Portable Boog Reader 9 Editorial Team

Hi all,

I’m real happy to announce the next incarnation of Boog’s signature
anthology,

The Portable Boog Reader 9: New York City and Cincinnati

The issue will be uploaded on Tues. Dec. 8, and be helmed by (bios and
urls for each below this note):

Cincinnati
Yvette Nepper and Dana Ward

New York City
Becca Klaver, Ron Kolm, Lisa Rogal, Paige Taggart, and me, David
Kirschenbaum

best,
David

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**David Kirschenbaum
https://myspace.com/gilmoreboysmusic
http://boogcity.blogspot.com/
David A. Kirschenbaum is the author of The July Project 2007 (Open 24
Hours), a series of songs about Star Wars set to rock and pop
classics. His work has appeared in the Brooklyn Review Online, Chain,
and The Village Voice, among others. He is the editor and publisher of
Boog City, a New York City-based small press and community newspaper
now in its 24th year. His Gilmore girls tinged poems form the lyrics
of Preston Spurlock and Casey Holford’s band Gilmore boys.

**Becca Klaver
http://www.beccaklaver.com
Becca Klaver is the author of the poetry collection LA Liminal (Kore
Press) and several chapbooks, including Nonstop Pop (Bloof Books) and
Merrily, Merrily (Lame House Press). Klaver co-founded the feminist
poetry press Switchback Books and is currently co-editing the
anthology Electric Gurlesque. She attended the University of Southern
California (B.A.), Columbia College Chicago (M.F.A.), and Rutgers
University (Ph.D.). She grew up in Milwaukee, and lives in Bedford-
Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

**Ron Kolm

Ron Kolm is a founding member of the Unbearables. Kolm is
acontributing editor of Sensitive Skin and the editor of the Evergreen
Review. He is the author of ThePlastic Factory, Divine Comedy, and,
with Jim Feast, the novel NeoPhobe. His most recent collection of
poems, Suburban Ambush, was published by Autonomedia last year, and a
new book of short stories, Duke & Jill, has just been published by
Unknown Press. He’s had work in Hobo Camp Review, Have A NYC 3. the
Too Much anthology, The Otter, and The Outlaw Bible of American
Poetry. Kolm’s papers were purchased by the New York University
library, where they’ve been catalogued in the Fales Collection as part
of the DowntownWriters Group.

**Yvette Nepper
https://yvettenepper.bandcamp.com/track/26-poems-for-grown-ups-and-children
Yvette Nepper lives and writes in the city she loves, Cincinnati. She
is the author of 26 Poems for Grown Ups and Children (Perfect Lovers
Press).

**Lisa Rogal
https://twitter.com/Lrogal
Lisa Rogal is the author of the poetry collection Morning Ritual
(United Artists Books) and the chapbook The New Realities (Third Floor
Apartment Press). She co-curates the reading and performance series
Heart-Star Salon at St. Mark’s Bookshop.

**Paige Taggart
http://www.mactaggartjewelry.com/
http://poetstouchingtrees.tumblr.com/
Paige Taggart is the author of two full-length books, Want for Lion
and Or Replica, and five chapbooks, most recently I Am Writing to You
From Another Country: Translations of Henri Michaux. She has her own
jewelry line and administers her own tumblr.

**Dana Ward
http://perfectloverspress.com/
Dana Ward is the author of This Can’t Be Life, The Crisis of Infinite
Worlds, and Some Other Deaths of Bas Jan Ader. He is the co-editor of
Perfect Lovers Press and lives in Cincinnati.


David A. Kirschenbaum, editor and publisher
Boog City
330 W. 28th St., Suite 6H
NY, NY 10001-4754
For event and publication information:
http://boogcity.com/
T: (212) 842-BOOG (2664)
Twitter: @boogcity
For music from Gilmore boys:
http://www.myspace.com/gilmoreboysmusic
“To have great poets, there must be great audiences.” —Walt Whitman

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