WEDNESDAY, MAY 28th, 8-10pm
LAME HOUSE PRESS will be featured in the Cup and Pen series at Think Coffee. JIM BEHRLE will be wearing his Gina Myers outfit & play host and maybe read some poems too. Other readers include DUSTIN WILLIAMSON, ARLO QUINT, FRANKLIN BRUNO, and GABRIELLA TORRES. (See bios below.)
All currently available LAME HOUSE titles will be available for sale at discounted prices and you will also have the opportunity to pick up two titles in advance of their publication: Franklin Bruno's POLICY INSTRUMENT and Kate Greenstreet's THIS IS WHY I HURT YOU (very limited copies will be available).
Please come out and enjoy a night of free readings & support small presses & the Cup and Pen reading series.
248 Mercer St and 3rd Street, NY 10012BDFV to Broadway Lafayette/6 to Bleeker/ NRW to Prince Street(212) 228-6226
www. thinkcoffeenyc. com
DUSTIN WILLIAMSON is the author of some chapbooks, including Cab Ass'n (Lame House) and Exhausted Grunts (Cannibal Books). He occasionally publishes Rust Buckle books and magazines and curates the Zinc Talk Reading Series.
GABRIELLA TORRES is author of the Lame House chapbook Sister. Her poems have recently appeared in MiPoesias, Sink Review, Cannibal and Past Simple and are forthcoming on Bateau. She currently lives in Brooklyn where she co-edits the tiny with Gina Myers.
ARLO QUINT is the author of Days On End (Open 24 Hours) and Photogenic
Memory (Lame House Press).
FRANKLIN BRUNO is the author of a book of criticism, Armed Forces (Continuum Press) and two chapbooks of poetry, MF/MA (Seeing Eye Press) and Policy Instrument (Lame House). His writing, of various kinds, has appeared in The Hat, Vanitas, Faucheuse, The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Village Voice and Slate, and in the collections Intersections - Innovative Poetry in Southern California (Green Integer) and Listen Again: A Momentary History of Pop Music (Duke). Recent musical projects include the theme to the upcoming Adult Swim series Snake 'n' Bacon, and Civics (Tight Ship), the first album by his new band The Human Hearts. He is currently living out of boxes in preparation for a move from the Hudson Valley to Jackson Heights.
Info on the Cup & Pen series here.