Yes! Poetry & Performance Series presents Kate Greenstreet, Paige Ackerson-Kiely, DJ Dolack, and Jennifer Karmin:
Kate Greenstreet is currently on the road with her third book, Young Tambling. Her previous books are The Last 4 Things and case sensitive, all with Ahsahta Press. Her videos can be viewed in Atticus Review, The Volta, Typo, and other places online. New writing is forthcoming in Denver Quarterly and Everyday Genius. Her site is at kickingwind.com.
Paige Ackerson-Kiely is the author of My Love is a Dead Arctic Explorer, In No One’s Land, and other works of poetry and prose. She lives in Vermont and works at a homeless shelter.
DJ Dolack is the author of WHITTLING A NEW FACE IN THE DARK (Black Ocean, 2013). His video reviews and Tourist Trap, NYC series can be found at Coldfront Magazine. He teaches writing at Baruch College and lives in Jackson Heights, Queens.
Jennifer Karmin’s multidisciplinary projects have been presented at festivals, artist-run spaces, and on city streets across the United States, Japan, Kenya, and Europe. A founding curator of the Red Rover Series, she is the author of the text-sound epic Aaaaaaaaaaalice (Flim Forum Press). Her poetry is widely published, most recently in I’ll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women (Les Figues Press), The &NOW Awards: The Best Innovative Writing (Lake Forest College Press), and as Bernadette Mayer’s assistant on The Helens of Troy, NY (New Directions). She teaches in the Creative Writing program at Columbia College and at Truman College, where she works with immigrants and refugees.
Albany Center Gallery
39 Columbia Street