Laura Cronk, winner of the 2011 Lexi Rudnitsky First Book Prize for Having Been an Accomplice, read work from the soon to be published collection (Persea Books). She described some of the poems as “dream-inspired.”
Poet and co-curator of the Monday Night Poetry Series at KGB Bar Megin Jimenez (left) read “A Reader’s Guide to Exile,” “Copywriter,” “They Were All Love Stories,” and “Love Story,” in addition to poems from her chapbook, Arcana, based on major figures of the Tarot.
Cynthia Arrieu-King (left) read selections from People Are Tiny in Paintings of China and three new poems. Her second book, Manifest, was selected by Harryette Mullen for the 2012 Gatewood Prize and will be published by Switchback Books in 2013.
Zachary Schomburg read poems from his third collection, Fjords Vol. 1. Author of The Man Suit and Scary, No Scary, Schomburg is currently giving readings across the country, and his fourth book, The Book of Joshua, is forthcoming.
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