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Damon Krukowski writes and teaches poetry as well music criticism. He is the author of a book of prose poems, The Memory Theatre Burned (Turtle Point Press). Along with Naomi Yang he runs Exact Change, a publishing house specializing in Surrealist and other experimental literature and artists' writings, and is one half of the influential avant-folk duo, Damon and Naomi.

Find more info on Damon and Naomi here

See poems by Damon here

Jeremy Sigler received an MFA in sculpture from the University of California, Los Angeles. He has published five books: To and To (Left Hand Books, 1998), Mallet Eyes (Left Hand Books, 2000), Led Almost by My Tie (with Jessica Stockholder, Ruth Lingen Editions, 2007), Math (Ubuweb Editions, 2008), and Crackpot Poet (Black Square Editions/Brooklyn Rail, 2010). Sigler is also the publisher of a 2-page, malleable clay journal called Rational/Irrational currently installed in the bookstore café at MoMA/PS1. While teaching at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Sigler formed the band Ponytail and directed his own stage adaptation of Jerzy Kozinski's "Being There." In 2006, Sigler was a recipient of a Lannan Foundation residency in Marfa, Texas. He is the Associate Editor of Parkett Publishers, teaches in the graduate art departments of Yale University, SUNY Purchase, and The Maryland Institute College of Art, and is the creator of the Theater of Therapeutic Choreography

See poems by Jeremy here

Alex Phillips was born in Concord, Massachusetts, in 1977. He is the
poet in residence at Fort Juniper in Cushman Village, Amherst, and is
an assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts. He is the author of Crash Dome (Factory Hollow Press, 2010)

On Crash Dome: "That from the twenty-six letters of our alphabet this book could be born is a miracle, a heartbreakingly glorious one that demands it be read, and talked about, and marveled over, and, like all true miracles, doesn't give a damn if it isn't."--Mary Ruefle

See a poem by Alex here

All readings are free and open to the public. Wine guaranteed if you get there early.

All readings are held at the Pierre Menard Gallery,

10 Arrow Street, Cambridge MA

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