Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Observable Readings - Woodward, Gallaher, Miller

Wayne Miller says, "Only the senses sleep" . . . Find out tomorrow night!


Time: 8 p.m.

Cost: free!

Location: Schlafly Bottleworks (directions), St. Louis, MO

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March 8, 2007:
Jon Woodward, John Gallaher, Wayne Miller

Jon Woodward was born in Wichita, Kansas. He currently lives in the Boston area and works at the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology. His first book, Mister Goodbye Easter Island, was published by Alice James Books in 2003. His second book, Rain, was published by Wave Books in 2006.

John Gallaher is the author of Gentlemen in Turbans, Ladies in Cauls (Spuyten Duyvil, 2001) and the forthcoming The Little Book of Guesses (Four Way Books, 2007) winner of the Levis Poetry Prize. He is an editor of The Laurel Review.

Wayne Miller is the author of Only the Senses Sleep (New Issues, 2006) and What Night Says to the Empty Boat (GreenTower, 2005), translator of I Don't Believe in Ghosts (BOA), by Albanian poet Moikom Zeqo, and co-editor of the forthcoming anthology New European Poetry (Graywolf). Miller teaches at Central Missouri State University, where he co-edits Pleiades.


At 3/08/2007 8:08 AM, Anonymous Debra Di Blasi said...

What's that Rumpled-Stilted-Skin in the bed with you, John?

Hope you guys had fun at AWP! Did you get to smell Hung or pe? I heard my scent-hawkers were appropriately annoying some of the more conservative writers. Yay!

--Debra Di Blasi

At 3/09/2007 3:20 PM, Blogger John Gallaher said...

Indeed, Rosie bought the book and they tried to get her to smell pe and hung.

She's hunting you down to sign it as we speak.


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