IN YOUR EAR

February 19
Sunday at 3 pm

$5 General/ FREE for DCAC Members

Each month In Your Ear features reading and performances by different sets of poets who draw on an avant-garde tradition. This month features readings by Daniel Owen, Ellie Tipton, and Sho Sugita.

Curated by Meg Ronan, Tony Mancus, and Mike Walsh.

Daniel Owen is a writer who lives in Brooklyn and makes books and other things with Ugly Duckling Presse. Toot Sweet (United Artists Books, 2015) is his first book of poems. Recent writing can be found in The Brooklyn RailThe Fanzine, and a Perimeter. 

Ellie Tipton is the Managing Editor of Poet Lore, America’s oldest poetry journal, and the former Poetry Editor for So To Speak: A Feminist Journal of Language and Art. Her work has appeared in Zone3, The Bennington Review, Best New Poets, Pleiades, and Drunken Boat among other places. You can read more of her poetry and find out more about her at  www.ellietipton.com   

Sho Sugita lives in Matsumoto, Japan. His recent poems and translations have appeared or are forthcoming in VOLT, Poems by Sunday, Chicago Review, 6x6, Lana Turner, Paperbag, A Perimeter, and Asymptote.

 

 

More information at: dcpoetry.com/iye

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