You are invited to the next installment of THE SMELL LAST SUNDAY READING SERIES,
This SUNDAY, MARCH 25th.
Followed by: There's more than one way to use your lips,
The Aleatorics of Textual-Intercourse
(also known, less glamorously, as "Poetic spin-the-bottle")
Featuring Amanda Davidson
With confirmed players
The Smell is located at
247 S. Main Street
Between 2nd and 3rd Street
The entrance is through the back, by way of the alley, west of Main Street.
The doors will open at 6:30 pm. Five dollars at the door.
The Smell Last Sunday Reading Series is curated by Stan Apps, Teresa Carmody and Ara Shirinyan.
About the Featured Readers:
Harold Abramowitz is a writer and teacher who lives in Los Angeles. His chapbook, Three Column Table, was published by Insert Press. He co-organizes Late Night Snack, a literary cabaret at BetaLevel.
Stephanie Taylor received her M.F.A. from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. She has exhibited her work internationally and is represented by Galerie Christian Nagel, Köln, Germany and by Daniel Hug Gallery, Los Angeles. Her book, Chop Shop, was recently published by Les Figues Press.
Amanda Davidson is a San Francisco writer and multi-media artist. Her work has appeared in The Capilano Review, The Odyssey Zine, Baby, Remember My Name: An Anthology of New Queer Girl Writing, and elsewhere. Her recent work includes a poem cycle and video called Goodbye, MeatPants: Imaginary Postcards from a Real War, which premiered at New Langton Arts as a part of the Performance/Writing series. Find out more at partedinthemiddle.com.