WHAT ARE YOU DREAMING OF AND WATCHING
BONUS POINTS: MOMENTS IN WHICH THE WORLD STARTLED YOU FOR FIFTEEN SECONDS; YESTERDAY I WAS STARTLED IN THE EVENING BY A WOMAN WITH A BUBBLE UMBRELLA ACROSS THE STREET FROM KFC; MOMENTS FROM THE LAST 3563 YEARS ALL ELIGIBLE
Saturday, November 28th at 5:00 PM SHARP!
(please note the early start time)
at The Pierre Menard Gallery, Cambridge, MA
Dan Boehl lives in Austin. He writes poems, novels, art reviews, and is a founding editor of the publishing company, Birds, LLC.
Read a poem by Dan at Ink Node - http://www.inknode.com/piece/139-dan-boehl-self-improvement
Read 3 poems by Dan at Ekleksographia - http://ekleksographia.ahadadabooks.com/issuetwo/authors/dan_boehl.html
Mike Young is the author of We Are All Good If They Try Hard Enough (Publishing Genius 2010) and the chapbook MC Oroville's Answering Machine (Transmission Press 2009). He co-edits NOÖ Journal and Magic Helicopter Press. Visit him online at http://mike.noojournal.com.
Read a poem by Mike at Night Train - http://www.nighttrainmagazine.com/contents/young_8_1.php
Read a poem by Mike at No Tell Motel - http://notellmotel.org/poem_single.php?id=1697_0_1_0
Lily Ladewig's poems have appeared in Drunken Boat, Invisible Ear, Juked, and THERMOS Blog, among other places. She is currently finishing her MFA at UMass Amherst where she teaches undergraduates how/how not to read and write poems. In her spare time she also teaches yoga and blogs about poetry and pop culture on http://lilyladewig.wordpress.
Read some poems by Lily at Drunken Boat - http://www.drunkenboat.com/db10/08poe/ladewig/
As always, limited edition coinsides (tiny broadsides) will be available at the reading and through the Brave Men Press website.
All readings are free and open to the public. Wine and bullfights guaranteed if you get there early.
All readings are held at the Pierre Menard Gallery,
10 Arrow Street, Cambridge MA
Contact Brian Foley with any questions at email@example.com
For more information, visit – www.thedeepmoatreadingseries.
Hope to see you there,
The Deep Moat Reading Series is part of the Boston Poetry Collective.
For other readings from the Boston Poetry Collective go to: http://bostonpoetry.blogspot.