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David Shields nano-interview

Featured readers are Ben Olguín, and Alexandra van de Kamp, & a special guest reader. Followed by open mic.

Due to a family emergency, Debra Monroe will not be reading at this event. Debra will be back at Gemini Ink this summer. More info here: geminiink.org/event/life-becomes-art-form-in-the-essay-memoir/

Ben Olguin’s poetry has appeared in Borderlands, Callaloo, and North American Review. His most recent publication is At the Risk of Seeming Ridiculous: Poems from Cuba Libre (2014), and he is currently completing a third collection, Pericardial Tamponade.

Alexandra van de Kamp has been published in numerous journals including 32PoemsThe Denver Quarterly, and The Connecticut Review. Her full-length collection of poems, The Park of Upside-Down Chairs, was published in 2010, and her chapbook, Dear Jean Seberg (2011), won the Burnside Review Chapbook Contest, judged by Matthew Dickman. Alexandra is Gemini Ink’s Creative Writing Classes Program Director.