Nov 24, 6pm: Julian T. Brolaski and Thom Donovan

Julian T. Brolaski is the author of the chapbooks Hellish Death Monsters (2001, Spooky Press), Letters to Hank Williams (2003, True West Press), The Daily Usonian (2004, Atticus/Finch) and Madame Bovary's Diary (2005, Cy Press), Buck in a Corridor (2008, flynpyntar) and the blog herm of warsaw. Xir first book gowanus atropolis is forthcoming from Ugly Duckling Presse. Brolaski lives in Brooklyn where xe writes poetry, serves as a Litmus Press editor, plays country music in The Low & the Lonesome, and curates th'every-other-monthly freakshow Mongrel Vaudeville.

Thom Donovan has edited the Wild Horses Of Fire weblog since 2005 and coedits ON Contemporary Practice with Michael Cross and Kyle Schlesinger. He also curates the Segue reading series and PEACE events series and is an ongoing participant in the Nonsite Collective. His poetry and critical writings have appeared in various publications including, most recently, PAJ (MIT Press), O Books' War and Peace: Text and Image, The Brooklyn Rail, MUSEO, Critical Correspondences, and with Vigilance Society. A chapbook of his, Making Believe, is forthcoming with Wheelhouse Magazine. He teaches at Bard College and Baruch College, and holds a Ph.D. in Poetics from SUNY at Buffalo.

Please stick around after the reading for discussion and wine & cheese.