Portable Boog Reader 10 Editorial Team

Hi all,

I’m real happy to announce the editorial team who will put together
the next incarnation of Boog’s signature anthology.

The Portable Boog Reader 10: New York City and Portland, Ore.

The issue will be uploaded on Sat. June 3, and be helmed by (bios and
urls for each below this note):

Portland, Ore.
Sarah Bartlett, Phoebe Wayne

New York City
Maria Damon, Joanna Fuhrman, Mark Gurarie, Barbara Henning, and me,
David Kirschenbaum

best,
David

P.S. And the launch party is:

Sun. June 11,2017, 1:00 p.m.
Readings from The Portable Boog Reader 10: New York City and Portland,
Ore.
Unnameable Books (600 Vanderbilt Ave. Prospect Heights, Brooklyn)

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**Sarah Bartlett
http://www.powderkegmagazine.com/sarah-bartlett/
Sarah Bartlett lives in Portland, Ore. Her debut poetry collection,
Sometimes We Walk With Our Nails Is Out, was released in 2016 from
Subito Press. She is the author of two chapbooks, My Only Living
Relative (Phantom Books) and Freud Blah Blah Blah (Rye House Press).
Recent work appears or is forthcoming in Alice Blue, Powder Keg, and
elsewhere.

**Maria Damon
Maria Damon is chair of The Humanities and Media Studies Department at
The Pratt Institute of Art. She has written several books of poetry
scholarship and co-written several books (online and in print) of
poetry.

**Joanna Fuhrman
http://www.joannafuhrman.com/
Joanna Fuhrman is the author of five books of poetry, including The
Year of Yellow Butterflies (Hanging Loose Press) and Pageant (Alice
James Books). She is a former poetry editor at Ping Pong and Boog
City. Her poems have appeared in various journals including The
Believer, Volt, New American Writing and various anthologies,
including the Pushcart Prize 2011 and 365 Poems for Every Occasion
(Abrams). She teaches poetry writing at Rutgers University, through
Teachers & Writers Collaborative, and in private workshops.

**Mark Gurarie
Mark Gurarie splits time between Bushwick, Brooklyn and Northampton,
Mass. He is the author of Everybody’s Automat (The Operating System)
and his poems and reviews have appeared in Publishers Weekly, The
Rumpus, Paper Darts, Everyday Genius, Pelt, and elsewhere.

**Barbara Henning
http://barbarahenning.com/
Barbara Henning is the author of three novels and seven collections of
poetry, most recently A Day Like Today (Negative Capability Press).
Others include A Swift Passage (Quale Press), Cities and Memory (Chax
Press), and a collection of object-sonnets, My Autobiography (United
Artists Books). She is the editor of Looking Up Harryette Mullen and
The Collected Prose of Bobbie Louise Hawkins. Henning lives in The
East Village and teaches for http://writers.com/ and Long Island
University in Brooklyn.

**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 26th year. His Gilmore girls tinged poems form the lyrics
of Preston Spurlock and Casey Holford’s band Gilmore boys.

**Phoebe Wayne
Phoebe Wayne is the author of two chapbooks: Lovejoy, from c_L press,
and The Sleep Volumes, forthcoming in 2017 from dancing girl press.
She is also the author of an art/poetry collaboration in book form
called Aa (with artist Kerri Rosenstein), and poems published or
forthcoming in journals such as Yew, Horse Less Review, and
Trickhouse. She lives in Portland, Ore. with her family, and works as
a librarian.


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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