PRIVATE LINE: TRUCKIN
Saturday May 19, 8pm - late
[ featuring ]
Josef KAPLAN, Diana HAMILTON
and Rod SMITH
[ launching ]
DEMOCRACY IS NOT FOR THE PEOPLE (Kaplan)
OKAY, OKAY (Hamilton)
just out from TRUCK BOOKS
[ party + beer + music + dancing ]
just around midnight
[ chapbook ]
Designed for the occasion
by the best of the best
for all guests, who are all invited.
[ at Gowanus Studio Space ]
166 7th Street, Brooklyn, 11215
Josef Kaplan is the author of Peace (Poem Trees + Squash, 2010), 1-100
(Troll Thread, forthcoming 2012) and Democracy is not for the People
(Truck Books, 2012). He co-edits Tea Party Republicans Press and
co-curates the Segue Reading Series.
Diana HAMILTON is the author of Okay, Okay (Truck Books, 2012) and
Separate Rooms (Harlequin), among others. She has set aside her
material concerning emotional expression in order to complete The
Descent of Man.
ROD SMITH is the author of Deed, Music or Honesty, Protective
Immediacy, and In Memory of My Theories. He edits the journal Aerial,
publishes Edge Books, and manages Bridge Street Books in Washington,
DC. He is also editing The Selected Letters of Robert Creeley with
Kaplan Harris and Peter Baker for The University of California Press.
Smith was a Visiting Professor in Poetry at the Iowa Writers'
Workshop, Spring 2010. He currently teaches at the Corcoran College of
Art + Design.
Private Line is operated by Kendra Sullivan, Megan Ewing, Dylan
Gauthier & Macgregor Card.
The Gowanus Studio Space is a non-profit organization, providing
artists and designers with the resources necessary to make ambitious
work a reality. [www.gowanusstudio.org]