The Imaginary Press Reading Series

The press is imaginary. The poets are real.

Friday, February 20, 2009

March 8 -- It's a special Sunday Imaginary Press!!

Join us at Diamond's Coffee Shop at 7:30 for this very special event:

A former James Michener Fellow at the University of Texas-Austin, Jenny Browne is the author of three collections of poems, Glass (Pecan Grove, 2000), At Once (University of Tampa, 2004) and The Second Reason (Tampa, 2007). Her work has been featured on public buses in downtown Austin through the Poetry in Motion Program, on the walls of the Blanton Museum of Art and on stage with Texas Art and Letters Live. New poems and essays have been recently published or are forthcoming from American Poetry Review, AGNI, Massachusetts Review, the Texas Observer and Bat City Review. She lives in downtown San Antonio and teaches at Trinity University.

Jen March loves when spring sneaks in between the cold days of February. She loves Sylvia Plath. She loves reading poetry, sitting by books, walking around books, eating good food, drinking good wine, and sharing life with good people. She received her MFA in Writing from Hamline University, and she was the recipient of a 2006 Latitudes Grant from Mizna: A Forum for Arab American Art. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Mizna Journal, What Light: An Anthology from, Freshwater, and Flurry. She currently teaches English at Minneapolis Community & Technical College.

Paula Cisewski is... okay, this is me. What am I doing reading in my own reading series? Well, folks, I have a new little chapbook out from MaCaHu Press called Two Museums that I would like to share with you. I also would like to introduce you to my two new fellow Imaginary Press cohorts. That's right. Imaginary Press has become a TEAM!