SPD PRESENTS is a monthly reading series with the aim of fostering relationships between emerging writers and readers in our national small press community.
this time w/ guest curator Brandon Brown
최 LINDSAY is a diasporic Korean poet and a student at UC Berkeley, where they work as the editor in chief of Berkeley Poetry Review. Their poems can be found in Hold: A Journal, The Felt, OmniVerse, Apogee, and their chapbook, Matrices (speCt! books, 2017).
J. GORDON FAYLOR is the author of The Puppet Wedding (Smiling Mind Documents), Registration Caspar (Ugly Duckling Presse), and The Sycophant (TROLL THREAD), among other works. He edits Gauss PDF and is managing editor of Open Space.
HOLLY PESTER is a poet mainly based in London. She teaches Poetry and Performance at the University of Essex. Her book, go to reception and ask for Sara in red felt tip is a collection of poetry and experimental fictions written in response to the Women's Art Library archives (Book Works 2015) and her album, Common Rest (Test Centre 2016) is a collection of collaborative lullabies and sound poems.
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