Sunday, September 18, 3:00 p.m.
Danielle Evennou, Temim Fruchter, Angelique Palmer & Mathias Svalina
@ DC Arts Center

Danielle Evennou is a writer and performer who lives in her own 90’s sitcom: with a strong female lead, roaring laugh track, and the inevitable moral lesson. Her poetry and memoir have been published in apt, Beltway Poetry Quarterly, Gargoyle, Split Lip Magazine, and Words Dance. She lives in Washington, DC. Learn more about Danielle and her work at

Temim Fruchter is a writer and artist who lives and loves in Washington, DC. She loves noodles every which way and believes in magic. She is co-founder of the Mount Pleasant Poetry Project, and her first chapbook, I Wanted Just To Be Soft, came out on Anomalous Press in April 2016. Her work has appeared in [PANK], Tupelo Quarterly, The Washington City Paper, The Account and the Tishman Review, among others. More at

Angelique Palmer is a poetry slam doyen and a finalist in the 2015 Women of the World Poetry Slam. The Creative Writing graduate from Florida State University now calls northern Virginia home. She’s penned 10 self-published chapbooks and authored THE CHAMBERMAID’S STYLE GUIDE, the full-length book of poetry on Sargent Press. Several of her poems have been published on Drunk in A Midnight Choir, making her a member of the Choir. She was among 25 new members accepted to the 2015 A ROOM OF HER OWN writing retreat, and is a 2014 Pink Door Writing retreat alumna. Her publications include BORDERLINE, and THE MUD SEASON REVIEW. She’s been the featured poet in more than a dozen cities across the U.S. Formerly an instructor at the American Poetry Museum in Washington, DC, she continues to lead workshops, volunteer with spoken word-based charities, and rock open mics in the area.

& Mathias Svalina


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