Top 5 reasons to join us 8:00 tonight at the Highland Ballroom!
1.) Readings by Harmony Neal, Steven Abadin, Ms.If and Daniel Bailey
2.) DJ Salad Dressin’
3.) Music by Kiddo Lee
4.) One Sentence Story readings
5.) Joe, the best bartender in the world
Lostintheletters and OMIGODHELLOHOWAREYOU are throwing a party and you’re invited!
Readings and music will start at 8:00 pm. Stay tuned for more details.
Sunday, April 14, 8:00 pm at the Highland Ballroom!
Michael Schiavo is the author of The Mad Song and the chapbooks 275 Ocean Avenue, Beautiful School, Dandelion (Gondola), Ranges I (H_NGM_N) and Ranges II (Forklift). His poems have appeared in such places as Forklift, Ohio, The Yale Review, The Awl, The Normal School, McSweeney’s, Fourteen Hills, No Tell Motel, Drunken Boat, La Petite Zine, jubilat, Verse Daily, and the Occupy Wall Street Poetry Anthology. He’s the founding editor of The Equalizer, an occasional poetry anthology, as well as Gondola, a print ‘zine. He lives in Vermont, and works at The Bookstore in Lenox, Massachusetts. You can find him online at The Unruly Servant or@Michael_Schiavo.
Here’s a link to the poem “Jeff’s Outrageousness in Confidence Greens a Tune for Dimensions Yankee” that he wrote as a bio note for my friend Jeff Markey (scroll down).
Maggie Ginestra will be giving only her second Atlanta reading on Sunday, April 14th, and will bringing all new work!
Here’s a link to her poem featured on Drunken Boat.
Come see her read at the Highland Ballroom at 7 pm.
Here is a link to Jared Dawson’s work in “>kill author” (the best defunct lit mag on the web in our opinion).
As well as being a dinosaur wrangler, wizard, ghost and vessel for Lavonia Elberton, Jared is a widely known, widely respected poet here in Atlanta.
Come witness the greatness on April 14th. See you there!
is a poet, the managing editor of the Fanzine, and the poetry editor of Loose Change magazine. She received an MFA from San Francisco State University.
Check out one of her poems and an interview at Swine Magazine and come see her read on April 14 at the Ballroom!