Wednesday, July 31, 6:30 pm:
Poets Sunnylyn Thibodeaux, Jason Morris, Jackson Meazle
Jackson Meazle joins Jason Morris and Sunnylyn Thibodeaux in reading to mark the publication by Bird & Beckett of Morris’ Local News and Thibodeaux’s 88 Haiku for Lorca by Morris’ PUSH Press. Meazle’s Jack of Diamonds and the Queen of Spades was published by Bird & Beckett in 2012.
Sunnylyn Thibodeaux is the author of Palm to Pine (Bootstrap, 2011) and many small books including 20/20 Yielding (Blue Press, 2005), Room Service Calls (Lew Gallery, 2009) and United Untied (Private Edition, 2008). Her poems have recently appeared in AMERARCANA, Back Room Live, Drunken Boat, Galatea Resurrects, Generación, Lit, TH.CE, and Truck. She is from New Orleans and lives in San Francisco with her husband, Micah Ballard. Together they co-edit Auguste Press and Lew Gallery Editions and have a daughter, Lorca Manale Ballard.
Jason Morris grew up in Vermont. His poems & essays have appeared in TRY!, AMERARCANA, Jacket, Forklift Ohio, Greetings, Where Eagles Dare, and elsewhere. His two previous books are Spirits & Anchors (Auguste Press, 2010) and From the Golden West Notebooks (Allone Co., 2011). He lives in San Francisco, where he edits and publishes Big Bell and PUSH.
Jackson Meazle is from Arkansas. He is also the author of a book of translations from Heinrich Heine, HH (Old Gold, 2012). He lives in San Francisco, where he co-edits and publishes Gas Meter books with Rod Roland.
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