Brian Foley Book Tour

| November 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
December 3, 2014 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
1508 11th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122

10438454_10102409566755792_574638241690761324_nBrian Foley will be reading poems from his new book, The Constitution (Black Ocean 2014). He will be joined by Sarah Galvin, Lisa Ciccarello, andJane Wong. Doors open at 6pm and reading commences at 7pm.

Brian Foley is the author of The Constitution (Black Ocean, 2014). He’s authored several chapbooks including Going Attractions ( Greying Ghost, 2012) & TOTEM ( Fact-Simile Editions, 2014). His poems have appeared in Boston Review, Verse Daily,The Volta, Denver Quarterly, The Fanzine, Everyday Genius and elsewhere. He is the editor of Brave Men Press and currently attends the University of Denver PhD Program.

Jane Wong is a former U.S. Fulbright Fellow and Kundiman Fellow. She is also the recipient of scholarships to the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, the Squaw Valley Community of Writers, and the Fine Arts Work Center. Currently, she teaches literature and poetry at the University of Washington and the Richard Hugo House. The recipient of Meridian’s 2013 Editors’ Prize, poems have appeared in journals such as Hayden’s Ferry Review, ZYZZYVA, The Volta, Salt Hill, and the anthologies Best New Poets 2012 (The University of Virginia Press) and The Arcadia Project: Postmodern Pastoral (Ahsahta Press). She has two chapbooks, including Dendrochronology and Kudzu Does Not Stop. Her poetry reviews appear regularly in Warscapes, a journal providing a lens into current conflicts through literature.

Lisa Ciccarello first book of poems, At Night, is forthcoming from Black Ocean. She’s the author of several chapbooks, including Worth Is the Wrong Word, recently out on Black Cake Records. Her poems have appeared in Tin House, Denver Quarterly, PEN Poetry Series, Handsome, Poor Claudia, & Corduroy Mtn, among others. Lisa edits poetry at draft: The Journal of Process.

Sarah Galvin is the author of a book of poetry called The Three Einsteins. She is a regular contributor to The Stranger Newspaper, and author of The Stranger’s Midnight Haiku poetry series, which are nether haiku nor at midnight. Her blog, The Pedestretarian, is devoted to reviews of food found on the street. She has an MFA in poetry from University of Washington. In addition to poetry and discarded food, her interests include demolition derbies, well-shined shoes, food that isn’t discarded, bouncy castles, and confetti cannons. She has a recurring nightmare about a sentient house. She can tie a bow tie and do half of the Charleston. Her poems and essays can be found in io, New Ohio Review, Dark Sky, Pinwheel, and Vice Magazine.


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