Reading at Unnameable Books Sunday June 9th 7pm

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Join us for the big night of prose and poems NYC has been dying for:
– Hosted by Greg Gerke
– Hot new poems from local favorites Ben Pease and Bianca Stone.
– For the diehards, Gabe Durham and Jack Christian have promised ZERO overlap in what they’re reading on their two nights in town.
– Mad prizes.
– Probably no prizes.    Unnameable Books
Gabe Durham’s debut novel, FUN CAMP, come out May 31 from Publishing Genius Press. Pieces of the book have appeared in over 25 journals and magazines, including The Good Men Project, Corium, and Necessary Fiction. Gabe lives in Los Angeles, tweets @GabeDurham, and holds it down at Gather Round Children.

Jack Christian is the author of the poetry collection Family System, which was awarded the 2012 Colorado Prize. His poems have appeared journals such as Web Conjunctions, Verse Daily, Diagram, and jubilat.

Ben Pease is the creator and host of Scattered Rhymes, the featured podcast of The Poetry Blog. His poetry has appeared in MAGGY, Paperbag, and SUPERMACHINE, among others. A selection of his Blockbuster in Verse, Wichman Cometh, is available from Monk Books.

Bianca Stone was born and raised in Vermont, and received her M.F.A. from N.Y.U.’s creative writing program in 2009. She is the author of several chapbooks, most recently Someone Else’s Wedding Vows (Argos Books), and the poetry-comic I Want To Open The Mouth God Gave You, Beautiful Mutant (Factory Hollow Press). Her poems have appeared (or are forthcoming) in such magazines as Best American Poetry 2011, Conduit, and Tin House. She lives in Brooklyn.

Greg Gerke’s fiction and non-fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Tin House, The Kenyon Review Online, Denver Quarterly, Quarterly West, Mississippi Review, LIT, Film Comment, and others. He lives in Brooklyn.

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