Please join us on Friday, October 6, 2017, at 7:30 pm for a reading featuring Meghan Lamb, Erinrose Mager, Sueyeun Juliette Lee, and Robert Kloss (with visuals by Jason Pappariella).

Meghan Lamb is the recipient of an MFA in Fiction from Washington University and the 2018 Philip Roth Residence in Creative Writing. She is the author of the novel Silk Flowers (Birds of Lace, 2017), the poetry chapbook Letter to Theresa (dancing girl press, 2016), and the novella Sacramento (Solar Luxuriance, 2014). Her work has been featured in DIAGRAM, Passages North, Redivider, The Collagist, Nat. Brut, Black Sun Lit, and elsewhere.

Erinrose Mager’s fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in The Collagist, Passages North, Necessary Fiction, and DIAGRAM. She is co-editor of The Official Catalog of the Library of Potential Literature (Lit Pub Books, 2012) and Creative Writing/Literature PhD candidate at the University of Denver. She received her MFA and Senior Fiction Fellowship from Washington University in St. Louis.

Sueyeun Juliette Lee grew up three miles from the CIA. A former Pew Fellow in the Arts for Literature, her books include That Gorgeous Feeling (Coconut), Underground National (Factory School), and Solar Maximum (Futurepoem) as well as numerous chapbooks. She founded Corollary Press, a chapbook series dedicated to innovative multi-ethnic writing, and writes reviews for The Constant Critic, a project of Fence Books. Her critical essays explore Asian American contemporary poetics as well as the imaginations of spaces and time. She has held arts residencies in poetry, dance, and video art in Hafnarborg (Iceland), Kunstnarhuset Messen (Norway), and UCross Foundation (Wyoming). She currently works at a women’s shelter in Denver. You can find her at silentbroadcast.com

Robert Kloss is the author of The Alligators of Abraham, The Revelator, and The Woman Who Lived Amongst the Cannibals.

 
 

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