Weds Oct 13 at 7:30 PM
FC2 (Fiction Collective Two) presents:
ENOUGH CALENDAR THROUGH STARS
Margo Berdeshevsky, Brian Conn, Lance Olsen and Rob Stephenson
reading from, respectively,
Beautiful Soon Enough, The Fixed Stars, Calendar of Regrets, and Passes Through.
Margo Berdeshevsky lives in Paris. Beautiful Soon Enough (FC2, 2009) her collection of cutting edge/poetic short stories, received FC2’s Ronald Sukenick Award for Innovative Fiction. Her poetry collection, But A Passage In Wilderness, is published by Sheep Meadow Press, which will also publish her forthcoming Between Soul And Stone. A cross-genre novel, Vagrant is at the next gate, from Red Hen Press.
Brian Conn is the author of The Fixed Stars (FC2, 2010) and a co-editor of Birkensnake, a small literary journal. He teaches writing at the University of Rhode Island.
Lance Olsen is author of more than 20 books of and about innovative fiction, including, most recently, the novels Calendar of Regrets (FC2, 2010) and Head in Flames (Chiasmus, 2009). He teaches experimental theory and practice at the University of Utah; serves as Chair of the Board of Directors at Fiction Collective Two; and is Fiction Editor at Western Humanities Review.
Rob Stephenson is an inter-media artist working with text, music, video, film, drawing, painting, photo-collage, and installation. He is the author of Passes Through (FC2, 2010) and lives in Queens, NY. U is forthcoming from Queer Mojo, Rebel Satori Press.
Sun Oct 17 at 2:00
EOAGH reading series presents:
Little Red Leaves e-editions book launch
Sarah Campbell and Elena Rivera
Everything We Could Ask For, and Remembrance of Things Plastic.
Sarah Campbell studied in the Poetics Program in Buffalo, NY for many years and now lives in Brooklyn.
Eléna Rivera is the author of Remembrance of Things Plastic (LRL e-editions, 2010) Mistakes, Accidents and the Want of Liberty (Barque Press, 2006), Suggestions at Every Turn (Seeing Eye Books, 2005), and the translator of Secret of Breath (Burning Deck Press, 2009) poems by Isabelle Baladine Howald. She was awarded a 2010 National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowship in Translation and a 2009 Fundacíon Valparaíso Poetry Residency in Mojácar, Spain. She lives in New York City.