3/24/09

The Burning Chair Readings at Fayetteville Underground

The Burning Chair Readings
at Fayetteville Underground
present a night w/ Cannibal Books
featuring poetry from

Carolyn Guinzio
Kevin Holden
M.C. Hyland
Keith Newton
kathryn l. pringle
Amish Trivedi
Joseph P. Wood

Friday, April 10, 6:30-8 pm
Fayetteville Underground
East Square Plaza
1 East Center Street
fayettevilleunderground.com
$5 suggested donation

Handmade & other books available at a discount, w/ refreshments, gallery tours, & social hour following the reading.

Cannibal Books publishes hand-sewn literary journals and chapbooks which focus on divergent and emerging poetics. While our products fit into the category of book arts, the focus is entirely on presenting daring work from a broad range of styles. An aesthetic definition cannot define the hunger. Founded in Brooklyn, NY in 2004, Cannibal Books currently nests in Fayetteville, AR.

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Author Bios
Carolyn Guinzio is the author of Untitled Wave from Cannibal Books, Quarry (Parlor Press) and West Pullman (Bordighera). Her work has appeared in many journals including Blackbird, Colorado Review, and New American Writing. She lives in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Read two poems in Typo.

Kevin Holden is the author of Identity from Cannibal Books. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in such journals as Colorado Review, Ecopoetics, The Harvard Advocate, The Liberal, Parcel and Typo. He is from Rhode Island and lives and teaches in Iowa.
Read an excerpt from Identity in Typo.


MC Hyland is the author of four chapbooks: Residential As In (Blue Hour Press, 2009), The Hesitations (a collaboration with Friedrich Kerksieck and Kate Lorenz, Small Fires Press, 2006), Incantations (reject sheep press, 2006), and Lost Gospels (Ponkapoag Press, 2005). She currently lives in Minneapolis, where she teaches creative writing and letterpress through local nonprofits, and runs DoubleCross Press.
Read “Epistolary” in H_NGM_N.

Keith Newton’s chapbook Sent Forth to Die in a Happy City was published this winter by Cannibal Books. His poems and translations have appeared recently in Harvard Review, Saltgrass, and Open Letters. He lives in Brooklyn, where edits the online magazine Harp & Altar.
Read “Materialization in a Black Sea” in Typo.

kathryn l. pringle is the author of Right New Biology, just out from Factory School/Heretical Text Series. She is the author of The Stills (Duration Press) and Temper & Felicity are Lovers (TAXT). She is an editor at the literary magazine minor/american, and the co-founder of the minor american reading series. She currently lives in Durham, North Carolina.
Read The Stills at Duration Press (requires Adobe Acrobat).

Amish Trivedi’s electronic chapbooks include Selections from Episode III (Beard of Bees), The Ink Sessions (Scantily Clad), and The Breakers (Absent Magazine). His poems appear in La Petite Zine, Cannibal, Word For/Word, and Backwards City Review. He lives in Iowa City.
Read The Ink Sessions at Scantily Clad Press.

Joseph P. Wood’s first full book of poems, I & We, will be published by CustomWords in 2010. He is also the author of two chapbooks: Travel Writing (Scantily Clad Press) and In What I Have Done & What I Have Failed to Do (Elixir Press). He lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Read “Anatomy of a Bullet Wound” in Typo.

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