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Stephen James Dvorak,
Friday, August 19
75 E. 16th Street
Easily accessible from Michigan Avenue buses & a few blocks south of the Roosevelt Redline at 16th (between Michigan and Wabash).
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S T E V E N J A M E S D V O R A K has the strength of 100 men. He has an MFA from the University of Miami and works as a shipping clerk in Chicago.
J O S E P H M A I N S received his MFA from The University of Arizona, where he served as Chief Poetry Editor of Sonora Review. He is the author of the chapbooks To Live Don's Life: A Film in 15 Creams, and Poum Poum Tralala. His work appears in Forklift, Ohio, Cream City Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Front Porch, Shampoo, Spork, and Poor Claudia, among others. He lives in Portland, Oregon, where, along with Zachary Schomburg and Drew Swenhaugen, he co-curates the reading series Bad Blood.
A S H L E Y T O L I V E R’s recent work can be found in Caketrain, elimae, DIAGRAM and Third Coast journals. She has received fellowships from the Cave Canem Foundation and the Djerassi Resident Artists Program. Until 5 days ago, she lived and worked in Portland, Oregon. Now, she’s driving across the country to Providence, RI where she will be studying in the graduate Literary Arts program at Brown University.