Friday. We launch.

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k | f | b FRIDAYS | THIS FRIDAY  k | f | b 2018 SPRING CHAPBOOK LAUNCH

ROXANNA BENNETT UNSEEN GARDEN JOHN STINTZI THE MACHETE TOURIST LAUREN TURNER WE’RE NOT GOING TO DO BETTER NEXT TIME

FRIDAY MARCH 23RD

+++ our first broadside from DALE SMITH SONS 

knife | fork | book at The Dark Side Studio, 244 Augusta Avenue, Second Floor (walk-up above Bunner’s Bakery)

Doors 6:30 Poetry 7-ish  Wear socks (we’re shoeless).

 ROXANNA BENNETT is a disabled poet living in Ontario, Canada. She is the author of The Uncertainty Principle (Tightrope Books, 2014). Her work has appeared in PRISM International, Arc Poetry Magazine, Poetry is Dead, Vallum, CV2, Cosmonauts Avenue, Qwerty, carte blanche, and elsewhere.
JOHN STINTZI is a writer and artist who grew up on a cattle farm in northwestern Ontario. John is currently completeting their first collection of poems as well as a few books of fiction. John lives in Kansas City with their partner and two stuffed animals from IKEA, and may be found online at http://www.john-stintzi.com or @stintzi on Twitter.
LAUREN TURNER is a poet and an essayist. Her writing appears in Arc Magazine, Minola Review, Cosmonauts Avenue, carte blanche, BAD NUDES, Peach Mag, and elsewhere. She lives in Montréal, Québec on the traditional and unceded territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka people.
DALE SMITH is a poet, critic, and scholar of poetry and rhetorical theory on the faculty of English at Ryerson University, Toronto. He is the editor with Robert J. Bertholf of An Open Map: The Robert Duncan / Charles Olson Correspondence and Imagining Persons: Robert Duncan’s Lectures on Charles Olson. A critical study of poetry and public culture, Poets Beyond the Barricade: Rhetoric, Citizenship, and Dissent after 1960, was published in 2012. His writing has appeared in The Baffler, Best American Poetry 2002, Columbia Poetry Review, Denver Quarterly, The Walrus, and elsewhere. A recent book of poetry, Slow Poetry in America, was published by Cuneiform in 2014; other poetry includes American Rambler (2000); The Flood & the Garden (2002); Black Stone (2007); Susquehanna (2008); and most recently Sons (knife | fork | book, 2017). His reviews and essays have appeared in the Boston Review, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and Brick. Born in Dallas, Texas, Smith has resided in Ontario since 2011 with the poet Hoa Nguyen and their children, Keaton and Waylon.

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