Sunday, November 22: Lily Brown, Andrew McDonald & Joshua Marie Wilkinson

Fill up on poetry before the pie gets you. Lily Brown, Andrew McDonald, and Joshua Marie Wilkinson will read at Outpost 186 on Sunday, 11/22. 3 pm, small donation suggested.



Lily Brown was born and raised in Massachusetts, and currently lives in Chicago and in Athens, Georgia, where she is a Ph.D. student at the University of Georgia. Her first book, Rust or Go Missing, is forthcoming in 2010 from Cleveland State University Poetry Center, and her poems have appeared in Fence, Pleiades, Denver Quarterly, and Tarpaulin Sky, among other journals. Her chapbook, Old with You, is available from Kitchen Press.

Read excerpts from Lily’s work here, here, and here.



Andrew McDonald is an undergraduate Creative Writing student at Lesley University. He lives in Allston, MA and has never been published.

Read some of Andrew’s work here.



Joshua Marie Wilkinson hails from Seattle. He is the author of four books of poetry, most recently The Book of Whispering in the Projection Booth (Tupelo, 2009). Two new projects are due out in 2010: Selenography (Sidebrow), a book-length collaboration with the Polaroids of Califone’s Tim Rutili and Poets on Teaching, an anthology featuring short essays by 101 poets (Iowa). He lives in Chicago and Athens, Georgia.

Read excerpts from Joshua’s work here and here.