One more Philadelphia talk scheduled! See below:
SUE LANDERS (Brooklyn)
Sue Landers is the author of 248 mgs, a panic picnic and Covers, both from O Books. Her new chapbook, “15: A Poetic Engagement with the Chicago Manual of Style” is forthcoming from Propolis Press. She grew up in Germantown and now lives in Brooklyn.
MAUREEN THORSON (Washington, DC)
Maureen Thorson is a poet, publisher, and book designer living in Washington, D.C. She is the author of the chapbooks Twenty Questions for the Drunken Sailor, Mayport, and Novelty Act. Maureen is the publisher and editor of Big Game Books, a small press dedicated to emerging poets. She is also the co-curator of the In Your Ear reading series at the DC Arts Center and the founder of NaPoWriMo, an annual project in which poets attempt to write a poem a day for the month of April.
ADRIENNE SKYE ROBERTS (San Francisco)
Adrienne Skye Roberts is a writer, curator and educator committed to engaging queer, anti-racist politics through the arts. Her work focuses broadly on issues of identity and place; specifically this includes the role of the artist in shifting urban landscapes, the relationship between public art and urban politics, the visuality of race, mobility and the myth of the American frontier. Her writing is published on SF MOMA’s Open Space, Art Practical, Plastic Antinomy: Visual Arts in San Francisco and Oakland and Make/Shift: Feminisms in Motion. She teaches in the sculpture department at UC Santa Cruz and organizes with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners.