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Saturday, February 20, 2010


Many thanks to Wade Fletcher and Joe Hall for inviting me to read at Cheryl's Gone, and to my co-readers, James Belflower and Laura Ellen Scott. I had a wonderful time -- the atmosphere at Big Bear Cafe was laid-back and friendly, the audience receptive, and I got to read some brand new poems. It's always a little frightening to try out something squeaky and untested, but it all went well. I had that little reading high you get after it's all over and no one has thrown any tomatoes.

Speaking of readings, tomorrow brings us the new installment of In Your Ear. This month, we're featuring Ken Jacobs and Todd Colby. Come on down! Here's the details--


@ District of Columbia Arts Center
3:00PM, Feb 21, 2010




Please join the In Your Ear Reading Series for a reading by Todd Colby
and Ken Jacobs at 3PM on Sunday, February 21.

Ken Jacobs has lived in and about Washington D.C. for more than thirty
years. A new pamphlet Sooner from Phylum Press was released in
December 2009.

Todd Colby has published four books of poetry: Ripsnort (1994), Cush
(1995), Riot in the Charm Factory: New and Selected Writings (2000),
and Tremble & Shine (2004), all published by Soft Skull Press. Todd
has performed his poetry on PBS and MTV, and his collaborative books
and paintings with artist David Lantow can be seen in the Brooklyn
Museum of Art and The Museum of Modern Art special collections
libraries. Todd serves on the Board of Directors for The Poetry
Project, where he has also taught several poetry workshops, and he
posts new work on gleefarm.blogspot.com.

Admission is $5.00.

District of Columbia Arts Center is located at 2438 18th Street NW in Adams
Morgan, Washington, DC, between the Dupont Circle and Woodley Park metro
stations. For directions, see the DCAC web site at

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