Sunday, November 21, 3:00 p.m.
Linh Dinh and Heather Fuller
@ in your ear @ DCAC
We hope you'll join us this Sunday, November 21 at 3pm for the monthly In Your Ear poetry reading at the District of Columbia Arts Center, 2438 18th St. in Adams Morgan, on 18th just below the corner of 18th and Columbia Road. This Sunday we are pleased to host HEATHER FULLER and LINH DINH.

Heather Fuller has a thing for poetry. She writes it and Rod Smith has been kind enough to put it in two Edge Books books, perhaps this is a rescue fantasy (1997) and Dovecote (2002). Heather lives and works in the Baltimore area, takes courses in veterinary medicine, and spends a lot of time with feral cats.

Linh Dinh is the author of two collections of stories, "Fake House" (Seven Stories Press 2000) and "Blood and Soap" (Seven Stories Press 2004), and a book of poems, "All Around What Empties Out" (Tinfish 2003). His work has been anthologized in "Best American Poetry 2000" (Scribner 2000), "Best American Poetry 2004" (Scribner 2004) and "Great American Prose Poems from Poe to the Present" (Scribner 2003), "Asian American Poetry: the Next Generation" (Illinois 2004) and "Charlie Chan is Dead 2" (Penguin 2004), among other places. He is also the editor of the anthologies "Night, Again: Contemporary Fiction from Vietnam" (Seven Stories Press 1996) and "Three Vietnamese Poets" (Tinfish 2001). Rachel Loden writes that "[r]eading Linh Dinh is a tonic and a revelation. His poems might have taken off the top of Dickinson's head, and then some. Linh Dinh raids and reinvents the language with an ardor bordering on delirium."


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