Tuesday, November 2, 2010

November 12th: Emily Kendal Frey, Sarah Bartlett, & Dean Gorman + Music by Krislyn Dillart

Welcome to our new blog for The Switch! This next reading will be by a couple of our favorites here in town: Emily Kendal Frey, Sarah Bartlett, and Dean Gorman. Check the info below, and come back to read about past events too. xox - P

Friday, Nov 12th
@ 7:30 p.m.
Emily Kendal Frey
Sarah Bartlett
Dean Gorman

+ Music by Tara Williamson
Featured artwork by Krislyn Dillart

Bring your own what-have-yous
including your listening ears (a must)

Emily Kendal Frey is the author of AIRPORT (Blue Hour 2009), FRANCES (Poor Claudia 2010), and THE NEW PLANET (Mindmade Books 2010) as well as three chapbook collaborations. Her first full-length collection, THE GRIEF PERFORMANCE, will be published by Cleveland State University Poetry Center in 2011. A two-volume chapbook series entitled THE PAIN ARCHIVIST will be published by Cinematheque in 2011 as well. She lives in Portland, Oregon.


Sarah Bartlett lives in Portland, OR. Her chapbook (co-written with Chris Tonelli), A Mule-Shaped Cloud, was published by horse less press in 2008. Her recent work has appeared or is forthcoming in NOÖ, Burnside Review, Raleigh Quarterly, Coconut, Sir!, Sixth Finch, Diagram, and elsewhere.


Dean Gorman lives in Portland, Oregon, where he plays in the bands The Tumblers, and Sweet William's Ghost. His poems and essays have appeared in Forklift Ohio, Gulf Coast, and Octopus, among other places. He is co-founder and former co-editor of Pilot Books and is a graduate of the writing program at Vermont College of Fine Arts.

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