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Claire Grossman, Terry Taplin, Jacq Greyja
November 7, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm UTC+0free
Claire Grossman studies English literature at Stanford and is co-curator of Cantíl, an Oakland-based reading series.
Terry Taplin is an MFA in Creative Writing Candidate at Saint Mary’s College of California where he serves as an assistant poetry editor at MARY: A Journal for New Writing and is the inaugural Lambda Literary Fellow. He holds a Bachelor’s in Classical Languages: Greek and Latin. He is a former slam champion and is the recipient of the Ina Coolbrith Prize for Undergraduate Poetry (academic year 14-15). Terry lives in Berkeley, is an instructional assistant in the English Dept. at Berkeley City College, and is interning as a marketing assistant at Omnidawn Publishing. He is the author of fragmenta (Marigold 2016).
Jacq Greyja is a nonbinary writer from California. They are a graduate student in the Creative Writing MFA program at San Francisco State University, where they are a William Dickey Poetry Fellow. Jacq’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Hold: A Journal, BAMPFA, Bushel Collective, Bettering American Poetry Vol. II, Columbia Poetry Review, Apogee, Peach Mag, Berkeley Poetry Review, and elsewhere. Their first chapbook,