Thursday, August 26 @ 7:30pm
Social Justice Center
33 Central Avenue
Sarah Giragosian earned an MFA in poetry from Boston University. She has
interned as an assistant editor at Boston Review and recently had the
opportunity to assist Professor Robert Shaw with editing his text, Blank Verse:
A Guide to its History and Use, published through Ohio University Press. Her
work has appeared in The New York Times. She is a PhD candidate at SUNY Albany.
Jennifer Karmin’s text-sound epic, Aaaaaaaaaaalice,...was published by Flim
Forum Press in 2010. She curates the Red Rover Series and is co-founder of the
public art group Anti Gravity Surprise. Her multidisciplinary projects have been
presented at festivals, artist-run spaces, community centers, and on city
streets across the U.S., Japan, and Kenya. A proud member of the Dusie
Kollektiv, she is the author of the Dusie chapbook Evacuated: Disembodying
Katrina. Walking Poem, a collaborative street project, is featured online at
How2. In Chicago, Jennifer teaches creative writing to immigrants at Truman
College and works as a Poet-in-Residence for the public schools.
Maryrose Larkin lives in Portland, Oregon, where she works as a freelance
researcher. She is the author of Inverse (nine muses books, 2006), Whimsy
Daybook 2007 (FLASH+CARD, 2006), The Book of Ocean (i.e. press, 2007) and DARC
(FLASH+CARD, 2009. Larkin is one of the organizsers of Spare Room, a
Portland-based writing collective, and is co-editor, with Sarah Mangold, of
FLASH+CARD, a chapbook and ephemera poetry press. Her new book, The Name of This
Intersection is Frost, is forthcoming from Shearsman Books.