Saturday June 15 at 7PM – James Belflower
James Belflower is the author of Commuter (Instance Press) which was recently voted the 2009 âBest Book Length Long Poem/Sequence by ColdFront magazine; Bird Leaves the Cornice, winner of the 2011 Spring Gun Press Chapbook Prize and And Also a Fountain, (NeOpepper Press) a collaborative echap with Anne Heide and J. Michael Martinez. He won the 2007 Juked Magazine poetry prize and his work appears, or is forthcoming in: New American Writing, EOAGH, Apostrophe Cast, First Intensity, Reconfigurations, Konundrum Engine, O&S, and Packingtown Review among others. He curates PotLatchpoetry.org, a website dedicated to the gifting and exchange of poetry resources. He received a BA in music composition from Arizona State University before attending the University of Colorado, Boulder, for his M.A. in Creative Writing. Belflower currently resides in New York and is pursuing a PhD in poetics at SUNY Albany.
Sunday June 9 at 2PM - Margo Berdeshevsky and Marily Krysl
Born in New York City, MARGO BERDESHEVSKY has traveled the world. She currently is writing in Paris, where she is considering conversations with Madame de Sevigne's ghost who lurks, maybe, in the courtyard. Her newest collection of poetry is "BETWEEN SOUL & STONE" (Sheep Meadow Press/2011.) Her book of illustrated →
Eric Paul Shaffer is author of five books of poetry, LÄhaina Noon; Portable Planet; Living at the Monastery, Working in the Kitchen; RattleSnake Rider; and Kindling. His poetry appears in North American Review, Slate, Ploughshares, RATTLE, and The Sun Magazine, as well as reviews in Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, New Zealand, and Scotland. His work is anthologized in →
A book release party at Innisfree!
Sunday June 2nd at 4PM with readings by Graham Foust, Noah Eli Gordon, Eleni Sikelianos and Anne Waldman
Graham Foust is the author of five books of poems--including To Anacreon in Heaven and Other Poems (Flood Editions, 2013)--and, with Samuel Frederick, the translator of Ernst Meister's In Time's Rift (Wave Books, 2012). He teaches at the →
Kimberly Lyons was born in Tucson, Arizona. Her books include Rouge (Instance Press, 2012), Asterik 13 (a limited letterpress ed. of Asterik, Few + Further Press), The Practice of Residue (Subpress, 2012), Phototherapique (KatalanchÃ© Press/Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs, 2008), Saline (Instance Press, 2005), and Abracadabra (Granary Books, 2000).
John Godfrey is a long time veteran of the poetry life in →
Pick An Herb! with Emma Leigh Hranilovich
10:00 AM, every 24th of the month
I welcome you to join me on my journey in herbal medicine! Let's tap into our ancestral memories of botanical wisdoms given to us by our Earth. This class will be done materia medica style - meaning, we'll focus on one herb in each class (besides briefing on →