On Thursday, March 22, 7pm, see and hear four incomparable authors at Ada Books:
Steven Seidenberg is the author of Situ (Black Sun Lit), Null Set (Spooky Actions Books), Itch (Raw Art Press), and numerous chapbooks of verse and aphorism. His collections of photographs include Pipevalve: Berlin (Lodima Press) and Kanazawa Void (Daylight Books, forthcoming 2018).
Mary-Kim Arnold is a poet, writer, and visual artist. Litany for the Long Moment, her book-length experimental essay, was selected by Carla Harryman for the 2016 Essay Press Prize. Other writings have appeared in Hyperallergic, The Georgia Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. Arnold lives in Rhode Island with her husband and children.
Mairéad Byrne emigrated from Ireland to the United States in 1994. Her books include Nelson & The Huruburu Bird (Wild Honey Press), Talk Poetry (Miami University Press), SOS Poetry (/ubu editions), The Best of (What’s Left of) Heaven (Publishing Genius), You Have to Laugh: New & Selected Poems (Barrow Street), Famosa na sua cabeça, selected and translated by Dirceu Villa (Dobra Editorial), also Jennifer’s Family (Schilt), with photographer Louisa Marie Summer. She earned a PhD in Theory and Cultural Studies (Purdue University) and works as Professor of Poetry & Poetics at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence.
Sara Wintz is the author of WALKING ACROSS A FIELD WE ARE FOCUSED ON AT THIS TIME NOW (Ugly Duckling Presse) and The Lauras (sus press). She's a contributing editor of Ugly Duckling Presse’s performance art sourcebook EMERGENCY INDEX. A staff writer for the Poetry Foundation’s blog, Harriet, since 2013, she’s contributed interviews with established and emerging writers such as Dodie Bellamy, Matthew Zapruder, Cheena Marie Lo, Marianne Morris, and Adam Fitzgerald.
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