Sunday, May 15, 3:00 p.m.
Linda Russo and Mark Wallace
@ in your ear @ DCAC
We hope you'll join us this Sunday, May 15 at 3pm for the monthly In Your Ear poetry reading at the District of Columbia Arts Center. This Sunday we are pleased to host LINDA RUSSO and MARK WALLACE. (NB: Caroline Bergvall was unable to make the event in person as scheduled, but she sends along some pre-recorded text-sound pieces that will be shared with the audience.)

Linda Russo is a recent graduate of the Poetics Program at the University of Buffalo, author of GOING OUT (potes & poets), SECRET SILENT PLAN (curricle patterns), and a brand new chapbook of poems from her manuscript MIRTH entitled SOLVENCY (publisher unknown), co-editor of VERDURE now an on-line magazine of poetry and poetics [the current issue is up at], author of a dissertation entitled BECOMING POETIC which addresses gender and poetic innovation, author of several essays, including one on Joanne Kyger published in THE BEAT GENERATION: A GALE CRITICAL COMPANION and another on Bernadette Mayer and Hannah Weiner forthcoming in DON'T EVER GET FAMOUS: ESSAYS ON 2ND GENERATION NY SCHOOL POETS.

Mark Wallace is the author most recently of a multi-genre collection, HAZE (Edge Books), a novel, DEAD CARNIVAL (Avec Books), and a collection of poems, TEMPORARY WORKER RIDES A SUBWAY (Green Integer). He lives here in Washington, DC, but only until August when he's moving to southern California.


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