Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Spork Crown-Shaped Reading, 11/5

8:00 PM on Friday, Nov. 5th
The Project Lodge

This Friday, November 5th, the ______ Shaped Reading Series presents Laurel Bastian, John Bradley, and Seth Landman at the Project Lodge (817 East Johnson St., Madison WI). You can find more about this reading series at their blog,

LAUREL BASTIAN is the Halls Emerging Artist Fellow for 2010-2011, awarded by the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing. She is on the faculty of Madison College, teaches creative writing at the University of Wisconsin Madison, runs a creative writing program for incarcerated adults, and curates "CROSSHATXH," a new and dynamic reading series based here in Madison. You can read some of her recent publications at her website.

JOHN BRADLEY is the author of Terrestrial Music (Curbstone Press), War on Words (BlazeVOX), and You Don't Know What You Don't Know (Cleveland State University Poetry Center), winner of the 2009 Open Competition. He is the editor of three anthologies: Atomic Ghost: Poets Respond to the Nuclear Age (Coffee House Press), Learning to Glow: A Nuclear Reader (University of Arizona Press), and Eating the Pure Light: Homage to Thomas McGrath (Blackwaters Press). Bradley is the recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships and a Pushcart Prize. He teaches at Northern Illinois University.

SETH LANDMAN lives in Denver, Colorado and is a member of the Agnes Fox Press Collective. He has two chapbooks: The Wild Hawk Sea (Minutes Books, 2010), and (Laminated Cats Ltd., 2009). Other poems appear (or will appear) in jubilat, VOLT, Boston Review, Forklift, Ohio, and other places.

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