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Berkeley Poetry Review Issue 48 Release Party
May 11 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Berkeley Poetry Review will be holding a release party for issue 48 of our annual poetry journal. The party will be hosted by E.M. Wolfman General Interest Small Bookstore @ 410 13th st, Oakland, near Broadway, @ 6pm and will feature readings by a few of the poets to be published in our journal, Lo Ferris, Claire Marie Stnacek, and Daniel Benjamin. Snacks and beverages will be included & we hope to see you there!
Claire Marie Stancek
Bio: Originally from outside Toronto, Ontario, Claire Marie Stancek now lives in Berkeley, California. She is the author of MOUTHS (Noemi, 2017), and with Lyn Hejinian and Jane Gregory, she edits Nion Editions. These poems are taken from her second book of poetry, Oil Spell, which is forthcoming from Omnidawn in spring 2018.
Bio: Lo Ferris is a poet and translator living in the East Bay. Their work can also be found in Fence, Bombay Gin, and The Atlas Review.
Bio: Daniel Benjamin is a PhD candidate in English and Critical Theory at UC Berkeley, researching minoritarian forms of universality in lyric poetry. With Eric Sneathen, he is the co-editor of The Bigness of Things: New Narrative and Visual Culture (Wolfman Books, 2017); with Claire Marie Stancek, he is the co-editor of Active Aesthetics: Contemporary Australian Poetry (Tuumba / Giramondo, 2016).