Reading – Saturday December 1st at 8:00PM
the Shed Space – 366 6th Street – Park Slope -Brooklyn
Barbara Henning is the author of four novels, seven collections of poetry, four chapbooks and a series of photo-poem pamphlets. Her current poetic project, Digigrams, has been published widely (barbarahenning.com). Her most recent books are a novel Just Like That (Spuyten Duyvil 2018) and a book of poetry A Day Like Today (Negative Capability Press, 2015). She is also the editor of a book of interviews, Looking Up Harryette Mullen, and The Collected Prose of Bobbie Louise Hawkins. She lives in Brooklyn and teaches for Long Island University and writers.com.
Brenda Coultas is most recently the author of A Journal of Places (http://www.metambesen.org). Other books include The Tatters, a meditation on the end of print, published by Wesleyan University Press. From Coffee House Press, The Marvelous Bones of Time and A Handmade Museum, featuring The Bowery Project, a two-year study of one of NYC’s most infamous streets. Coultas will be the featured poet this November on Harriet, a blog published by the Poetry Foundation.
Laura Henriksen’s writing can be found in P-Queue, The Brooklyn Rail, Foundry, Jacket2, High Noon, and other places. She is the author of the chapbook Agata (Imp, 2017). Her new collaborative chapbook with Beka Goedde, Fluid Arrangements, was printed with Planthouse Gallery. She performed in the 2018 New Ear Festival and read in the 92nd St Y’s 2018 Tenth Muse event, selected by Eileen Myles. She is the founder of the Poetry Project’s Bernadette Mayer Feminist Reading Group.
Sarah Anne Wallen is a poet, bookmaker and visual artist living in Brooklyn. Her collection of poems Don’t Drink Poison was published by United Artists in 2015 and is available through spdbooks.com. Sarah completed LIU’s creative writing MFA program in 2014