On October 9th, we are excited to host an evening of poetry with some out-of-town poets: Farrah Field, Dan Magers and Jared White, all from Brooklyn, along with Santa Barbara-based poet Michelle Detorie. Please join us in welcoming them to Los Angeles.
Farrah Field is the author of Rising (Four Way Books), Parents (Immaculate Disciples Press), and the forthcoming Wolf and Pilot (Four Way Books). She is co-owner of Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop and lives in Brooklyn.
Dan Magers’s first book of poems, Partyknife, is published by Birds, LLC. He is co-founder and co-editor of Sink Review, an online poetry journal, founder and editor of Immaculate Disciples Press, a handmade chapbook press focused on poetry and visual arts collaborations. He lives in Brooklyn.
Jared White grew up in Massachusetts and lives in Brooklyn. His 2009 chapbook, Yellowcake, was part of the NARWHAL anthology from Cannibal Books and a new chapbook, This Is What It Is Like To Be Loved By Me, is forthcoming from Bloof Books. He is co-owner of Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop and co-curator of Yardmeter Editions.
Michelle Detorie's works include The Poetry Booth (a public art project). Fur Birds (Insert Press), FeralScape (Dusie, 2011), Ode to Industry (Dusie/Playful Rectangle, 2009), Bellum Letters (Dusie 2008), A Coincidence of Wants (Dos Press, 2007), and How Hate Got Hand (eohippus labs, 2009), a prose collection about interspecies relationships and seabird rescue. Her visual and hypertext poetry have been included in the Infusoria and Zaoem exhibits. She lives in Santa Barbara, CA, where she edits Hex Presse and coordinates the Writing Center at Santa Barbara City College.