Eric Alter (Creative-Writing MFA student) sends along the following announcement about a reading in which he will be participating.
Uphook Press is proud to showcase nine more incredible poets and spoken word artists from our third anthology "-gape-seed-".
Featuring ERIC ALTER, RYAN BUYNAK, DEBORAH HAUSER, R. NEMO HILL, ELIEL LUCERO, VICTORIA LYNNE McCOY, ROBERTO F. SANTIAGO, and MARK WISNIEWSKI.
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ERIC ALTER has been published in Spectrum, the Brooklyn Paramount, Downtown Brooklyn, and By the Overpass. You can find himon Mt. Loretto Beach, in Staten Island, every Friday morning making sculptures.
RYAN BUYNAK is a very good-looking young man who happens to be the future of American poetry.
DEBORAH HAUSER is the author of the poetry collection Ennui: from the Diagnostic and Statistical Field Guide of Femine Disorders (Finishing Line Press, 2011).
R. NEMO HILL is editor of EXOT BOOKS, and author of Pilgrim’s Feather (Quantuck Lane Press, 2002), The Strange Music of Erich Zann (Hippocampus Press, 2004), and Prolegomena To An Essay On Satire (Modern Metrics, 2006).
ELIEL LUCERO has served as co-editor of Acentos Review, been an Urban Word mentor, a facilitator with the Alzheimer's Project, and Production Manger at the Bowery Poetry Club.
VICTORIA LYNNE McCOY's work appears in The November 3rd Club, PANK, Mudfish 17, and Union Station Magazine. She lives in Brooklyn.
ROBERTO F. SANTIAGO writes placing pen to paper and fingertips to QWERTY, all as an act of translation. He also writes and produces music, and has been known to dance until he rips his pants.
MARK WISNIEWSKI's Mark Wisniewski's second novel, Show Up, Look Good, is published by Gival Press in fall 2011. His poetry has appeared New York Quarterly, Tribeca Poetry Review, and Poetry.