Three poets, a folk act, and a “a chance at ecstatic communion with the void” tomorrow at the If Not for Kidnap house in Portland, OR tomorrow!
8/16/12, 7:30 PM, 3968 SE Mall St.
INFK is a reading series/house party hybrid hosted by Donald Dunbar, Jamalieh Haley, and Ethan Saul Bull.
Here’s what they’ve got to say about the guests:
K. Silem Mohammad is the author of the poetry collections The Front, Breathalyzer, Deer Head Nation, and A Thousand Devils. He is the editor of Abraham Lincoln, a magazine of poetry, and the faculty editor of West Wind Review at Southern Oregon University.
Elizabeth J. Colen is the author of poetry collections Money for Sunsets and Waiting Up for the End of the World: Conspiracies, as well as flash fiction collection Dear Mother Monster, Dear Daughter Mistake. Other things you should know: she has had plastic surgery, once got stabbed before a Dead Milkmen show, is related to two dead presidents, has no interest in pie or potatoes, but likes porn, pawn shops, pools and power plays, and once pinched enough money from a large corporation to be considered a level-three felon.
Aaron Teel is the author of Shampoo Horns, winner of the Sixth Annual Rose Metal Press Short Short Chapbook Contest. His work has appeared in Tin House, Smokelong Quarterly, Monkeybicycle, Matter Press, Brevity Magazine, North Texas Review, Side B Magazine and Art Prostitute, among others.
Nick Caceres has been writing and performing folk music in his home town of Portland oregon since he was 15. He released a number of albums including Hours Of Life in 2006, then went on to form Gratitillium, which released an album locally on Tender Loving Empire records as well as a self release, touring the west coast in 2010. He’s since turned back to his folk music and has plans for a full length, self produced release here in Portland before he intends to travel again to share and pursue his art.
INFK is BYOB and donation-based!