Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Skin Graft Press

This was the despicable game I played in the car the other day. It's so wrong, it must be right. Right? Right? See if you can guess the game by the answers:


Massachusluts
Slut Dakota
Nebraslut
Arkanslut
Minnesluta

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Friends!

An incredible Bad Shadow is lined up for your pleasure. Poetry! Non-fiction! Non-proetry! All of it!

Featuring Eleni Sikelianos, Carmen Gimenez-Smith, Evan Lavander-Smith & Megan Nix.

THIS Saturday:
November 5 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Lost Lake Lounge, Denver


Evan Lavender-Smith is the author of From Old Notebooks and Avatar.

Megan Nix directs the young writers program at Lighthouse Writers Workshop in Denver. She received her MFA from the University of Alaska. Her work has appeared in The Iowa Review, Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction, Shadowbox Magazine and elsewhere. She sometimes updates this site with new thoughts: www.megannix.com.

Carmen Giménez Smith is the author of a memoir, Bring Down the Little Birds (University of Arizona, 2010), three poetry collections—Goodbye, Flicker (University of Massachusetts, 2012), The City She Was (Center for Literary Publishing, 2011) and Odalisque in Pieces (University of Arizona, 2009)—and three poetry chapbooks—Reason's Monster (Dusie Kollectiv, 2011), Can We Talk Here (Belladonna Books, 2011) and Glitch (Dusie Kollectiv, 2009). She has also co-edited a fiction anthology, My Mother She Killed Me, My Father He Ate Me (Penguin, 2010). She is the recipient of a 2011 American Book Award, the 2011 Juniper Prize for Poetry, and a 2011-2012 fellowship in creative nonfiction from the Howard Foundation. Formerly a Teaching-Writing Fellow at the Iowa Writers' Workshop, she now teaches in the creative writing programs at New Mexico State University and Ashland University, while serving as the editor-in-chief of the literary journal Puerto del Sol and the publisher of Noemi Press. She lives with her husband, the writer Evan Lavender-Smith, and their two children in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Eleni's bio to come. But seriously, you should know her work.

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