UNICORN PIZZA: A reading series from Ink Press Productions! We ask the burning questions like, "What is a unicorn?"
The series is free - please bring cash for pass the hat to support the performers!
We are honored to present:
Anne Cecelia Holmes is the author of The Jitters (horse less press, 2015) and three chapbooks: Dead Year (Sixth Finch, 2016), Junk Parade(dancing girl press, 2012), and I Am A Natural Wonder (with Lily Ladewig; Blue Hour Press, 2011). Her poems have appeared in Gulf Coast, jubilat, Conduit, Denver Quarterly, and The Atlas Review, among other places. She recently moved to the DC area from Western Massachusetts.
Dylan Kinnett is a writer, spoken word performance artist, and the foundingeditor of Infinity's Kitchen. His writing seeks to alter traditional literary forms with the use of media, hypertext, and performance. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
Becca Klaver is the author of the poetry collections Empire Wasted, just out from Bloof Books, and LA Liminal (Kore Press, 2010), as well as several chapbooks. She studied poetry and other things at the University of Southern California (BA), Columbia College Chicago (MFA), and Rutgers University (PhD). She was a founding editor of Switchback Books and is currently co-editing the multimedia poetry anthology Electric Gurlesque. This fall, she's curating a lecture series called Tiny Talks at Berl's Poetry Shop in Brooklyn. In the spring, she will be the Arts & Sciences Distinguished Visiting Writer at Bowling Green State University.
Marion Winik is the author of FIRST COMES LOVE (Random House, 1996) and THE GLEN ROCK BOOK OF THE DEAD (Counterpoint, 2008.) Her other books are TELLING (Random House, 1994); THE LUNCH-BOX CHRONICLES (Random House, 1998); RULES FOR THE UNRULY (Simon and Schuster, 2001); ABOVE US ONLY SKY (Seal Press, 2005) and HIGHS IN THE LOW FIFTIES: HOW I STUMBLED THROUGH THE JOYS OF SINGLE LIVING (Globe Pequot Press, 2013). She has also published two books of poetry, NONSTOP and BOYCRAZY. Winik's "Bohemian Rhapsody" column appears monthly at BaltimoreFishbowl.com, and her essays and articles have been published widely. A professor in the MFA program at the University of Baltimore, Winik was the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Creative Non-Fiction and has been inducted into the Texas Institute of Letters. She has appeared on the Today Show, Politically Incorrect and Oprah.