Our good friends over at the Yes, Reading! are setting up shop at the Social Justice Center this coming Friday, February 24 with three authors releasing their new books, the photogrpahy of Kim Dunham, and some home brew. This is going to be a great event that should not be missed.
Yes! Poetry and Performance Series
Friday, February 24th at 8pm
Albany Social Justice Center, 33 Central Avenue
Come celebrate the new books of 3 local authors: Lori Anderson Moseman, NF Huth, and Julianna Spallholz.
Also: the photos of Kim Dunham!
and more home brew from Aaron Wittman!
See you there!
Lori Anderson Moseman‘s new book is All Steel (Flim Forum). Anderson Moseman is the author of Temporary Bunk (Swank Books), Persona (Swank Books), Cultivating Excess (The Eighth Mountain Press) and Walking the Dead (Heaven Bone Press). She’s been a forester tech, a farm reporter, educator and editor. She founded Stockport Flats press in the wake of Federal Disaster #1649, a flood along the Delaware River.
NF Huth is the author of Radiator (Laughing/Ouch/Cube, an imprint of Leafe Press), and the chapbooks, 3 Words (Serif of Nottingham Editions), A Space for It (from the This is Visual Poetry series), and sansound (dbqp). She publishes found sound at clickbuzzchirp.blogspot.com, and images that are pointy and blue at pointyblue.tumblr.com. She lives and writes in a strangely stone house in Schenectady, New York.
Julianna Spallholz has collaborated and performed her short and very short fiction with musicians, visual artists, a DJ, and a chef. Her work has appeared in Caketrain, Denver Quarterly, the Indigest podcast series, and elsewhere. She teaches writing and English in upstate New York and is at work on a second collection of short fictions. The State of Kansas, her debut collection, was published by GenPop Books.
Kim Dunham‘s photographs have been featured at various local shows and at All Over Albany. You can find her work via Flickr, as well as on her blog:www.kimshappyaccidents.blogspot.com.
For those on Facebook, here is the event announcement.
Photo credit: Kim Dunham