Reading: Daisy Atterbury and Michelle Gurule, Saturday, November 12, 2022, 7pm

Join us on Saturday, November 12, 2022, at 7 pm at Counterpath (7935 East 14th Ave. in Denver) for a reading by Daisy Atterbury and Michelle Gurule! Free and open to the public. Light refreshments!

Michelle Gurule (she/her) is a writer and educator raised in Aurora, Colorado. She teaches writing at The University of Colorado, Boulder, and Arizona State University. A first-generation college student, Michelle earned her MFA in creative writing from the University of New Mexico in 2021. She specializes in memoir and fiction. In 2020 an excerpt from her forthcoming memoir, “Exit Route” won first place at Storyquartely’s nonfiction contest judged by T Kira Madden (author of “Long Life the Tribe of Fatherless Girls”), and her most recent fiction work can be listened to on Spotify.

Daisy Atterbury (she/they) writes about sex and space. The Kármán Line, their debut book of hybrid poetry and prose, was a Finalist for the St. Lawrence Book Award for Poetry and is forthcoming from Rescue Press in 2024. A scholar of Gender, Coloniality and Sexuality Studies in Poetry and Poetics, they teach at The School of Visual Arts (SVA), NYC and the University of Colorado, Boulder. Their poetry, interviews and scholarship have appeared in BOMB, The Paris Review Daily, Page Turner at The New Yorker and Post-45 Journal. They received an MFA at Bard College and are a doctoral candidate at The Graduate Center, CUNY.