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Thursday, August 23, 2012

Bad Blood XIII Reading Tonight

Posted by Jacob Schraer on Thu, Aug 23, 2012 at 3:29 PM

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The folks at Bad Blood are back in action tonight with a reading event at Inner SE Portland art space ADX. The readers are:

CHRISTOPHER DEWEESE is the author of The Black Forest (Octopus Books, 2012). His poems have appeared in Boston Review, jubilat, and Tin House. He teaches at Smith College and lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.

HEATHER CHRISTLE is the author of What Is Amazing, The Trees The Trees, and The Difficult Farm. She teaches poetry at Sarah Lawrence, lives in Northampton, Massachusetts, runs the Royal Society of Hadley for Improving Natural Knowledge at Flying Object, and is the web editor for jubilat.

FRANCESCA CHABRIER lives and writes in Oregon. Her chapbook, The Axioms, is forthcoming from Pilot Books, and her first full-length collection, Throw Yourself Into The Prairie, will be published by Sarabande Books.

Drew Swenhaugen of Bad Blood and Poor Claudia tells me there will be a special announcement as well. The reading is free but donations are appreciated (with beer).

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