ELIZABETH SCANLON, KELLY MCQUAIN, ERIC NORRIS @ Fergie’s 1/22/14!

I am reading in January 2014 with two exciting poets in Philadelphia! #poetry reading
Here are details:

1/22/14. “MOONSTONE POETRY @ FERGIE’S PUB: NEW YEAR, NEW IDEAS” featuring KELLY MCQUAIN, ELIZABETH SCANLON& ERIC NORRIS. Wed., 1-22-14. The event will begin at 7 pm; open mic to follow. Fergie’s Pub, 1214 Sansom Street, Philadelphia.

ELIZABETH SCANLON is an Editor of The American Poetry Review. Her new chapbook, Odd Regard, is available from ixnay press. Her newest play, Everyone and I, based on the work of Frank O’Hara, premiered at the Kimmel Center in 2013. She also teaches poetry at The University of the Arts.

ERIC NORRIS travels from New York to Philly to join the reading. Eric is the author of 3 books: Terence, Nocturnal Omissions—with Gavin Geoffrey Dillard, and Cock Sucking (On Mars). He is presently putting the finishing touches on his fourth book, Mad Boys. He is a founding editor of the online poetry journal Kin (wearekin.org). Eric is also a co-host of the Carmine Street Metrics reading series at The Bowery Poetry Club in New York City.

KELLY MCQUAIN’s chapbook, Velvet Rodeo, was recently selected as winner of Bloom Press’s poetry prize. His poems appear in The Pinch, Weave, Painted Bride Quarterly, Assaracus, Kin and Mead, as well as in such anthologies as Drawn to Marvel and Rabbit Ears: TV Poems. His fiction has appeared in Best American Erotica and Men on Men 2000. Recently his poem, “Camping as Boys in the Cow Field”, was selected as the winner of Redivider’s AWP poetry contest. McQuain is a professor at Community College of Philadelphia.

Here is a link to a sound file of one of Eric’s poems: http://www.everseradio.com/horace-eric-thomas-norris/

Here is the mural on Fergie’s Pub. If you find this, you are almost there!
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