CANCELLED: Jesse Morse, Phil Cordelli, Sarah Boyer, Aerik Francis, Monday, August 16, 2021, 7pm

Because of a Covid exposure this reading unfortunately had to be cancelled. We will reschedule ASAP!

Please join us for a reading a performance by Jesse Morse, Phil Cordelli, Sarah Boyer, and Aerik Francis at Counterpath (7935 E. 14th Ave. in Denver) on Monday, August 16, 2021, at 7pm. The event is free, open to the public, light refreshments, and safety protocols in place.

Jesse Morse’sFlash Floods are Anomalies will be published in August 2021 by Finishing Line Press. He holds a poetry PhD from University of Denver and is currently a faculty member at Clark College in Vancouver, WA. His poems and book reviews have appeared in Amerarcana, Bombay Gin,Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Golden Handcuffs Review, jacketmagazine, Page Boy, Poetry Flash, and Vanitas, among others. He reviews sports literature for Oregon Sports News.His chapbook – Rotations (part of the Eric Chavez Sonnets) – was once published by C_L Press. He plays guitar and sings in the rock band The Whirlies, and helps run 1122 Outside in Portland, Oregon, where he lives with his wife, the poet Jennifer Denrow, and their daughter Wren.

Aerik “phaentompoet” Francis is a Queer Black & Latinx poet & teaching artist based in Denver, Colorado, USA. They are event coordinator for Slam Nuba and a poetry reader for Underblong poetry journal. Aerik is a recipient of poetry fellowships from CantoMundo and The Watering Hole. They are also the recipient of the Amiri Baraka Scholarship for Naropa University’s 2019 Summer Writing Program, as well as the Robert Hayden Scholarship for Stockton University’s 2021 Winter Poetry & Prose Getaway. They have poetry published in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, Wildness, Santa Clara Review, Ghost City Press, Kissing Dynamite, and other locations and anthologies. Find them on IG/TW @phaentompoet.

Sarah Boyer is an educator, poet, artist and mother.

Phil Cordelli is a farmer and artist, and now part of this: