The So and So Series



poetry by Pete Moore, Dianne Timblin, & Magdalena Zurawski
August 25 * 8:00pm * Morning Times * 10 E. Hargett Street * Raleigh, NC

Pete Moore lives in Durham, North Carolina, where he is a PhD candidate in the English Department at Duke University.  Currently his research extends across the fields of literary history and socio-linguistics, focusing on the role vernacular writing plays in America following the Second World War.  He co-organizes the Minor American Reading Series.

Dianne Timblin lives, writes, and edits in Durham, North Carolina. Her poems have appeared in Talisman, Fringe, Phoebe, Rivendell, Fanzine, and Foursquare, among other journals. Recently her poem “Glockenspiel Songbook” was translated into Spanish by Dayana Fraile and Guillermo Parra for the Venezuelan literary blog, Eternal Typewriter. Dianne has been a finalist for the Brenda Smart Poetry Prize, and her work was selected for the Poetry at Noon series at the U.S. Library of Congress. She tends blog at

Magdalena Zurawski’s novel The Bruise was published in 2008 by FC2/University of Alabama Press. It received both the 2008 Lambda Award for “Lesbian Debut Fiction” and the 2007 Ronald Sukenick-American Book Review Innovative Fiction Prize. She is the co-curator of the Minor American Poetry Reading Series in Durham, NC, where she is also a PhD candidate in the English Department at Duke University. She is currently completing a manuscript of poetry called Companion Animal.