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Live Nude Poems Presents: A Gathering of Poets

Trident Booksellers & Cafe

Thursday • July 11

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Boston, MA 02115
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Hosted by: Rusty Barnes, co-editor and founder of Live Nude Poems, a blogazine publishing a new poet every Friday and publishing poetry reviews and ephemera of interest to poets irregularly.


TONIGHT'S READERS

Daniel Crocker's work has appeared in The Los Angeles Review, Hobart, Big Muddy, New World Writing, Stirring, Juked, The Chiron Review, The Mas Tequila Review and over a hundred others. His books include Like a Fish (full length) and The One Where I Ruin Your Childhood (e-chap with thousands of downloads) both from Sundress Publications. His newest full length collection of poetry, Shit House Rat, was published by Spartan Press in September of 2017. Stubborn Mule Press published Leadwood: New and Selected Poems—1998-2018 in October 2018. He was the first winner of the Gerald Locklin Prize in poetry. He is the editor of The Cape Rock (Southeast Missouri State University) and the co-editor of Trailer Park Quarterly. He's also the host of the podcast, Sanesplaining, about poetry, mental illness and nerd stuff.


Margaret Crocker lives in Southeast Missouri with her husband and several animals. When I Was a Girl Like Me is her second book, published by Jeanette Powers at Stubborn Mule Press. Her first, Throw Like a Girl, was published over twenty years ago by Green Bean Press. Margaret's work has been featured in Windowpanes, Alphabeat Press, As It Ought To Be magazine and The Gasconade Review. This is not an inclusive list. Margaret co-hosts the Sanesplaining podcast with her husband Dan, writes, paints, plants, builds, and of course, takes care of all those animals.

John Dorsey lived for several years in Toledo, Ohio. He is the author of several collections of poetry, including Teaching the Dead to Sing: The Outlaw's Prayer (Rose of Sharon Press, 2006), Sodomy is a City in New Jersey (American Mettle Books, 2010), Tombstone Factory, (Epic Rites Press, 2013), Appalachian Frankenstein (GTK Press, 2015) Being the Fire (Tangerine Press, 2016) and Shoot the Messenger (Red Flag Press, 2017) and Your Daughter's Country (Blue Horse Press, 2019). His work has been nominated for the Pushcart prize. He may be reached at archerevans@yahoo.com.

Nathan Graziano lives in Manchester, New Hampshire, with his wife and kids. His books include Teaching Metaphors (Sunnyoutside Press), After the Honeymoon (Sunnyoutside Press) Hangover Breakfasts (Bottle of Smoke Press in 2012), Some Sort of Ugly (Marginalia Publishing in 2013), and My Next Bad Decision (Artistically Declined Press, 2014). Almost Christmas, a collection of short prose pieces, was published by Redneck Press in 2017.

Michael McInnis lives in Boston and served in the Navy chasing white whales and Soviet submarines. His poetry and short fiction has appeared in Chiron Review, Cream City Review, Naugatuck Review, Oxford Magazine, Unlikely Stories and Yellow Chair Review to name a few. His third book, Secret Histories, is forthcoming from Cervena Barva Press.

Rebecca Schumejda is the author of several full-length collections including Falling Forward (sunnyoutside press), Cadillac Men (NYQ Books), Waiting at the Dead End Diner (Bottom Dog Press) and most recently Our One-Way Street (NYQ Books). She is currently working on a book forthcoming from Stubborn Mule Press. She is the co-editor at Trailer Park Quarterly. She received her MA in Poetics from San Francisco State University and her BA from SUNY New Paltz. She lives in New York’s Hudson Valley with her family. 

Heather Sullivan’s work has appeared in multiple online and print journals. Her latest book from Nixes Mate Books is Method Acting for the Afterlife. She is co-editor at Live Nude Poems, and most  importantly, my muse and raison d’être, mother to my children, both  human and furry.



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