Sept 24: Abendroth, Bouchard, Hadbawnik

Emily Abendroth is a writer and artist who lives both here and elsewhere as the situation requires. She is the author of toward eadward forward (horse less press), muzzle blast dander (in refuge/refugee, chain links vol 3), and Property : None / Property : Undone (a broadside project with TapRoot Editions). Together with fellow poet Justin Audia she co-curates the Moles Not Molar Reading & Performance Series.

Daniel Bouchard’s poetry books include The Filaments (Zasterle, 2006), Some Mountains Removed, and Diminutive Revolutions (Subpress 2004, 2000). He grew up south of Philadelphia and attended the Temple Writing Program. An essay on Rachel Blau DuPlessis’s Drafts is forthcoming in Jacket2.

David Hadbawnik is a poet and performer currently living with his wife in Buffalo, NY. In 2011, he edited Jack Spicer’s Beowulf for the CUNY Lost and Found Document series (with Sean Reynolds), and published Field Work (BlazeVOX Books). Other publications include the books Translations From Creeley (Sardines, 2008), Ovid in Exile (Interbirth, 2007), and SF Spleen (Skanky Possum, 2006). He is the editor and publisher of Habenicht Press and the journal kadar koli. He began studying towards his PhD in poetics at SUNY Buffalo in fall 2008, where he directs the Buffalo Poets Theater.