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An Evening with Krupskaya


We're celebrating 25 years of Krupskaya Books! Join us for the launch of three new titles: The Dogs by Noah Ross, Cinders by Maria Sledmere, and Comeback Death by Jennifer Soong, with readings by the authors.

A full run of Krupskaya’s publications will be on view from SPT’s archive.


This event will be simultaneously livestreamed.

Friday, May 10 | 7:00 pm, Livestream at 7:30 pm
Friday, May 10, 2024
7:00 pm


Et al.
2831a Mission St, SF


Et al.'s exhibition spaces are on the ground floor; the entrance and bathrooms are wheelchair-accessible.

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Jennifer Soong

Jennifer Soong's most recent collections include Comeback Death (Krupskaya, 2024) and Suede Mantis / Soft Rage (Black Sun Lit, 2022). Originally from New Jersey, she currently lives in Denver, where she is completing a critical book about the relationship between poetry and forgetting for the University of Chicago Press.

Maria Sledmere

Maria Sledmere is an artist, editor, educator and writer based in Glasgow, Scotland. She is the author of over twenty creative publications including Cinders (KRUPSKAYA, 2024), An Aura of Plasma Around the Sun (Hem Press, 2023), Cocoa and Nothing - with Colin Herd (SPAM Press, 2023), Visions & Feed (HVTN Press, 2022) and The Luna Erratum (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2021). With Rhian Williams, she co-edited the anthology the weird folds: everyday poems from the anthropocene (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2020) and with Aaron Kent the anthology The Last Song: Words for Frightened Rabbit (Broken Sleep, 2023). Maria lectures in English & Creative Writing at the University of Strathclyde, is managing editor of SPAM Press and teaches writing workshops for Beyond Form and the87press. She was recently included in the Saltire Society’s ‘40 under 40’ list celebrating ‘outstanding Scottish creatives’, and has a DFA in Creative Writing from the University of Glasgow.

Noah Ross

Noah Ross is a poet in the East Bay, the author of The Dogs (Krupskaya, 2024), Active Reception (Nightboat Books, 2021), and Types (Nion Editions, 2021). Noah edits Baest: a journal of queer forms & affects.

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