Melissa Buzzeo is the author of a forthcoming book from Nightboat in 2014—a seawreck-in-language which investigates impoverished speech and the concept of debris: a waste economy, changing as well as For Want and Sound (Les Figues, 2013), Face (Bookthug, 2009) and What Began Us (Leon Works, 2007). She teaches creative writing and architecture at Pratt Institute and lives in Brooklyn.
Anne Boyer's works include Anne Boyer's Good Apocalypse, The 2000's, My Common Heart, The Romance of Happy Workers and a forthcoming novel, Joan. Her latest work, A Form of Sabotage, was recently released in translation by the Turkish collective Kült Neşriyat. She is an Assistant Professor of the Liberal Arts at the Kansas City Art Institute.
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Thursday, May 23rd 8pm, 3218 Adeline St, Berkeley, CA
Karaoke at Nick's Lounge
6:00 p.m. Potluck at Woolsey Heights: 1628 Woolsey St, Berkeley (house in back)
8:00 p.m. @ Woolsey Monday, May 27th
Dolores Dorantes (with Jen Hofer)
Sunday, May 26th 3:00 p.m. @ The Public School: 2141 Broadway, Oakland
7:00 p.m. @ Tender Oracle: 531 22nd St, Oakland
Dawn Lundy Martin
Monday, May 27thBBQ at David Buuck’s.