The So and So Series


Get on the Van

The So and So Series and Rope-A-Dope Press are taking the Manila Broadsides and The Jungle (a bound anthology of the Manila Broadsides) to NYC for AWP. Come see us at table #285.


So and So knows it had fun last night, but the details are fuzzy at best.

So and So thanks everyone who chipped in to buy it that last tray of Alabama Slammers. So and So thinks that might have been the straw(s) that broke the camel's. Special thanks to Bob and James for hosting and Nancy, Richard, and Kate for their terrific poetry. One only gets to turn 21 once, you know.

Nancy Kuhl making it always midnight.

Richard Deming's teeth are the darkest decades.

Kate Schapira using her gristle responsibly.


So and So is turning 21!!!

Come out and buy it shots.

Richard Deming * Nancy Kuhl * Kate Schapira

Saturday * January 12th * 8pm * The Distillery * 516 East Second Street * South Boston, MA 02127

Feel free to bring booze and snacks.

Richard Deming is a poet and a theorist who works on the philosophy of literature. His first book of poems is Let's Not Call It Consequence (Shearsman, 2008). He is also the author of Listening on All Sides: Towards an Emersonian Ethics of Reading (Stanford UP, 2008). With Nancy Kuhl he edits Phylum Press.

Nancy Kuhl’s first full-length collection of poems, The Wife of the Left Hand, was published in 2007 by Shearsman Books. She is co-editor of Phylum Press, a small poetry publisher. She is Associate Curator of the Yale Collection of American Literature at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University.

Kate Schapira lives in Providence, RI, where she organizes the Publicly Complex reading series, featuring innovative work by soon-to-be-famous writers. She's the author of two chapbooks, Phoenix Memory (horse less press) and The Saint's Notebook (forthcoming from the CAB/NET Chapbook Series). She's taught poetry workshops to incarcerated women, middle-school students, college students and first-graders, and is proud of recent acceptances to and appearances in A Sing Economy (an anthology from Flim Forum Press), Denver Quarterly, Cannibal, Word for/Word and Practice.