So and So #27
Elizabeth Bradfield * Kevin Gallagher * Jon Thompson
Saturday * July 26th * 8pm * The Distillery * 516 East Second Street * South Boston, MA 02127
Feel free to bring booze and snacks.
Elizabeth Bradfield is the author of Interpretive Work (Arktoi Books/Red Hen Press, 2008) and editor of Broadsided (www.broadsidedpress.org), a virtual, grassroots press that harnesses the tradition of the broadside to put words on the streets. Her poems have appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, Poetry, in anthologies, and are forthcoming in Ploughshares and Orion. Her second book, Ice-Blink, will be published in late 2009. A recent transplant from Alaska, she lives in North Truro. When not writing, she works as a naturalist.
Kevin Gallagher is the author of two chapbooks of poetry, Isolate Flecks (Cervena Barva), and Looking for Lake Texcoco (Cy Gist, forthcoming, August 2008). His poetry and reviews have appeared in such publications as The Boston Review, Emergency Almanac, Green Mountains Review, Harvard Review, Jacket, Peacework, the Partisan Review, and elsewhere. In 2004 he edited a feature on Kenneth Rexroth for Jacket, and a chapbook titled Nevertheless: Some Gloucester Writers and Artists. From 1992 to 2002 he was a publisher and editor of compost magazine. A retrospective anthology of compost, co-edited with Margaret Bezucha, is titled There’s No Place on Earth Like the World (Zephyr, 2006). He is now guest editing a feature on Denise Levertov for Jacket. He lives with his wife Kelly, and son Theo, in Newton, Massachusetts.
Jon Thompson teaches at North Carolina State University, where he edits Free Verse: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry & Poetics and Free Verse Editions, a new poetry series. His first volume of poems, The Book of the Floating World, was reissued in a new expanded edition in 2007. He recently finished a new collection of poems called Strange Country.