Sunday, September 19, 3:00 p.m.
Cathy Eisenhower and John Godfrey
@ in your ear @ DCAC
Please join us for what will surely be a grand opening to the Fall 2004 season of the in your ear poetry readings at the District of Columbia Arts Center. This Sunday September 19 at 3pm, CATHY EISENHOWER and JOHN GODFREY will be reading from their work.

CATHY EISENHOWER can't believe it's already been some three years since she first started kickin around the DC poetry scene. Raised in Youngstown, Ohio, she's lived in many different places and holds more degrees than you can shake a stick at (whatever that means). She's the author of _Language of the Dog-Heads_ (Phylum Press 2001) and the editor of The Interrupting Cow chapbook series. For an excerpt from her chapbook check out:

A longtime resident of Manhattan's Lower East Side, JOHN GODFREY is the author of _Dabble: Poems 1966-1980_ (Full Court Press 1982), _Where the Weather Suits My Clothes_ (Z Press 1984), _Midnight on Your Left_ (The Figures 1988), _Push the Mule_ (The Figures 2001), and most recently _Private Lemonade_ (Adventures in Poetry 2003). "While others are busy catching their own reflection in the storefront of poetry," Peter Gizzi writes, "Godfrey goes to work on the damage and squalor of the overlooked. His genius rings true." For a biography, visit


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