Sunday, October 18, 3:00 p.m.
Cathy Eisenhower, Jamey Jones and Bonnie Jones
@ DC Arts Center

Cathy Eisenhower lives and works as a librarian in Washington, DC, and is the author of Language of the Dog-heads (Phylum 2001), clearing without reversal (Edge 2008), and would with and (Roof 2009). She is co-translating the selected poems of Argentine poet Diana Bellessi and has co-curated the In Your Ear Reading Series for the past several years.

Jamey Jones is from Pensacola, Fl., where he has long been an active proponent of all things poetry. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY, where he's pursuing his MFA in Creative Writing at Long Island University. His most recent chapbooks are If You See An Ocelot, Please Remove This Letter, (brown boke press, 2007), the notebook troubled the sleep door, (brown boke press, 2008), Blue Rain Morning, (Fell Swoop, 2009), and Twelve Windows (brown boke press, 2009). His poems have appeared in Red Herring, Mesachabe, Yawp, Fell Swoop: The All Bohemian Review, The Mundane Egg, The Emerald Coast Review, and Big Bridge, New Orleans Anthology: Sturm und Drang, as well as various other journals.

Bonnie Jones works with sound, text and performance. Born in 1977 in South Korea she was raised by dairy farmers in New Jersey, and currently resides in Baltimore, MD. In sound performances Bonnie plays the circuit boards of digital delay pedals. Her primary sound collaborators are Joe Foster in Korea (as the duet "English") and Andy Hayleck. She is also a member of the Performance Thanatology Research Society, a interdisciplinary performance group dedicated to the advancement of a higher histrionics brought on by imminent finalities. Bonnie has performed at the Kim Dae Hwan Museum, the Ontological-Hysteric Theater, STEIM, the ErstQuake Festival, and the 14 Karat Cabaret. She is currently an MFA candidate at the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College.


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