Steve Orth, Carrie Hunter, Kate Robinson, Madalyn Merkey
Readings by Steve Orth and Carrie Hunter, with an introduction by Kate Robinson and music by Madalyn Merkey.
Presented in partnership with UC Berkeley Poetry Colloquium.
Friday, January 22, 2021
(Pacific Standard Time)
Online via Zoom
NOTES ON ACCESsIBILITY
Full closed captioning available for all Zoom events.
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Steve Orth writes fiction, poetry and plays. His chapbooks include Cyborg Legs (OMG!), A Perfect Day For Scottie Pippen (Cookie Books), and Lust For Life (Travelin' Lite.) He has edited the DIY literary magazine Where Eagles Dare, curated Hybrid Moments reading series, and co-edited Summer BF Press with Lindsey Boldt. THE LIFE & TIMES OF STEVE ORTH (Dogpark Collective) is his first book.
Carrie Hunter received her MFA/MA in the Poetics program at New College of California, was on the editorial board of Black Radish Books, and edited the chapbook press, ypolita press, for 11 years. She has two books out with Black Radish Books, The Incompossible and Orphan Machines, and has published around 15 chapbooks. Her third full length book, Vibratory Milieu came out with Nighboat in 2020.
Kate Robinson is a writer and interdisciplinary book artist in Oakland, CA where she publishes books as one third of Dogpark Collective and co-curates Sponge Reading Series.
Madalyn Merkey is a composer and performer of live computer music based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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