27th May at 19h30: READING: After-IVY (http://ivywritersparis.blogspot.com)
at Le Next, 17 rue Tiquetonne, 75002 Paris, m° Etienne Marcel or Les Halles:
After-IVY event !
Le Next & IVY Writers
Mary Ellen GALLAGHER,
Christine HERZER, Elisa MCCOOL, Jonathan REGIER, & Jennifer K. DICK
2 June: group reading for Van Gogh's Ear, 7pm at: Shakespeare and Company, 37 rue de la Bûcherie, 75005 Paris. Tel: 01 43 25 40 93 www.shakespeareco.org:
Margo Berdeshevsky, Jennifer K. Dick,
Michelle Notebloom & Roberta Vellvé
BIOS for both events, in alphabetical order:
Margo Berdeshevsky is the author of But a Passage in Wilderness (The Sheep Meadow Press, 2007) and has received among others, the Robert H. Winner Award from the Poetry Society of America, five Pushcart Prize nominations, and the FC2 Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Prize for Beautiful Soon Enough, to be released in 2009. Her work is published widely, most recently in Agni, Kenyon Review, Poetry International. and The Southern Review. A lifelong traveler, her novel Vagrant, is at the next gate, from Red Hen Press. Paris is home. June 2nd reading.
Jennifer K Dick, author of the book Fluorescence, the chapbook Retina / Rétine & eBook Enclosures will read from new work in progress. She teaches at École Polytechnique & Lille III, has been nominated for three Pushcart Prizes, & is just finished with her PhD in comparative literature, which should be defended in fall 2008! Both readings.
Mary Ellen Gallagher moved to
Christine Herzer is working on her MFA in poetry at
Elisa McCool, editor in chief of Come Hither magazine, hails from June 2nd reading.
Michelle Notebloom won the 2006 Heartland Poetry Prize for her first book Edging (Cracked Slab Books). Other work has appeared in Verse, Fence,
June 2nd reading.
Jonathan Regier is the author of the forthcoming Three Years From Upstate (Six Gallery Press, October 2008: www.sixgallerypress.com) & is hard at work on a new collection based on Tristan & Iseult. His work combines elements of storytelling with poetry. This will be his first reading in
Roberta Vellvé was born in