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Chapter&Verse Season Finale


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May 31st at 8pm at Chapterhouse Cafe


will bring the poetry – Hope to see you there, Ryan & Stan more info @: http://chapterhousereadings.blogspot.com/

Mark Wallace is the author and editor of more than fifteen books and chapbooks of poetry, fiction, and essays. Most recently he has published a book-length prose poem, Notes from the Center on Public Policy, and a novel, The Quarry and The Lot. He lives in San Diego, California, and teaches at California State University San Marcos.
Jena Osman‘s latest book is Corporate Relations, put out by Burning Deck Press last month. Burning Deck also published her first ever chapbook, Twelve Parts of Her, 25 years ago. Parts of Corporate Relationshave been set to music by the composer Ted Hearne, and you can hear the piece performed by The Crossing onJune 15 at the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill. Osman’s other recent books include Public Figuresand The Network. She teaches in the English Department at Temple, where she’s currently the director of the MFA Creative Writing Program.
Thomas Devaney is the author of Calamity Jane (Furniture Press Books, 2014) and The Picture That Remains (The Print Center, 2014). He is the editor of ONandOnScreen and teaches at Haverford College.

Chapter&Verse Oct.20.12


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C. S. Giscombe was born in Dayton, Ohio. His poetry books are Prairie Style, Two Sections from Practical Geography, Giscome Road, Here, At Large, and Postcards; his prose book—about Canada—is Into and Out of Dislocation. He has worked as a taxi driver, a hospital orderly, and a railroad brakeman, and for years he edited a national literary magazine, Epoch, at Cornell University. His writing has appeared in several anthologies: the Best American Poetry series, the Oxford Anthology of African-American PoetryTelling It Slant: Avant-Garde Poetics of the 1990s, Bluesprint: Black British Columbia Literature and Orature, American Hybrid, and elsewhere. He teaches poetry at the University of California, Berkeley.

Anne-Adele Wight is the author of Sidestep Catapult and the forthcoming Opera House Arterial, both from BlazeVOX Books, and an out-of-print chapbook, First Lizard Chronicles, from Kali Momma Press. Her work has appeared in American Writing, Philadelphia Poets, Tabula Rasa, Shrike, Mad Poets Review, Fairies in America, and elsewhere. Based in Philadelphia, she works with the long-running series Poets and Prophets and has just started curating the Jubilant Thicket series. She works as a medical editor and lives with her husband and two cats.

Matthew Kremer is at riverbottum-enterprises.