Sunday, November 18, 3:00 p.m.
Alyse Knorr, Chris Nealon, Frank Sherlock & Carlos Soto-Roman
@ DC Arts Center
Please join the In Your Ear Reading Series, guest-hosted by Katy Bohinc and Meg Ronan, for a reading celebrating COYDUP, a zine for Occupy DC, with readers Alyse Knorr, Chris Nealon, Frank Sherlock, and Carlos Soto-Roman at 3PM on Sunday, November 18, 2012.
ALYSE KNORR's first book, Annotated Glass, is forthcoming from Furniture Press Books in 2014. She received her MFA from George Mason University, where she serves as production director for the Fall for the Book literary festival. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in RHINO, Sentence, Puerto Del Sol, and Gargoyle, among others. She co-edits Gazing Grain Press, a publisher of inclusive feminist chapbooks.
CHRIS NEALON is the author of two books of poems, The Joyous Age and Plummet, and a recent chapbook called The Dial. He has also written two books of criticism: Foundlings: Lesbian and Gay Historical Emotion before Stonewall, and The Matter of Capital: Poetry and Crisis in The American Century. He teaches in the English Department at Johns Hopkins University, and lives in DC.
FRANK SHERLOCK is a recipient of the Equinox Chapbook Award, selected for publication by Fact-Simile Press in 2012. He is the author of Over Here, The City Real & Imagined (w/ CAConrad), and a collaboration with Brett Evans entitled Ready-to-Eat Individual. New poems recently appeared in Aufgabe, Bright Pink Mosquito and Rethinking Marxism.
CARLOS SOTO-ROMAN was born in ValparaÃso, Chile. He is the author of "La Marcha de los Quiltros" (1999), "Haiku Minero" (2007), "Cambio y Fuera" (2009), "Philadelphia's Notebooks" (2011) and the forthcoming chapbook "Con/Science" (Fall, 2012). He is a translator and the curator of Elective Affinities, a cooperative anthology of contemporary U.S. poetry. He is also a pharmacist and holds a Master's degree in Bioethics. He lives in Philadelphia, PA.
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