Sept 20: Waters, Bloch, Sadicario

Jacqueline Waters is the author of One Sleeps the Other Doesn't (Ugly Duckling Presse) and A Minute without Danger (Adventures in Poetry). Recent poems have appeared in The American Reader, Fanzine and Everyday Genius. She edits The Physiocrats, a pamphlet press.

Julia Bloch grew up in Northern California and Sydney, Australia. She is the author of Letters to Kelly Clarkson, a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award, and Allison Corporation, forthcoming in April 2015 from Sidebrow. Other work has appeared recently in Fact-Simile, The Offending Adam and The Volta. She works as associate director of the Kelly Writers House, teaches literature and creative writing at Penn, and coedits Jacket2.

Jaclyn Sadicario is from New York but let's face it, she's a Philadelphia poet now. She is the co-editor of bedfellows, a small, Philadelphia based literary magazine focused on intimacy & relationships, which she co-edits alongside Alina Pleskova--the second issue of bedfellows was released in print June 2014 and will be hosted at bedfellowsmagazine.com starting September 21st in anticipation of Philalalia. Her work can be found in a recent pizza poem anthology entitled 'By the Slice' released in August 2014 from Spooky Girlfriend Press, trinity review, & mad house, among other places. If you want to see more of her work, offer to publish her manuscript or talk to her. She can't keep making Nicole Steinberg edit her weird poems.