Reading

Wednesday, December 18, 2013
7:30pm at Cranknstein
215 N. College, Fort Collins, CO

Please join current and former CSU instructors/students for a reading at Cranknstein.  Gus Mircos, Matt Antonio, Jerrod Bohn, Chris Klingbeil this Wednesday, December 18th at 7:30pm.

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Publication: Mandy Billings

Alumna Mandy Billings’ first book, 8-Bit Apocalypse, has been released by Eraserhead Press. It is available from Amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/8-Bit-Apocalypse-Amanda-Billings/dp/1621051242/. Mandy had a reading in Portland, OR on Nov. 16 and another in Chicago in late December in support of the release.

Book Review and Reading: Todd Mitchell

Todd Mitchell’s book, Backwards, was reviewed last Sunday in The Denver Post. If you’re curious, you can read the review here: http://www.denverpost.com/books/ci_24429386/book-review-backwards-by-todd-mitchell-new-take.

Todd gave a short reading and talk on Backwards Saturday, November 9th at Old Firehouse Bookstore in Old Town Fort Collins.

Publications, Readings, Etc.: Sarah Sloane

Sarah Sloane was writer-in-residence at ART342 from May 7 through September 3 2012 where, inexplicably, all the residents called her “Sloane.” She gave six readings of nonfiction and poetry during the summer, including two at the Curfman Gallery, one at Rendition Gallery, and three at the ART342 barn during its summer Open House. In tandem with her two readings at the Curfman Gallery, with the help of artists/writers Rebecca McGoldrick and Chloé Leisure, Sloane installed a visual art exhibit relating to her chapbook, “Emergent Geographies I,” shown for two weeks. Her 25-page article “Wilhelm Reich and the Etheric Warriors” will be appearing as part of the Ashgate Research Companion series in Summer 2013. Her essay “The Attack of the Fifty-Foot Woman,” about being a tall woman in the United States, is currently under consideration, as is her essay “Butches and Boxes,” about building an orgone box with an ex-girlfriend. Sloane read selections from “Emergent Geographies I” at this year’s Western Literature Association conference in Lubbock, Texas, November 7-10 2012. She applied for a leave of absence in Fall 2013 because she has been selected to teach in the Semester at Sea program on their Atlantic Rim trip. A Visiting Lecturer at University of Virginia, she will be visiting 17 countries in 100 days, including Russia, Morocco, Ghana, South Africa, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, and the Dominican Republic, among others.