Jun 5th 2018

After seven amazing years, the sun is setting on Wit Rabbit Reading Series. We’re OVER THE MOON to have one last round of intergenre magic featuring:

J. K. CHUKWU is an experimental writer and visual artist based in Chicago. Her work has appeared in LunaLunaMagazine, RedWedgeMagazine, Mosaic Art and Literary Journal, and the Cleveland Review of Books. This fall, she will be attending Brown University for her MFA in Fiction writing.

MICA WOODS used to live with a family of raccoons in Missouri, but currently they edit the Columbia Poetry Review and teach undergrads how to (de)form sentences. In 2015 she received the Merrill Moore Prize for Poetry from Vanderbilt University. Her recent and forthcoming works can be found in DIAGRAM, Juked, The Wanderer, Pretty Owl Poetry, and Heavy Feather Review.

DON’TERIUS is a poet and is currently working on his first project. He believes in acknowledging and poetically reflecting on defining moments, and using wordplay to do so. Don is inspired by his surroundings, cultures, the past, the possible future and the affects it has on the present.

LING MA is the author of the novel Severance, forthcoming in August from FSG. She received her MFA from Cornell University. Prior to graduate school she worked as a journalist and editor. Her writing has appeared in Granta, Vice, Playboy, Chicago Reader, Ninth Letter and elsewhere. A chapter of Severance received the 2015 Graywolf SLS Prize.

Hosted by Sarah Meltzer and Sara Wainscott

FREE // 21+ // hugs n tears

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