Celebrate the launch of Artifice Magazine

Small Animal Project teams up with Artifice Magazine to celebrate the launch of Issue #1 at Outpost 186. Small donation suggested. Readers will include Ori Fienberg, William Walsh, Elisa Gabbert & Jessica Bozek.

Saturday, 2/27/10
Outpost 186
186 1/2 Hampshire Street
Cambridge, MA
3 pm

Ori Fienberg is a Writing Center Coordinator for WriteBoston, an organization working to improve the writing of students in the Boston public high schools. He’s had work published in Diagram, Subtropics, and The Cincinnati Review, to name a few. He has work forthcoming in Pank Online and Artifice.

Elisa Gabbert is the poetry editor of Absent and the author of Thanks for Sending the Engine (Kitchen Press, 2007) and The French Exit (Birds LLC, forthcoming). Her latest chapbook co-written with Kathleen Rooney is Don’t ever stay the same; keep changing (Spooky Girlfriend Press). Recent poems can be found in Colorado Review, The Laurel Review, Puerto del Sol, and Salt Hill.

William Walsh is the author of Questionstruck (Keyhole Press, 2009) and Without Wax (Casperian Books, 2009). His stories and derived texts have appeared in Annalemma, Quick Fiction, LIT, Rosebud, New York Tyrant, Caketrain, Juked, and other journals. A book of short stories called Ampersand, Mass, and a collection of Joycean texts entitled Unknown Arts are forthcoming from Keyhole Press in February 2011.

Jessica Bozek is the author of The Bodyfeel Lexicon (Switchback Books) and several chapbooks. Recent poems appear in Action, Yes, Artifice, Fairy Tale Review, P-QUEUE, and Womb. Jessica runs Small Animal Project.

See smallanimalproject.com for further directions/poems/pictures.