May 13, 2003
Jeanne Heuving & Maryrose Larkin
Tuesday, May 13, 2003, 7:30 pm
2486 NW Kearney
Suggested donation $5
About the readers:
Jeanne Heuving is a cross-genre writer with current work appearing in the magazines 26, Bird Dog, News, HOW2, and Tinfish. Her condensed kunstlerroman, Crossing Cat Street, alternates between journal entries and experimental prose; recent poetry includes spare, minimalistic renditions of flowers. Her publications on various twentieth-century avant-garde writers include the book Omissions Are Not Accidents: Gender in the Art of Marianne Moore. A faculty member at the University of Washington, she is on the editorial advisory board of HOW2, and a member of the Subtext Collective in Seattle.
[Maryrose Larkin filled in for Ashley Edwards, who was scheduled to read but was sick.]