Monday, April 25, 2011

Michelle Taransky's Major! 

Michelle Taransky is featured in today's Philadelphia Inquirer as one of seven reasons why Philly is a major poetry producer.

Check it out check it out!

- Frank Sherlock

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Sunday 4/17- Julian Brolaski & Trisha Low featuring Juan & The Pines 

Julian Brolaski Book Release Party

Sunday April 17 at 8pm

Night Flag presents
Julian Brolaski & Trisha Low
featuring Juan & The Pines
624 S. 6th St. (2nd Floor)

Julian T. Brolaski's new book gowanus atropolis has just been released from Ugly Duckling Presse. Advice for Lovers is forthcoming from City Lights in 2011. Brolaski lives in Brooklyn where xe is an editor at Litmus Press and plays music with Juan & the Pines.

Trisha Low is a student in Philadelphia who appreciates the difference between restraint and restraints. And she's talking about poetry, ok? Low is the author of the chapbook Confessions [of a Variety] (Gauss PDF, 2010) and her poems have appeared, or are forthcoming from Against Expression: An Anthology of Conceptual Writing, Thirteen Myna Birds and HEAT MAP magazine.

Come for the poems. Come for the music. Come for the book. See you there.

- Frank Sherlock

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