SO AND SO #48
Poetry by Adam Good * Tony Mancus * Maureen Thorson
Saturday * November 19th * 8:00pm * Morning Times * 10 E. Hargett Street * Raleigh, NC
His work explores the ways that meaning emerges out of the intersection of experience, action, and language.
His writings, interactive installations, performances, and online experiences utilize methods of sampling and remixing to create new meanings.
His personal website is: http://www.therealadamgood.com/
He is also the founder of the Lab for Remixed Knowledge, an organization dedicated to advancing knowledge through the art and science of remixing: http://www.remixknowledge.com/
Tony Mancus lives in Rosslyn, VA with his wife Shannon and two cats. He co-founded Flying Guillotine Press in 2008 with Sommer Browning. He works as a test writer and a writing instructor and he's got two chapbooks forthcoming in the next year or so - Bye Land with Greying Ghost and Bye Sea with Ghost Ocean. There's a lot of ghost and bye there. Most recently his poems have been up in Horse Less Review, Destroyer, Phoebe, Dark Sky, and Sixth Finch. He keeps a sloppy blog here: inlandskirting.blogspot.com.
Maureen Thorson is a poet, publisher, and book designer living in Washington, D.C. Her first book of poetry, Applies to Oranges, is available from Ugly Duckling Presse. She is also the author of a number of chapbooks, including Twenty Questions for the Drunken Sailor (2009), Mayport (2006), which won the Poetry Society of America's National Chapbook Fellowship, and Novelty Act (Ugly Duckling Presse 2004). Her poems can be found in many journals, including Exquisite Corpse, Hotel Amerika, LIT, The Hat, and 6×6. Maureen is the co-curator of the In Your Ear reading series at the DC Arts Center and the founder of NaPoWriMo, an annual project in which poets attempt to write a poem a day for the month of April.