The So and So Series
So and So #29
Rauan Klassnik * Justin Marks * Lisa Olstein
Saturday * September 20th * 8pm * The Distillery * 516 East Second Street * South Boston, MA 02127
Feel free to bring booze and snacks.
Rauan Klassnik was born a long time ago. Rauan Klassnik is not dead, though he often sure-damned feels like it. Rauan's primary goal in life is to live forever. Perhaps this explains why he has such a bad attitude. Rauan Klassnik does, though, believe in singing. Like Emily Dickinson on the charnel steps. His poems have appeared many places and his first book, Holy Land, released April 1st (no joke) from Black Ocean.
Justin Marks is the author of A Million in Prizes (New Issues Press, forthcoming 2009). His latest chapbook is [Summer insular] (Horse Less Press, 2007). He is the founder and Editor of Kitchen Press Chapbooks and lives in New York City.
Lisa Olstein is the author of RADIO CRACKLING, RADIO GONE, winner of the 2005 Hayden Carruth Award, and LOST ALPHABET, forthcoming from Copper Canyon Press. She is the recipient of a Pushcart Prize and fellowships from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the Centrum Foundation. She is the Associate Director of the MFA Program for Poets and Writers at UMass Amherst.