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Sept. 24: Teicher//Languell//McClure//White//Lambert

September 17, 2013

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Craig Morgan Teicher is the author of three books, most recently To Keep Love Blurry (BOA, 2012) and the forthcoming chapbook Ambivalence and Other Conundrums.  His prose appears widely, he works at Publishers Weekly, and lives in Brooklyn with his wife and children.

Krystal Languell is a member of the Belladonna* Collaborative and edits the journal Bone Bouquet. She is the author of Call the Catastrophists (BlazeVox, 2011) and her work has appeared in esque, La Fovea, DIAGRAM and elsewhere. She is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Pratt Institute and a 2013 Emerge Surface Be fellow at The Poetry Project.

Monica McClure studied fiction, poetry, art history and literary theory at DePauw University and earned her MFA in Poetry from New York University. Her chapbooks Mood Swing and Petocha/Chiflada are forthcoming from Snacks Press Inc. and #wtfislongsdrugspress, respectively. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Los Angeles Review, Lit Review, Lambda Literary Review’s Spotlight Series, The Awl, Spork Press and elsewhere. She has taught writing at Bank Street College of Education, Bloomfield College and ASA College. With Brenda Shaughnessy, she is currently editing an anthology, Both and Neither: Biracial American Writers. She curates the Atlas Reading Series and lives in Crown Heights.

Jared White is the author of three poetry chapbooks: My Former Politics (H-NGM-N, Aug 2013), This Is What It Is Like to Be Loved by Me (Bloof, Feb 2013)  and Yellowcake (Cannibal, 2009). Jared co-owns a small press bookstore, Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop, and is the father of a baby named Roman Field White.

Ashleigh Lambert is the author of the chapbook Ambivalent Amphibians, now available from Dancing Girl Press. Her poems can also be found in Anti-, Bone Bouquet, Redivider, and Sink Review. Ashleigh was formerly an editor of InDigest magazine and co-host of the 1207 reading series.

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