The So and So Series


So and So #7: Saturday, November 11th

Adam Clay, Kate Greenstreet, Matt Henriksen, and Jess Mynes.

Adam Clay

Adam Clay lives in Michigan. His first book, The Wash, was published by Parlor Press, and a chapbook, Canoe, is available from horse less press. His poems appear in Denver Quarterly, Barrow Street, CutBank,
and elsewhere.

Kate Greenstret

Kate Greenstreet’s first book, case sensitive, is just out from Ahsahta Press. Visit her online at

Matt Henriksen

Matthew Henriksen co-edits Typo and Cannibal and curates The Burning Chair Readings in Brooklyn. His poems have appeared recently in Fascicle, Coconut and Indiana Review; others will soon appear in Lit, Wildlife & Agricultural Review. horse less press has published recently his first chapbook, Is Holy.

Jess Mynes

Among Jess Mynes’ publications are: birds for example (CARVE Editions), In(ex)teriors (Anchorite Press), and The Sun Seen From Afar (forthcoming from Skysill Press). His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in: Small Town, String of Simple Machines, Shampoo, The Canary, CARVE, Cannibal, The Tiny, and other publications. He is the editor of Fewer & Further Press. He also co-curates a local reading series in Western, MA where he sports an enviable shirt collection.


Doc Brown's Traveling Poetry Show

The nice people at Doc Brown's asked me to post this. They also set up shop at the Lily Pad.


A streamlined holiday weekend crowd was treated to Hunter College's finest. After the reading, the holiday was renamed Bozicevic-Bowling Day, as it was Ana's birthday, and Christopher Columbus seems to have been sort of a questionable guy anyway, no?

Ari Banias looking for trees in Kansas.

Ana Bozicevic-Bowling reciting her poems from memory, her heart mullosk pounding, her pocket heart pounding.

Danica Colic standing on on Michelle's soundless feet.

Caroline Conway. Or a mirror image of Caroline Conway.

Alana Joblin saving Sampson and poor Brian's fingers.