Opening Sunday, January 20th, from 6:30PM - 8:30PM
HB Sunday Reading Series: Poetry, Prose, and Cocktails. Come for literature, cocktails, community, and revelry!
MARTY MCCONNELL’S recently released second poetry collection, when they say you can’t go home again, what they mean is you were never there, won the 2017 Michael Waters Poetry Prize. Her work has recently appeared in Best American Poetry, Vinyl, Southern Humanities Review, Gulf Coast, and Mid-American Review. She is co-founder and editor of underbelly, an online magazine focused on the art and magic of poetry revision. Her first full-length collection is “wine for a shotgun,” (EM Press,) and YesYes Book recently published her first non-fiction book, Gathering Voices: Creating a Community-Based Poetry Workshop.
ELIZABETH SCHMUHL is a multidisciplinary artist whose work appears in The Rumpus, Michigan Quarterly Review, Gramma, Paper Darts, PANK, Pinwheel, and elsewhere. Her book, Premonitions, is recently out from Wayne State University Press. Elizabeth has worked at various non-profits, including the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, and currently works as a Marketing Strategist and Campaign Manager for Shamel Pitts, and at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Find her online at http://www.elizabethschmuhl.com/
SAM HERSCHEL WEIN lives in Chicago and specializes in aimless frolicking. His chapbook, Fruit Mansion (Split Lip Press, 2017) was the winner of the 2016 Turnbuckle Chapbook prize. He runs a new journal, Underblong, with his best friend, Chen Chen. See what he’s up to at shmoowrites.com.