Certain Saturdays at Lost Lake Lounge | 3602 East Colfax | Denver, Colorado

February 22nd -- Graham Jones, Levitsky, Andrews & Smith

Stephen Graham Jones is the author of 10 novels, 2 collections, 1 novella, and countless short stories. Stephen has been a Shirley Jackson Award finalist three times, a Bram Stoker Award finalist, a Black Quill Award finalist, an International Horror Guild finalist, a Colorado Book Award Finalist, a Texas Monthly Book Selection, and has won the Texas Institute of Letters Award for Fiction and the Independent Publishers Award for Multicultural Fiction. 

Rachel Levitsky is the author of a novel, The Story of My Accident is Ours (Futurepoem, 2013), two books of poetry,Under the Sun (Futurepoem, 2003) NEIGHBOR (UDP, 2009) and a number of chapbooks including Renoemos (Delete, 2010) and 2(1+1) (a+bend, 1999). She is a member of the Belladonna* Collaborative, a feminist avant-garde hub for interventions in writing, reading, engaged discourse and activism. In 2010 with Christian Hawkey, she started The Office of Recuperative Strategies (OoRS.net), a mobile research unit for cultural sustainability that has been located variously in Amsterdam, Berlin, Boulder, Brooklyn, Cambridge, MA, Gowanus Canal, Governors Island, The Holland Tunnel and The University of Leipzig. She lives in Brooklyn and teaches Writing and Poetics at Pratt Institute, Naropa University and other portals when they temporarily appear.

Hanna Andrews is the author of Slope Move (Coconut Books, 2012) and the co-founder and co-editor of the feminist press Switchback Books. Her poems have appeared in various journals like Caketrain, DIAGRAM, No, Dear and Everyday Genius. She lives with poet Eryn Green and their best collaboration yet, baby Aya.

Cassandra Smith is a poet and visual artist, currently living in Denver, Colorado. She works as an editor and book designer for Omnidawn Publishing, and has exhibited her book and photography installations in Oakland, San Francisco, Sacramento, Portland, Chicago, and Memphis. Her book, u&i, is forthcoming from Omnidawn in 2016. Various writings and poetry have appeared in The Offending Adam, comma, poetry, Saginaw, Joyland, The Medium via The Volta, Pilgrimage, Glitterpony, With+Stand, and others. You can find her web site at www.moloprojects.org.

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