Opening Saturday, November 16th, from 7PM - 9PM
at Outer Space Studio
1474 N. Milwaukee Ave
suggested donation $4
7pm / doors lock 7:30pm
near CTA Damen blue line
upstairs from Volumes Bookcafe
third floor walk up
not wheelchair accessible
DAVID BUUCK lives in Oakland, CA. He is the co-founder and editor of Tripwire, a journal of poetics (tripwirejournal.com), and founder of BARGE, the Bay Area Research Group in Enviroaesthetics. Recent books include Noise in the Face of (Roof Books, 2016), SITE CITE CITY (Futurepoem, 2015) and An Army of Lovers, co-written with Juliana Spahr (City Lights, 2013), plus the chapbook, The Riotous Outside, (Commune Editions, 2018). He has performed solo and with the choreographer and dancer Abby Crain. He teaches at Mills College, where is he steward of the adjunct faculty union, and at San Quentin’s Prison University Program.
SALEM COLLO-JULIN is a performer and writer who strives to be a good neighbor and likes talking to everybody. Con – she’s a 40something with a Tumblr. Pro – she has other hobbies. For many years she collaborated in an art group called Temporary Services, and before that she wrote a few plays and did performance art. Current interests include record collecting, bombing at open mics, and her daily work at the Chicago Reader.
CEAN GAMALINDA is a writer in Chicago. They are not the author of any published books ..yet, wink wink to any publishers 😉 Never mind though, they just lost the confidence to go through that mess again, ugh it’s like dating lol. They’re fine.
ANNE-ADELE WIGHT’s most recent book, An Internet of Containment, was published by BlazeVOX at the end of 2018. Her previous books, all from BlazeVOX, include The Age of Greenhouses (2016), Opera House Arterial (2013), and Sidestep Catapult (2011). Her work has been published internationally in print and online and includes appearances in Apiary, Philadelphia Poets, American Writing, Luna Luna, Bedfellows, Oz Burp, Have Your Chill, and Read On 2. She lives and writes in Philadelphia, has curated readings for two long-running poetry series, and has read extensively around the United States.
Red Rover Series is curated by Laaura Goldstein and Jennifer Karmin. Each event is designed as a reading experiment with participation by local, national, and international writers, artists, and performers. Founded in 2005, the over one hundred events have featured a diversity of renowned creative minds.
*November 19: Chicago launch for the anthology The Body in Language at Tritriangle, 1550 N. Milwaukee Ave, guest curated by Edwin Torres, performances by Jaap Blonk, Daniel Borzutzky, Jennifer Karmin, Judd Morrissey & Jennifer Scappettone