Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Red Rover Series / Experiment #61

Red Rover Series
{readings that play with reading}

Experiment #61:

7pm / doors lock 7:30pm


H. V. Cramond
Tim Jones-Yelvington
Steven Teref

at Outer Space Studio
1474 N. Milwaukee Ave
suggested donation $4

logistics --
near CTA Damen blue line
third floor walk up
not wheelchair accessible

H.V. CRAMOND is the Poetry Editor for and a Co-founder of Requited Journal for Innovative Art and a Writing Instructor at Loyola University Chicago. She holds an MFA in Writing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has received grants from the Illinois Arts Council and the City of Chicago’s Community Arts Assistance Program.Her poem “War of Attrition” was a finalist in the 2013 Split This Rock Poetry Festival Contest judged by Mark Doty.  Some recent work can be found in Soundless Poetry, Keep Going, Wunderkammer, Ignavia, death hums, and Pandora’s Box (Southport Press, 2011).

TIM JONES-YELVINGTON is a Chicago writer, multimedia artist and drag performer. He is the author of "Evan's House and the Other Boys who Live There" (in They Could No Longer Contain Themselves from Rose Metal Press) and This is a Dance Movie! (forthcoming, Tiny Hardcore Press). Recent work has appeared in Action Yes!, Puerto Del Sol and Harpur Palate. He edits the annual queer issue of [PANK]

ROBIN MORRISSEY studied in Santa Cruz following the Loma Prieta earthquake.  At 21 she interned for Jeffrey Deitch. At 28 she left the U.S. forever.  She's since returned. She has published poetry and other writing in Requited Journal, Alatool: Cairo on the LengthCaffeine Theatre, phoebe, Columbia Poetry Review, and has work forthcoming in 3AM  Magazine.  She was recently accepted into the CalArts M.A. program in Aesthetics & Politics.

STEVEN TEREF is the translator of Assembly (Host Publications, 2009), the selected poems of the Serbian poet Novica Tadic. Steven’s translations and poetry have appeared in numerous literary magazines, such as Rhino, Another Chicago Magazine, and South Loop Review. His fiction is included in the collaborative book Rescription (Anobium, 2013). He teaches literature and writing at Columbia College Chicago where last year he was the recipient of an Excellence in Teaching Award. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of Ricochet Review. The first issue is due out this spring.

Red Rover Series is curated by Laura Goldstein and Jennifer Karmin. Each event is designed as a reading experiment with participation by local, national, and international writers, artists, and performers.  Founded in 2005 by Amina Cain and Jennifer Karmin, the over sixty events have featured a diversity of renowned creative minds.
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