14 March 2013

Gevirtz / Giles / Thomas-Glass

You should go to this on Friday!

708 Montgomery Street (at Columbus)
San Francisco, CA 94111
3rd Friday Nights (Yes it’s new!)
March 15th, 2013

Susan Gevirtz/
Samantha Giles / Dan Thomas-Glass

Doors open at 7 pm. Reading at 7:30
Donation $6 (No one turned away for lack of funds).

Susan Gevirtz
’s books include AERODROME ORION & Starry Messenger (Kelsey St., 2010), BROADCAST (Trafficker, 2009), Thrall (Post Apollo, 2007), Coming Events, Collected Writing, is forthcoming from Nightboat. She teaches at California College of the Arts and Mills College. Gevirtz has co-organized the annual translation and conversation meeting of The Paros Symposium with Greek poet Siarita Kouka, and guest organizers for eight years.

Samantha Giles grew up in an industrial section of Santa Monica, California and currently lives in the flatlands of Oakland, CA. She is a graduate of the School of Social Work at San Francisco State and holds an MFA from Mills College. She is the author of hurdis addo (Displaced Press, 2011)-- a winner of the Sexiest Poem awarded by CAConrad-- and the forthcoming deadfalls and snares from Futurepoem. Since 2009, she has been the Director of Small Press Traffic.

Dan Thomas-Glass
lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife Kate and their daughters Sonia and Alma. He is the author of The Great American Beatjack Volume I (Perfect Lovers Press 2012), Kate & Sonia (in the months before our second daughter's birth) (Little Red Leaves Textile Series 2012), Seaming (Furniture Press 2011), and 880 (Deep Oakland Editions 2010). He edits the journal of postindustrial poetics With + Stand, works as a school administrator, eats Mexican food joyously, is a devoted Warriors and 49ers fan, once wrote a dissertation on language poetry and rap music, and these days writes mostly about the musical dilation of time and faith that is being a parent.

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