September 21, 2017

Meghan Lamb, Stacey Tran, Dao Strom, Parker Tettleton, & Lisa Ciccarello

Thursday, September 21
7:00 pm

Passages Bookshop
1223 NE ML King Blvd.

$5 suggested donation (no one turned away)

Meghan Lamb is the author of the novel Silk Flowers (Birds of Lace), the poetry chapbook Letter to Theresa (dancing girl press), and the novella Sacramento (Solar Luxuriance). Her work has appeared in DIAGRAM, Passages North, Redivider, The Collagist, Nat. Brut, Black Sun Lit, and elsewhere.

Lisa Ciccarello is the author of At Night (Black Ocean) and several chapbooks, including Everything makes a noise when it reveals itself (Cartridge Lit), and I only thought of the farm (DoubleCross Press). Her poems have appeared in Tin House, The Academy of American Poets, Denver Quarterly, the PEN Poetry Series, Handsome, the Columbia Poetry Review, & The Volta, among others.

Dao Strom is the author of Grass Roof, Tin Roof (a novel), The Gentle Order of Girls and Boys (a collection of novellas), and We Were Meant To Be a Gentle People (a hybrid memoir, accompanied by an album, East/West). Her work explores hybridity through melding disparate "voices"--written, sung, visual--to contemplate the intersection of personal and collective histories. She is co-founder of She Who Has No Master(s), a collective of women writers of the Vietnamese diaspora, and De-Canon, a popup library and resource project showcasing writers of color.

Stacey Tran's first chapbook, Fake Haiku, was released by Wendy's Subway in February 2017. Her first full-length book, Soap for the Dogs, is forthcoming from Gramma (Spring 2018). She curates Tender Table, and other writing can be found in diaCRITICS, The Fanzine, Gramma, and The Volta.

Parker Tettleton, a vegan Leo, is the author of Ours Mine Yours (Pity Milk Press, 2014), Greens (Thunderclap Press, 2012), and Same Opposite (Thunderclap Press, 2010). More information can be found online at August Light.