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Sunday, January 27, 2008

Reading Monday, 1/28: Cornelia St Cafe

MONDAY 28-JAN-2008 at 6PM

Downstairs at Cornelia Street


The Cornelia Street Café
29 Cornelia St. (bet. Bleecker & West 4th St.)
$7 cover includes one house drink

About the Featured Poets:

Carol Novack is a former criminal defense/
constitutional lawyer, an occasional instructor in
lyrical fiction writing, and the publisher of Mad
Hatters' Review . She's also a former grant recipient
and the author of a chapbook of poetry, a play, and
several collaborative projects. A chapbook of fictions
will be published this year by Poets Wear Prada Press.
Recent writings in print may or will be found in
journals including American Letters & Commentary,
Fiction International, First Intensity, Gargoyle,
Journal of Experimental Fiction, LIT, Notre Dame
Review, and in the anthology, Online Writings The Best
of the First Years as well as online at Diagram,
5_trope, Del Sol Review, Milk, and Otoliths. She has
a CD, INVENTIONS I: Fictions, Fusions & Poems.

LARISSA SHMAILO has been published in Fulcrum,
Rattapallax, Drunken Boat, Big Bridge, Naropa's We,
and many other publications (please see for a complete listing).
Her CD, The No-Net World, has been heard on radio
stations and the Internet around the world. Larissa
translated the Russian Futurist opera Victory over the
Sun by A. Kruchenych; a DVD of the original
English-language production is part of the collection
of the New York Museum of Modern Art. She recently
contributed translations to the anthology Contemporary
Russian Poetry to be published by Dalkey Archive
Press. She is a director of TWiN Poetry, an informal
collective of 7,000 audio poets, and public
coordinator for Fulcrum Annual. Her chapbook, A Cure
for Suicide will be available from Cervena Barva Press
in 2008.

DOUGLAS GOETSCH is the author of six collections of
poetry, most recently YOUR WHOLE LIFE, winner of the
2007 Slipstream Prize. His work has appeared in
Poetry, The Iowa Review, The American Scholar,
Ploughshares, online at PoetryDaily and Garison
Keillor's The Writer's Almanac, on the air at NPR, and
in numerous anthologies. After 21 years he has
recently resigned from teaching high school in New
York City. Goetsch now writes full time and is
founding editor of Jane Street Press.


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