Apr 13th 2019

Noah Fields
Analeah Rosen
Lily Someson
S. Yarberry

with guest curators Cean Gamalinda and Samantha Barrick

OuterSpace 1474 N Milwaukee Ave.
near CTA Damen blue line
upstairs from Volumes Bookcafe
third floor walk up
not wheelchair accessible
suggested donation $4
7pm / doors lock 7:30pm

NOA/H FIELDS is a poet and teaching artist based in Chicago. Their chapbook WITH was published by Ghost City Press. You can find their writing in Electronic Beats, Anomaly, Vida Lit, Sick Muse, and elsewhere. When they’re not writing, they are probably working at the Poetry Foundation, DFBRL8R Gallery, or Music House. Or dancing. They are fond of techno and avocados.

ANALEAH LOSCHIAVO ROSEN is a MFA candidate in Fiction at Washington University in St Louis, where she is currently working on a collection of writing that explores irradiated landscapes and trans-national environmental justice movements. She is a Graduate Associate in the Mellon Sawyer Seminar, Grounding the Eco-Critical: Materializing Wastelands and Living on in the Middle East.

LILY SOMESON is a queer poet and essayist living in Chicago. They are currently an undergraduate poetry major at Columbia College Chicago where they are an editor of Columbia Poetry Review and a founding member/Editor-in-Chief of Ransack Press. They have read at the Poetry Foundation for their Open Door Reading Series and their work has been published or is forthcoming in Court Green Journal, Hooligan Magazine, Underblong Journal, Columbia Poetry Review, and Queeriosity (Young Chicago Authors) among others.

S. YARBERRY is a MFA candidate in Poetry at Washington University in St. Louis. Their poetry has appeared in, or is forthcoming in Indiana Review, The Offing, jubilat, Nat Brut, Queer Voices Anthology (Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2019), FIVE:2:ONE‘s #thesideshow, and miscellaneous zines. Their other writings can be found in, or are forthcoming in Bomb Magazine and Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly. S. is currently the Revue Editor of The Spectacle.

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