Birds of Lace and Dancing Girl Press authors have teamed up to present you with a brunch-time affair (12:12pm) on Saturday March 9th. If you are in Boston and cold and in need of some entertaining & distinctly lacey literary stylings you may want to find yourself in a certain hotel suite to hear readings by:
Lisa Marie Basile
& Melinda Wilson
More information can be found here; there will be giveaways!
Additionally, Jeanine Deibel will be giving an early debut for her BoL chapbook In the Grave at AWP (it will be out in our etsy store later this month). She’ll have copies on hand to sell and will be reading at the Queertopia off-site event on Thu. March 7th at Club Cafe in Boston; she will also be on the panel Teaching Mutt Lit: Genre-benders, Hybrids, and other Weirdness in the Creative Writing Classroom Saturday, March 9 in Room 202, Hynes Convention Center from 9:00am – 10:15am.
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-Carrie Murphy wrote this post on Bitch Magazine’s blog about Benjamin Percy and his pregnancy suit
-Niina Pollari’s translations of Tytti Heikkinen’s poems, The Warmth of the Taxidermied Animal, will be out at AWP from Action Books; read Danielle Pafunda’s thoughts on it at Montevidayo as well as some words on it by Joyelle McSweeney
-Megan Milks’ TWINS is now available at Chicago bookshops Quimby’s and Uncharted Books. There are also only 3 more copies left at our etsy store before it’s sold out forever!
-Issue #8 of Requited feats. work from Kristina Marie Darling as well as BoL favorite Gillian Cummings
-A few BoL authors filled out the Next Big Thing interview: Carrie Murphy, Rohin Guha, JD Scott (who writes about his forthcoming BoL chapbooks Funerals & Thrones) and Andrea Quinlan, who writes about her forthcoming BoL chapbook The Mysteries of Laura
-The Dictionary Project interviewed Anna Joy Springer