quatrains from King of Mice Press (2005) and a DVD featuring his cut-up found audio experiments and Aaron DeBruin's languimages. He has also released two volumes of psychoacoustic soundfare: Physics of a Spiraling Staircase (Buiten Westen, The Netherlands) and Ambit i : ii : iii (Furniture Imprint). He lives and breathes in Baltimore.


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