Jan 16: Love Among the Ruins

Daniel Lin has a chapbook, TINDER, from Nightboat Books, and he's published poems in Waccamaw, Unsplendid, Realpoetik, Agni, Chelsea and Notre Dame Review. He edits Love Among the Ruins, which recently published books by Ernest Hilbert, Heather Green, and Laura Jaramillo.

Heather Green’s poems have appeared in Barrow Street, Denver Quarterly, DIAGRAM, Octopus, Tarpaulin Sky, and other journals. Her translations of Tristan Tzara recently appeared in Open Letters Monthly. Early in 2009, Dancing Girl Press published her chapbook, The Match Array.

Laura Jaramillo is a poet from Queens. She is the author of The Reactionary Poems (Olywa Press) and The Civilian Nest (Love Among the Ruins Press).


Dec 12: Bloch, Foster, Gallagher

Kristen Gallagher is from Philadelphia and now lives in New York where she teaches at LaGuardia Community College. Her book Reading a Map will come out in Spring 2010.

Julia Bloch's poems have appeared recently in Cue, The Sidebrow Anthology, and Cricket Online Review; she has reviewed poetry recently for How2, New Review of Literature, and Sentence. Her chapbook The Selfist is forthcoming from Katalanché Press; the title poem of that manuscript was set to music and performed at the Kimmel Center by the Network for New Music (sung by a baritone).

Tonya Foster is the author of A Swarm of Bees in High Court, a Belladonna chapbook, and is currently completing A Mathematics of Chaos, a cross-genre, multi-media piece on New Orleans, and Monkey Talk, an inter-genre piece about race, paranoia, and surveillance, and A History of the Bitch, a collection of poems. A native of New Orleans, she resides and writes in Harlem.