Sunday, April 29, 2012
Doors open at 7:00pm - Reading begins at 7:30pm
The Good Luck Bar, 1514 Hillhurst Ave., Los Angeles, 90027 (east Hollywood/Silver Lake: corner of Hollywood & Hillhurst)
21 and over only.
RSVP (not required) at rhapsodomancyla at gmail dot com (RSVP will add you to the Rhapsodomancy email list)
$3 suggested donation at door. There will be a cash bar.
Seth Fischer's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Swink, Pank, Monkeybicycle, Gertrude, and elsewhere. He's working on a novel about a girl who accidentally raises an army and destroys the world, he's founding editor of The Splinter Generation and Webscribbler, and he's a contributing editor at The Rumpus. He also teaches and tutors and administrates and does copyediting and copywriting so that he can pay bills, but all that only works sometimes.
Louise Mathias is the author of two books of poems, Lark Apprentice (winner of the New Issues Poetry Prize) and The Traps (forthcoming from FourWay Books), as well as a chapbook, Above All Else, the Trembling Resembles a Forest (chosen by Martha Ronk for the Burnside Review Chapbook Contest). She splits her time between Joshua Tree, California and Northern Indiana.
Collier Nogues’s first book, On the Other Side, Blue, was published by Four Way Books in 2011. She has been the recipient of fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, the Ucross Foundation, and Oregon’s Fishtrap, Inc. She currently teaches at the University of California, Irvine, and lives in Long Beach.
James Warner is the author of the novel All Her Father's Guns, available from Numina Press. His short stories have appeared in Narrative, Ninth Letter, Agni Online, and elsewhere. He also writes the literary column "Standing Perpendicular" for opendemocracy.net.