Date and Time:
Wed, 12 Dec 2018 07:00 PM - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 09:00 PM
Join us at the cozy Grayhaven for an evening of reading from four talented local writers. About the authors:
Joe Hall is a writer, researcher, and deprofessionalized academic. He is the author of three collections of poetry: Someone’s Utopia, The Devotional Poems, and Pigafetta Is My Wife (Black Ocean 2013 & 2010). With Chad Hardy, he co-authored The Container Store Vols I & II (SpringGun 2012). With Cheryl Quimba, he co-authored May I Softly Walk (Poetry Crush 2014). With Ryan Kaveh Sheldon and Angela Veronica Wong, he runs Hostile Books, a publishing collective dedicated to radical materiality.
Gina Keicher is the author of the poetry collection Wilderness Champion (Gold Wake Press) and two chapbooks from Dancing Girl Press–Here Is My Adventure I Call it Alone (2015) and Ars Herzogica (2018). Her writing has appeared in various print and online publications. Poems have been included on Verse Daily and in the Best of the Net Anthology. Gina graduated from Syracuse University’s MFA program in Creative Writing, where she was the Lou Reed/Delmore Schwartz Scholar. Currently, she is an associate editor for Black Lawrence Press.
Jennifer Savran Kelly writes, binds books, and works as a production editor at Cornell University Press. She’s written for film and print, and her fiction has appeared in FLAPPERHOUSE, Green Mountains Review, Iron Horse Literary Review, Grist: A Journal of the Literary Arts (Online Companion), and elsewhere. She was honored to receive a 2018 grant from the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund for her novel-in-progress Endpapers.
Jacob White is the author of the story collection Being Dead in South Carolina, and his fiction and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in places like Prairie Schooner, The Georgia Review, Crazyhorse, Juked, The Literary Review, Shenandoah, Cimarron Review, Salt Hill , Denver Quarterly, and The Sewanee Review, from whom he received the Andrew Lytle Prize. He has received honorable mentions in both Best American Short Stories and The Pushcart Prize anthologies, as well as the Donald Barthelme Memorial Fellowship in Fiction from the University of Houston and the Father William Ralston Fellowship from The Sewanee Writers’ Conference. He co-edited Green Mountains Review from 2011-2013, lives in Ithaca, and recommends Cottage 9.
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