Thursday, February 09, 2006
February's ARTIFACT reading 2.11.06
a r t i f a c t :
a series of innovative writing
saturday . february 11th . 7:30pm
reading to start promptly at 8pm
2921 folsom street apt. b(at 25th street / bottom buzzer)
BYOB & donations happily accepted.
Elise Ficarra lives and works in San Francisco. Her first book,
Swelter, (just out from 14 Hills Press) won the Michael Rubin Award in
Poetry for 2005. Her work has appeared in Bird Dog, Commonweal, 14 Hills,
Small Town and Hinge, a BOAS anthology of eight Bay Area experimental
women writers (Crack Press, 2002.) For her day job, she manages the
Poetry Center at SFSU and does freelance grant writing.
Susan Gevirtz's most recent books are Black Box Cutaway from Kelsey
Street, Hourglass Transcripts from Burning Deck and Thrall, forthcoming
from Post Apollo. She lives and works in San Francisco.
Scott Inguito’s poems have appeared in Fence, Aufgabe, 1913: a journal of forms, DANTA, and Parlour Games. New poems will appear in an Anthology of Latino Poets from University of Arizona Press, and Bay Poetics from Faux Press. His chapbook, lection, is out from Subday Press. Scott lives in San Francisco."
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