Monday, November 02, 2009

ARTIFACT : SUNDAY : 11.8 : MUMOLO : WAGNER : WOLFF

Please join us on SUNDAY, November 8th
for an evening with:

Sara MUMOLO
Catherine WAGNER
Rebecca WOLFF

*7PM DOORS | 7:30PM READING BEGINS*

***Please note different day & earlier time of this reading***

Address:
3263 Kempton Ave Oakland CA, 94611

$4 donation requested for the readers.

BYOB

Questions? Comments?
Please contact us at artifactsf@gmail.com.


Sara Mumolo works at Studio One Arts Center and co-curates the Studio One Reading Series. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Typo, Article Journal, 1913: a journal of forms, Shampoo, Action Yes and Berkeley Poetry Review, among others. The Mumolos are from the port-town of Brindisi, Italy where Virgil died and where the fountain of Benito Mussolini habitually conks out.

Catherine Wagner's new book, My New Job, is just out from Fence Books. Her other books are Macular Hole (2004) and Miss America (2001; both Fence). A selection from her new project, an epic romance, appears in the fall issue of Verse; recent chapbooks include Articulate How (Big Game Books/Dusie, 2008), Hole in the Ground (Slack Buddha, 2008) and Bornt (Dusie, 2009). She is permanent faculty in the MA program in creative writing at Miami University in southwest Ohio, where she lives car-free with her six-year-old son Ambrose.

Rebecca Wolff is the author of three books of poems, including The King (W. W. Norton, 2009). Her novel The Beginners is forthcoming in 2011 from Riverhead Books. She is the editor and publisher of Fence and Fence Books, and a fellow at the New York State Writers Institute. She lives in Athens, New York.

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