November Re:Verse with special guest readers Laura Goldstein and Daniela Olszewska!
Tuesday, Nov 13h we have special guest readers Laura Goldstein and Daniela Olszewska!
212 N. Roosevelt, Bloomington
Laura Goldstein’s poetry, reviews and essays can be found in American Letters and Commentary, MAKE, EAOGH, Requited, Little Red Leaves, How2, Seven Corners, Text/Sound, Rabbit Light Movies, Otoliths, CutBank Reviews, and Moria. Her newest chapbook is Let Her (Dancing Girl Press2012). Her other chapbooks are Facts of Light (Plumberries Press 2011), Day of Answers (Tir Aux Pigeons, 2009), and Ice in Intervals (Hex Press, 2008). She currently co-curates the Red Rover reading series with Jennifer Karmin and teaches Writing and Literature at Loyola University.
Daniela Olszewska is the author of four collections of poetry: cloudfang : : cakedirt (Horse Less Press, 2012) Citizen J (Artifice Books, forthcoming), True Confessions of An Escapee From The Capra Facility For Wayward Girls (Spittoon, forthcoming), and (with Carol Guess) How To Feel Confident With Your Special Talents (Black Lawrence Press, forthcoming). She sits on Switchback Books’ Board of Directors and serves as Associate Poetry Editor of H_NGM_N and Another Chicago Magazine. Daniela was born in Wroclaw, Poland and she received her MFA from the University of Alabama, but she self-identifies as a Chicagoan.