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Burning Chair @ Jimmy's No. 43 Stage Friday June 1st

The Burning Chair Readings
& Jimmy’s No. 43 Stage
welcome you to a night celebrating the poetry
of Kitchen Press & Cannibal Books authors

Keith Newton, Morgan Lucas Schuldt, Chris Tonelli & Dustin Williamson

Friday, June 1st, 8 PM
@ Jimmy’s No. 43
43 East 7th Street
between 2nd & 3rd Avenues

Keith Newton edits the online magazine Harp & Altar. His poems, translations, and reviews have appeared in Typo, Nebraska Review, Circumference, and Prairie Schooner, among other publications. He lives in Brooklyn.

“Materialization in a Black Sea” in Typo 9

Morgan Lucas Schuldt is the author of Verge (Parlor Press: Free Verse Editions, forthcoming, fall 2007) and Otherhow, a chapbook now out from Kitchen Press. A graduate from the University of Arizona’s MFA program, Morgan is the editor of the literary magazine CUE: A Journal of Prose Poetry. His poems have appeared mostly recently in Fence, Cannibal and Verse; online at Shampoo, Typo, and Free Verse; and in the anthologies Prose Poetry / Flash Fiction: An Anthology (2006) and The Bedside Guide to No Tell Motel, Second Floor (2007). A brief essay on the poet Larry Levis appears in A Condition of the Spirit: The Life and Work of Larry Levis (Eastern Washington University Press, 2004). Morgan teaches in the English Department at the University of Arizona where he currently pursues his PhD in English Literature.

“On Seeing Leonardo’s Grotesques” in Typo 9

Otherhow from Kitchen Press

Chris Tonelli lives in Cambridge, MA where he runs The So and So Series. His poems, essays, reviews, and interviews have appeared or are forthcoming in Sawbuck, H_NGM_N, Melancholia's Tremulous Dreadlocks, Good Foot, Kulture Vulture, Typo, Drunken Boat, Inch, Word For/Word, Verse, RealPoetik, New York Quarterly, Sonora Review, Asheville Poetry Review, GutCult, LIT, and Redivider. His work will also be included in the anthologies The Bedside Guide to No Tell Motel – Second Floor and Outside Voices' 2008 Anthology of Younger Poets. His chapbook, WIDE TREE: Short Poems, is available from Kitchen Press.

“Aoelian Lyre” in Typo 9

Wide Tree from Kitchen Press

Dustin Williamson is the author of Heavy Panda (Goodbye Better), Cab Ass'n (Lame House), Gorilla Dust (Open 24 Hours), and Exhausted Grunts (Cannibal Books). He sometimes edits the Rust Buckle chapbook/magazine/reading series.

Three poems in Puppy Flowers 8

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