Dolack / Falck / Greenstreet / Goldstein

10 Nov

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A VERY SPECIAL STAIN OF POETRY READING AT BERL’S POETRY SHOP

D.J Dolack

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DJ Dolack’s work has appeared in journals including The Denver Quarterly, Handsome, Salt Hill and Diode. His chapbooks have been published by Eye For An Iris Press (12 Poems, 2010) and Greying Ghost Press (No Ser No., 2012), and his first full length collection, Whittling a New Face in the Dark is forthcoming from Black Ocean (August 2013). DJ has also written for Coldfront Magazine, where his video series Tourist Trap, NYC is a popular feature. He teaches writing at Baruch College, CUNY and lives in Jackson Heights, Queens.

Noah Falck

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Noah Falck is the author of Snowmen Losing Weight (BatCat Press, 2012) and Celebrity Dream Poems (Poor Claudia, 2013). His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Boston Review, Kenyon Review, the Academy of American Poets, Smartish Pace, Columbia Poetry Review, and elsewhere. He co-curates the Silo City Reading Series in an vacant grain elevator and works as Education Director at Just Buffalo Literary Center in Buffalo, New York.

Kate Greenstreet

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Kate Greenstreet is currently on the road with her third book, Young Tambling. Her previous books are The Last 4 Things and case sensitive, all with Ahsahta Press. New writing is forthcoming in Denver Quarterly and Everyday Genius. For more information, visit her site at kickingwind.com.

Laura Goldstein

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Laura Goldstein has published six chapbooks including phylum from horse less press and let her from dancing girl press, as well as poetry and essays in the Denver Quarterly, American Letters and Commentary, Tenderloin, How2, Jacket2 and other fine publications. She teaches Writing and Literature at Loyola University and is the co-curator of the Red Rover Series with Jennifer Karmin. Her first collection of poetry, loaded arc has recently been released by Trembling Pillow Press, and her second book, awesome camera, is forthcoming from Make Now Press in 2014.

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