Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Event: Kimberly Ann Southwick, JP Cashla, and Shevaun Brannigan




Friday, Dec 6th at 7pm
at 
Brickbat Books:

Kimberly Ann Southwick
JP Cashla
Shevaun Brannigan



Kimberly Ann Southwick is a poet, editor, and teacher, living in Philadelphia with her husband, the artist Geoff Thompson, and their dog, Jezebel. She is the founder and editor in chief of the literary arts journal Gigantic Sequins. Her writing has been published in a variety of online and print journals. She currently teaches literature, writing, and grammar. She has a chapbook, every song by Patsy Cline, forthcoming from dancing girl press. Follow her on twitter @kimannjosouth.

 
Shevaun Brannigan has been published in Best New Poets 2012, Lumina (Sarah Lawrence College Literary Journal), Court Green, as well as other journals. She is a graduate of the Jiménez-Porter Writers' House, as well as Bennington College's MFA program. She currently works in fundraising for an animal shelter, and thanks her lucky stars every day she moved to Philadelphia.

 


JP Cashla is from the Maritime Republic of Eastport, which may or may not be a sovereign nation located on the Eastern Seaboard of the continental US. He comes from a family of writers, painters, dancers, book store entrepreneurs, theater supporters and art promoters. He makes his living structuring deals in the world of institutional commercial real estate investment, holds an MS from Johns Hopkins University and also teaches the occasional MBA class. It remains questionable how this all translates to poetry.
  JP Cashla’s first book of poetry, Stone Music, published this summer 2013 is available online everywhere and exclusively at Brickbat Books in Philadelphia. His chapbook Blister will be available in 2014.




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