Saturday, April 30 • 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Outlaw Poets: Sibling Rivalry Press Reading

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The only press to have ever won both Best Gay Poetry and Best Lesbian Poetry, SRP takes its mission directly from Adrienne Rich’s call for outlaw poetry: “There’s a lot of what I would call comfortable poetry around. But then there is all this other stuff going on….It’s intellectual and moral and political and sexual and sensual — all of that fermenting together. It can speak to people who have themselves felt like monsters and say: you are not alone, this is not monstrous. It can disturb and enrapture.” Whether exploring queer identity in the Peace Corps, social fragmentation, or family ghosts the four poets today are outlaws of form and subject. Join us as we share our monsters on the page and work towards creating a literature of connection.

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Emily Jaeger

Poet, Editor, Window Cat Press
Emily Jaeger is an MFA candidate at UMASS Boston and co-editor/co-founder of Window Cat Press. A Literary Lambda and TENT fellow, her poetry has appeared in Four Way Review, Soundings East, and Rust + Moth among others. Her chapbook The Evolution of Parasites is forthcoming from Sibling... Read More →

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Theresa Senato Edwards

Theresa Senato Edwards’ poetry books include Voices Through Skin, (Sibling Rivalry Press), a poem from this book entitled “Her Rituals” was a poetry finalist for the OCD Foundation’s Dare to Believe Contest; Painting Czeslawa Kwoka ~ Honoring Children of the Holocaust, a full-color... Read More →
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Matthew Hittinger

Matthew Hittinger is the author of The Erotic Postulate (2014) and Skin Shift (2012) both from Sibling Rivalry Press, and the chapbook Pear Slip (2007), winner of the Spire Press Chapbook Award. He received his MFA from the University of Michigan where he won a Hopwood Award... Read More →
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Michael Klein

Faculty, Hunter College
MICHAEL KLEIN is a five-time Lambda Literary Award finalist and has won the award twice in poetry.  In addition, his books of prose are "Track Conditions" and "The End of Being Known" both from the University of Wisconsin Press.  He teaches at Hunter College and in the low residency... Read More →

Saturday April 30, 2016 12:15pm - 1:15pm EDT
The Bridge at 211 211 Bridge Street, Salem Massachusetts 01970 (Formerly First Universalist Church)