dimanche 25 mai 2008

After-IVY May 27th reading in English of Works in Progress


Le Next & IVY Writers Paris invites you to hear new works in English by authors


Christine HERZER,


Jonathan REGIER,

& Jennifer K. DICK

Tuesday, the 27th of May 2008

To celebrate new works, works in progress, MFAing & the publication of Come Hither Magazine. Short readings by each author will be followed by drinks then dinner in a nearby restaurant. Reading is free! Come get a copy of Come Hither!

Reading will start at 20h promptly:

doors open at 19h00 for pre-drinks.


17 rue Tiquetonne

75002 Paris

M° Etienne Marcel/Les Halles.

Free !/ Gratuit !


Mary Ellen Gallagher moved to Paris years ago from Denver, where she’d she specialized in marketing and public relations, ran her own PR firm serving clients as diverse as the Diane Fossey Gorilla Fund & the World Bank. Now she is completing her MFA in fiction at Lesley University. A writer of prose (for which she has won awards in France, the USA & Australia) & memoir, she will be delighting us with a series of works written in metros this spring.

Elisa McCool, editor in chief of Come Hither magazine, hails from Austin, TX but has been living in Paris for 2 years. Her work has appeared in Skanky Possum & in broadside form for the Parvati Press Cross-Quarter reading series. She taught a poetry workshop in a men's prison in Iowa, & next year will join the MFA program in poetry at the University of Michigan. Don’t miss this chance to hear her work!

Jonathan Regier is the author of the forthcoming Three Years From Upstate (Six Gallery Press, October 2008: www.sixgallerypress.com) & is hard at work on a new collection based on Tristan & Iseult. His work combines elements of storytelling with poetry. This will be his first reading in Paris! Poet & visual artist

Christine Herzer is working on her MFA in poetry at Bennington College, Vermont. She has studied with Michael Burkard & Timothy Liu. She is currently in Paris to work on an artist book, & will be sharing new works with us.

Jennifer K Dick, author of the book Fluorescence, the chapbook Retina / Rétine & eBook Enclosures will read from new work in progress. She teaches at École Polytechnique & Lille III. Jen co-organizes IVY Writers with Michelle Noteboom. They will be reading together alongside Roberta Vellevé & Margo Berdeshevsky the 2nd of June at Shakespeare & Co , 37 rue de la bucherie Paris 5e.

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