Monday, October 05, 2009

Susan Tepper, Doug Holder, Gloria Mindock, Pam Laskin, Martin Golan to read in NYC at KGB BAR OCT 9,2009 7PM

KGB Bar, 85 East 4th Street New York City, NY
October 09, 2009
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Doug Holder is the founder of the Ibbetson St. Press. His poetry and prose have appeared in The Boston Globe, Rattle, Cafe Review, The New Renaissance, Home Planet News, Boog City, Poetry Bay, Word Riot and many others. He holds an M.A. in Literature from Harvard University, and recently released: “From the Paris of New England: Interviews with Poets and Writers.”

Pamela L. Laskin is a lecturer in the English Department at The City College, as well as director of The Poetry Outreach Center. She is a published author of five picture books and four volumes of poetry, most recently, SECRETS OF SHEETS (Plain View Press) and GHOSTS, GOBLINS, GODS AND GEODES. (World Audience Press.) LIFE ON THE MOON: MY BEST FRIEND’S SECRETS, a textbook of teen fiction that she edited, will be published in the fall.

Susan Tepper’s collection DEER & Other Stories has just been published by Wilderness House Press. A five-time Pushcart Prize nominee, she’s had fiction and poetry in American Letters & Commentary, Green Mountains Review, Salt Hill, New Millennium Writings, Crannog and elsewhere. Cervena Barva Press published her chapbook Blue Edge (2006). Susan is assistant editor of Istanbul Literary Review.

Martin Golan’s latest book is Where Things Are When You Lose Them, a collection of stories. It follows his novel, My Wife’s Last Lover, which was No. 1 on Amazon’s best-seller list for Montclair for over a year. You can read about him at

HOST: Gloria Mindock is the author of three full-length poetry collections, Blood Soaked Dresses (Ibbetson Street, 2007), Nothing Divine Here (U Soku Stampa, Montenegro, 2009), and At the Heaven’s Gates, (Cogito Press, Romania, 2009). She is editor of Cervena Barva Press, and the Istanbul Literary Review. Her work has been widely published in the US and abroad.

No comments:

Post a Comment