Anna Moschovakis and Matthew Cooperman, November 11, 2016

Please join us on Friday, November 11, 2016, at 7 p.m. for a reading by Anna Moschovakis, author of They and We Will Get Into Trouble for This (Coffee House), and Matthew Cooperman, author of Spool (Free Verse/Parlor).

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Anna Moschovakis’s most recent books are They and We Will Get Into Trouble for This (poems) and Bresson on Bresson (interviews with Robert Bresson, translated from the French). She is the author of two previous books of poems, You and Three Others Are Approaching a Lake and I Have Not Been Able to Get Through to Everyone, as well as numerous chapbooks. Other translations include books by Annie Ernaux, Albert Cossery, and Marcelle Sauvageot. She is a longtime member of Brooklyn-based publishing collective Ugly Duckling Presse, for which she edits several books a year and heads up the Dossier Series of investigative texts, and she recently co-founded Bushel, an art and community space in Delhi, NY. Her first novel, The Rejection of the Progress of Love, is forthcoming from Coffee House Press.

coopermaMatthew Cooperman is the author of five poetry collections: Spool, winner of the New Measure Prize (Free Verse Editons/Parlor Press, 2016), Imago for the Fallen World(Jaded Ibis Press, 2013), Still: Of the Earth as the Ark which Does Not Move (Counterpath, 2011), DaZE (Salt Publishing Ltd, 2006), and A Sacrificial Zinc(2001), winner of the Lena-Miles Wever Todd Prize. Four chapbooks exist as well: Little Spool, winner of the Pavement Saw Chapbook Prize (Pavement Saw, 2015), Still: (to be) Perpetual (dove|tail, 2007), Words about James (Phylum Press, 2005), and Surge, winner of the Wick Prize (Kent State University, 1998). Recent poetry and criticism have appeared in JacketNew American Writing, PleiadesPrairie SchoonerLana TurnerVOLT, Free VerseDenver Quarterly, and Gutcult, among others. A founding editor of the exploratory prose journal Quarter After Eight, he is a co-poetry editor at Colorado Review. With his wife, the poet Aby Kaupang, he curates the EveryEye reading series.