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  • From: Ken Rumble <rumblek AT>
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  • Subject: [DesertCity] Reading: Baus, Gordon, & Wilkinson: Chapel Hill: Internationalist: 3/19: 4pm!
  • Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 10:46:40 -0500

As part of their east coast tour, Eric Baus, Noah Eli Gordon, & Joshua Marie Wilkinson will be reading their poems at Internationalist Books, Sunday, March 19th, at 4pm -- we'll be passing the hat to get some gas money for the boys.

So come one, come all, and spread the word....

***And don't forget the next Desert City reading: Saturday, March 25th, 8pm, Ibooks: Ron Silliman & Selah Saterstrom

About the poets:

Eric Baus is the author of The To Sound (Verse Press) as well as a new chapbook, Something Else The Music Was (Braincase Press). His poems have appeared in Hambone, Verse, 26, Conjunctions Web, and other journals.

Noah Eli Gordon is the author of The Frequencies (Tougher Disguises, 2003) and The Area of Sound Called the Subtone (Ahsahta Press, 2004) as well as numerous chapbooks, reviews, collaborations & other itinerant writings. Recent work can be found in Your Black Eye and Weird Deer. After a decade in Massachusetts, he has recently relocated to Denver, CO.

Joshua Marie Wilkinson earned an MFA in poetry from University of Arizona and an MA in Film Studies from University College Dublin. He won both the Academy of American Poets Prize and the Rella Lossy Chapbook Prize from the San Francisco Poetry Center in 2003. He is the co-director, with Solan Jensen, of the forthcoming film Made a Machine by Describing the Landscape about the band Califone. Currently living in Colorado, he is completing a doctorate in literature and creative writing.

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  • [DesertCity] Reading: Baus, Gordon, & Wilkinson: Chapel Hill: Internationalist: 3/19: 4pm!, Ken Rumble, 03/14/2006

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