Tuesday, September 16, 2003
La Tazza 108
108 Chestnut St.
Deborah Richards has lived in Philadelphia since 1998 and completed her Masters in Creative Writing at Temple University in May 2000. Her work has been published in CHAIN, XCP- CROSS-CULTURAL POETICS, NOCTURNES, HOW2 and CALLALOO. She is the author of three chapbooks: HIDE ME FROM THE DAY (collaboration with photographer Ariana Krantzite), CUT AND SHOOT (collaboration with writer Cathleen Miller) and PARABLE. She also has a hot new book out on subpress- LAST ONE OUT.
Chris Toll is a poet who lives in Baltimore. He studied with Andrei Codrescu - during Happy Hour - the array of liquor bottles displayed in gleaming rows behind the bar, and they tried to guess how many were there. Open 24 Hours will publish his new chapbook LOVE EVERYONE. If you caught The Philly Sound Weekend, you'll remember him as part of the one-two combo of the Fuchsian fire down below (the Mason-Dixon Line) during the OPEN 24 hour.
See you there!