St. Rocco’s August reading at the Hudson River Coffee House with Cole Heinowitz, Caroline Crumpacker, and Aimee Harrison.
Caroline Crumpacker is a member of Belladonna Collaborative and the High Meadow School Board of Directors. She was a founding Poetry Editor of Fence magazine, an editor of the French/American online magazine DoubleChange, and a contributing editor for Circumference magazine. Her book is Astrobolism from Belladonna. She has also published the chapbooks Recherche Theories (Etherdome Press, 2010), The Institution in Her Twilight (Dusie Kollectiv, 2011) and Upon Nostalgia (Belladonna*, 2011). Caroline is helping to organize a poetic literacy conference and podcast series with Fence and the Flow Chart Foundation.
Aimee Harrison‘s fiction and poetry have appeared in journals such as the Lifted Brow, Indefinite Space, and The Inman Review. She is a co-founder of Small Po[r]tions Journal, and a co-founder of St Rocco’s Reading Series.
Cole Heinowitz is the translator of Advice from 1 Disciple of Marx to 1 Heidegger Fanatic (Wave Books, 2013) and the author of three books of poetry, Daily Chimera (Incommunicado Press, 1995), Stunning in Muscle Hospital (Detour Press, 2002), and The Rubicon (The Rest Press, 2008). Her poetry has appeared in journals including Fence, HOW2, The Brooklyn Rail, The Poker, Factorial!, 6X6, Highway Robbery, Mirage 4 Period(ical), and Clock. Heinowitz is also the author of the critical study, Spanish America and British Romanticism, 1777-1826: Rewriting Conquest (Edinburgh University Press, 2010). Other critical writings have appeared in the journals European Romantic Review and Revista Hispánica Moderna, and in the collections Romanticism and the Anglo-Hispanic Imaginary (Rodopi Press) and “Sullen Fires Across the Atlantic:” Essays in British and American Romanticism (RomanticCircles Praxis Series). Heinowitz is Associate Professor of Literature at Bard College.
Hudson River Coffee House
227 Quail Street