Ahsahta Press 2009
--Review by Maureen Alsop.
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The Burning Chair Readings
at an undisclosed location
(at 3996 N. Frontage Road #2)
Friday, June 12, 6:30-8pm
FREE w/ refreshments
Bring Your Own Date
Farrah Field’s first book of poems, Rising, won Four Way Books’ 2007 Levis Prize. Her poems have appeared in many publications including the Mississippi Review, Margie, The Massachusetts Review, Pool, Typo, Harp & Altar, 42Opus, La Petite Zine, Sojourn, Pebble Lake Review, Another Chicago Magazine, Fulcrum, and The Pinch. She lives in Brooklyn and blogs at adultish.blogspot.com.
Jared White was born in Boston, and has lived in Brooklyn for about eight years, during which time he received an MFA in poetry from Columbia, as well as playing a fair amount of music, mostly on the piano. His poems have appeared journals in print (Another Chicago Magazine, Barrow Street, Cannibal, Fulcrum) and online journals (Coconut, Horse Less Review, Word For / Word, Verse). He also published essays on poetry and music, most recently in Harp & Altar, Open Letters, and Poets Off Poetry. He was awarded a University Writing Prize from the Academy of American Poets. A chapbook of poems, entitled Yellowcake, was in Cannibal Books' Narwhal compendium. His very occasional blog, No No Yes No Yes, can be found at jaredswhite.blogspot.com.
3996 Frontage Road #2 is just off the intersection of Joyce and College. Heading North on College, turn RIGHT on Joyce (heading East), then LEFT (North) on the access road (which is the first road to the left). It is the first building on the Right – red awnings. Faces the access road, but abuts Joyce.
It is across Joyce from the Bank of America. The access road heads toward the back of Barnes and Noble, not south toward Panera.
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