Join us this Saturday for readings from local and international critically acclaimed and boundary-pushing talent.
May-Lan Tan lives in London. She is the author of the story collection Things to Make and Break (CB Editions, 2014) and the chapbook Girly (Future Tense, 2014), and a collaborator with Marina Abramović Institute’s Immaterial. may-lan.com
Mia McCullough’s plays have been produced at Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago Dramatists, and Stage Left Theatre in Chicago, as well as around the country. Most recently her play SINCE AFRICA received its NYC premiere at Red Fern Theatre in February 2014.
Dan O’Brien is a poet and playwright in Los Angeles. His debut poetry collection, War Reporter, was published in 2013 and won the prestigious 2013 Fenton Aldeburgh Prize and was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection.
Daniel M. Shapiro lives in Pittsburgh. He is the author of How the Potato Chip Was Invented (sunnyoutside press), Interruptions (with Jessy Randall, Pecan Grove Press), The 44th-Worst Album Ever (NAP), and Teeth Underneath (FootHills Publishing).
Don Share is the editor of Poetry magazine in Chicago. His most recent books are Wishbone (Black Sparrow), Union (Eyewear Publishing), and Bunting’s Persia (Flood Editions); His translations of Miguel Hernández were awarded the Times Literary Supplement Translation Prize.