10 January 2007

What the frock

Switchback at AWP in February

Switchback Books presents “FROCK YOU: Poetry by Switchback and Friends,” an off-site poetry reading during the annual AWP conference in 2007. The event will take place Friday, March 2nd, at 8:00 pm at Django Lounge and Restaurant in Atlanta. Please join us in what is known as Django’s “Belly” for some poetry and general merry-making!

Current participating poets include:

Amanda Auchter
Becca Klaver
Brandi Homan
Hanna Andrews
Jackie White
Jason Bredle
Jeannine Hall Gailey
Jen Tynes
Kristin Aardsma
Kristy Bowen
Kristy Odelius
LaRaie Zimm
Mary Biddinger
Michael Robins
Simone Muench
Teresa Miller
Tony Trigilio
William Allegrezza

Live music will immediately follow the reading. To stay updated on participating poets, or for more information, please visit switchbackbooks.com or djangoatlanta.com. Hope to see you there!

5 comments:

John Gallaher said...

AWP is so early this year!

I've made no plans. I'm not even sure who's going.

Penultimatina said...

Make your plans, dang it! Now Friday night is all scheduled for you. There.

There's a NEOMFA reception on Thursday night too. I'll send you an invite. There will be live music.

I do agree that it is way too early this year. I already feel so behind and the semester hasn't even started yet.

Alan said...

I'm Alan King, a writer living in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. I have a chapbook Transfer that I hope you will consider reviewing. Writing samples are available at http://myspace.com/alanking81 and http://myspace.com/bustransfer.

If after reading the samples you are interested in reviewing Transfer, please provide a mailing address for me to send a copy.

Thank you in advance. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Until then,
Alan.

NYCKenCole@hotmail.com

John Gallaher said...

So here I am, forelorn, sitting by the mail box . . .

AWP in winter. Well, at least we're heading south.

Penultimatina said...

Unfortunately it doesn't seem to be very warm there now. Snow-free though, hopefully.