Friday, July 27, 2007

THE SMELL LAST SUNDAY READING SERIES

Leaving tomorrow for LA this weekend to bid Mr. Stan Apps goodbye and to give a reading.

THE SMELL LAST SUNDAY READING SERIES

Sunday, July 29, 2007

THE SMELL LAST SUNDAY SERIES features:

Susanne Dyckman
K. Lorraine Graham
Dana Ward

THE SMELL
247 S. Main Street, between 2nd and 3rd St, downtown Los Angeles
(enter in the alley in the back)

Doors open at 6:30 pm
$5

Susanne Dyckman received her MFA in Writing in 2003 from the University of
San Francisco, where she is now one of the program¹s graduate thesis
advisors. After being named co-winner of the Five Fingers Review 2003
Poetry Award, she was invited to join the journal¹s editorial staff. She
has been a panel moderator at the 2005, 2006 and 2007 AWP conferences, and
in 2006 presented a Creative Writing Pedagogy paper at the RMMLA annual
conference in Tucson. For the past three years she has hosted the Evelyn
Avenue Reading Series, which features experimental poetry, prose, and, on
occasion, fine art.

K. Lorraine Graham is the author of three chapbooks, Terminal Humming (Slack
Buddha), See it Everywhere (Big Game Books), and Large Waves to Large
Obstacles, forthcoming from Outside Voices' Take Home Project. Dear [Blank]
I Believe in Other Worlds was originally a pamphlet from Phylum Press.
Narrowhouse Recordings recently released Moving Walkways, a limited-edition
chapdisk of her work. Lorraine has just completed the extended manuscript of
Terminal Humming.

Dana Ward is the author of New Couriers, The Wrong Tree, and other
chapbooks. He has new work available or forthcoming in The Recluse, string
of small machines, the DC Poetry Anthology and seconds. He lives in
Cincinnati, where he edits and publishes Cy Press.

The SMELL LAST SUNDAY READING SERIES is co-curated by Teresa Carmody (Les
Figues), Ara Shirinyan (Make Now Press), and Stan Apps (Insert Press)