October 20, 2007

Sarah Anne Cox, Dana Teen Lomax, & Jesse Morse

[Not a Spare Room event, but we thought you'd like to know about it...]

Tangent Reading Series presents a poetry reading by

Sarah Anne Cox, Dana Teen Lomax, and Jesse Morse

Saturday, October 20
7:00 p.m.

The Press Club
2621 SE Clinton St, Portland

(Please note that is this a different location than our usual venue)

Admission is free


Sarah Anne Cox is the author of Parcel (O Books 2006) and Arrival
(Krupsaya 2002). She lives in San Francisco where she teaches,
windsurfs and cares for her two children. When not on the road, she is
thinking about leaving and writing her new manuscript entitled Truancy.

Dana Teen Lomax is the author of CurrenĀ¢y (Palm Press), Room (a+bend
press), and the co-editor of Letters To Poets, Conversations About
Poetics, Politics and Community (Saturnalia Books, 2008). Her work has
received the San Francisco Foundation's Joseph Henry Jackson prize for
poetry, as well as Academy of American Poets, Ann Fields, and Leo
Litwak awards. Supported by the California Arts Council, the Peninsula
Community Foundation, the Zellerbach Family Fund, the Marin Arts
Council, and other organizations, she is presently working on Q, "home
movies" about raising a daughter on prison grounds. She lives in
northern California with her family.

Jesse Morse lives and writes out of Portland, Oregon. His work,
interviews and reviews have appeared or are forthcoming in American
Drivel Review, One Less: Art on the Range, Jacket, Hobart, P.F.S. Post,
Crane's Bill Books, Mirage #4/Period(ical), and CAB/NET Magazine. He
edited Bombay Gin 30 and worked as an Associate Editor at
Portland-based magazine Ellipsis for a year. He appeared on Portland
KBOO's poetry show "The Talking Earth" and even had his own radio show