Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Nile of Blood Press

If you write fiction, today is the last day to submit to The Cupboard. I LOVE The Cupboard: https://cupboard.submittable.com/submit

And this Saturday, unbuckle your seat because your head is going through the window of this reading and don't worry you will survive because the reading will turn your brain into a lounge chair on an iceburg floating down the Nile of blood:

This is the last Bad Shadow Affair before the holidays and we hope you can come. Starring our very own hottie locals Patrick Kelling and Erin Costello, pairing up with the infamous Trey Moody and James Shea. Hey! Fantastic! Bravo! Encore!

When: THIS Saturday
What Time: promptly at 7pm
Where: Lost Lake Lounge, 3602 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, Colorado 80206

Trey Moody’s first book, Thought That Nature, was selected for the 2012 Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry and is forthcoming from Sarabande Books. His most recent chapbook, co-written with Joshua Ware, is How We Remake the World (Slope Editions, 2012). He lives in Lincoln, Nebraska.

James Shea is the author of Star in the Eye (Fence Books). His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Boston Review, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, The Iowa Review, a nd Air and Water Show, a new chapbook from Convulsive Editions. He has taught at the University of Chicago, Columbia College Chicago, DePaul University, and as a poet-in residence in the Chicago public schools. He teaches at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

Erin Costello is a poet, digital artist, and web designer who holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Colorado, Boulder. In 2009 she founded SpringGun Press with Mark Rockswold: a print press for books of poetry, and a bi-annual online journal of poetry, flash fiction, and electronic literature. She has received awards for both her traditional and electronic writing and her work has been featured in various venues and publications. Originally from Northern California, she currently lives in Denver where she enjoys the incredible literary/art scene and works as an online marketer.

Patrick Kelling is a doctoral student at DU and co-editor of Gambling the Aisle. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and to Best New American Voices.

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