Saturday, May 11th, 7PM, @ Cafe Mustache
Come help us celebrate the fancy & fabulous new books by Meekling friends Evelyn Hampton and Julia Madsen, who are coming through town, by way of Denver!
Evelyn Hampton is the author of Famous Children and Famished Adults, which won the Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction contest and was published by FC2 in 2019; The Aleatory Abyss (Publishing Genius 2017); Discomfort (Ellipsis Press 2015); and the chapbooks We Were Eternal and Gigantic (Magic Helicopter Press), MADAM (Meekling Press), and Seven Touches of Music (alice blue books).
Julia Madsen is a multimedia poet and educator. She received an MFA in Literary Arts from Brown University and is a PhD candidate in English/Creative Writing at the University of Denver. Her first book, The Boneyard, The Birth Manual, A Burial: Investigations into the Heartland, was recently published with Trembling Pillow Press and was listed on Entropy’s Best Poetry Books of 2018.
Popahna Brandes is the author of In An I, (Sidebrow Books, 2015); The Sea In Me/The Riddle We Heard (The Corresponding Society); and Reading Tests, in collaboration with Jack Henrie Fisher and a machinic interlocutor (Jan Van Eyck Academie). Works of translation, prose, film and music have been published by Belladonna*, The Encyclopedia Project, Sleepingfish, Ein Magazin über Orte, Tarpaulin Sky, and Pocket Myth. She has led classes in lyrical and impossible narrative forms for many years, runs an annual writing workshop in the book village of Montolieu, France, and has collected a few sticks in Chicago where she now lives.
Anne K. Yoder’s work has appeared in Fence, Bomb, and Tin House, among other publications, and was recently included in They Said: A Multi-Genre Anthology of Contemporary Collaborative Writing. She is the author of two chapbooks — Jungfrau Happy AHHHHH (Meekling Press) and Sigil & Sigh, with Megan Kaminski (Dusie Kollektiv). She is a staff writer for The Millions and is a member of Meekling Press. An excerpt of her novel, The Enhancers, is forthcoming in MAKE Lit’s Weird Science issue.
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