In Your Ear
September 15, 2019

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In Your Ear 

September 15, 2019 at 3:00PM

$5 at the Door/Free to DCAC Members

Hang out at Songbyrd afterwards!

Ah-reum Han was born in South Korea, and raised in The Gambia and Senegal, where she applied herself climbing trees and reading Enid Blyton. She has a BA in cross-cultural sociology and creative writing from Carson-Newman University and an MFA in fiction from George Mason University. Her work has appeared in Okey-Panky, StoryQuarterly, River Teeth, Fugue, and Flyway, among others. She lives and loves and writes in Virginia, where she works as a proposal manager for a tech company and as an editor for Asymptote, a journal of world literature in translation.

Chris Mason is a Baltimore poet. He is a member of three bands: The Tinklers, Coocoo Rockin Time, and the Old Songs Archaic Greek poetry translation group. Books: Poems Of A Doggy (pod books, Baltimore, 1977), Click Poems (shabby editions, London, 1982), Hum Who Hiccup (Narrow House, Baltimore, 2011), Where To From Out (Furniture Press, Baltimore, 2013), Some of the Methods Used to Perform Poetry In and Around Baltimore from the late 60’s to the Early Teens by Poets in their Late Teens to Early 60’s (Primary Writing, D.C., 2019).

Thibault Raoult (MFA, Brown) has published two books of poems—Person Hour (BlazeVOX, 2011) and Disposable Epics (Caketrain, 2014)—as well as the cross-genre text «Pro(m)bois(e)» (Opo, 2016). His poems and short fiction have appeared in Boston Review, BOMB, Denver Quarterly, New American Writing, Gulf Coast, 6×6, typo, Conjunctions, and elsewhere. At present he edits RealPoetik, records/performs experimental pop as Historic Sunsets, and teaches creative writing and literature at University of Maryland.

Phyllis Rosenzweig has lived in Washington, D.C. since 1974. Her publications include the chapbooks: Seventeen Poems (O Press, 1975); Dogs (Edge Books, 1996); Reasonable Accommodation (Potes and Poets Press, 1997); and Girls (Primary Writing Books, 2011). She and Diane Ward published the journal, Primary Writing, from 1995 to 2008. She currently edits Primary Writing Books.