FACE OUT: Maximizing the Visibility of Emerging Writers, Reading & Reception, 6/12/13

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Julie Buntin, the Director of Programs & Strategic Outreach for CLMP, says, “We’ve got a lovely reception planned with enough food and drink to feed an army of starving writers–or just hungry ones.”

I hope that the refreshments–along with the diversity of poets and presses represented–will provide enough incentive to go. Do come by if you’re free and around.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12 AT 7:00PM
Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
126 Crosby Street
New York, NY 10012

This celebratory event features short readings from exceptional emerging writers supported through CLMP’s FACE OUT program, which grants publisher/author teams funding for technical assistance to help spotlight independent, experimental titles. Readers include: Cynthia Cruz (Four Way Books), Farrah Field (Four Way Books), Michael Leong (Black Square Editions), Albert Mobilio (Black Square Editions), Jon Leon (Futurepoem Books), Francis Richard (Futurepoem Books), R. Erica Doyle (Belladonna Books), LaTasha Diggs (Belladonna Books), Dan Magers (Birds, LLC) and Ana Bozicevic (Birds, LLC). The FACE OUT program is supported by a generous contribution from The Jerome Foundation and the New York Community Trust.

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Face Out Reading, October 10 @ 6:30 pm in New York

Celebrating New Work from 2012 CLMP Face Out Grantees
Wednesday, October 10 at 6:30 pm ~ FREE
NYU Main Bookstore ~ 726 Broadway

Short readings by:

Cynthia Cruz,
The Glimmering Room, Four Way Books

Farrah Field,
Wolf and Pilot, Four Way Books

Michael C. Leong,
Cutting Time with A Knife, Black Square Editions

Dan Machlin reading for Frances Richard
Anarch, Futurepoem Books

Dan Magers,
Partyknife, Birds, LLC

Kristin Prevallet,
Everywhere Here and in Brooklyn, Belladonna Books

About CLMP’s Face Out Program:
Designed to maximize the visibility of emerging writers, the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses’ Face Out Program supports exceptional writers in partnership with their publishers to put a spotlight on important new experimental titles.