Jordan Rogers will release his first collection of poems, titled Blood in the Water at Green Kill on Thursday, February 15. The event will begin at 7 pm with a book signing, followed by a featured performance from the poet at Voice Less readings and an open mic list.
Over the last 6 or so years Gary Siegel has been writing steadily, and has also produced the performance troupe – The Poetry Brothel of Kingston – a local chapter of a worldwide performance format – bringing performance poetry into yet another guise one that is loaded with good poetry and a rich nightlife feel.
Ira Sher grew up in New York City, received a BA from Oberlin College, and his MFA from the University of Houston. His short fiction has appeared in venues including Chicago Review, The Gettysburg Review and This American Life and has been frequently anthologized. Photo: Lynne Stone.
Victoria Sullivan is both a poet and a playwright, as well as co-host of a local radio show on WDST 100.1 FM (“The Woodstock Roundtable, of which she is the “poet laureate”). Her published chapbooks include: The Divided Bed, Alzheimer Dreams, Eating Figs at Twilight, and When I wasn’t Looking. Photo: Lynne Stone.
Bruce Weber, author of five published books of poetry, These Poems are Not Pretty (Miami: Palmetto Press, 1992), How the Poem Died (New York: Linear Arts, 1998), Poetic Justice (New York: Ikon Press, 2004), The First Time I Had Sex with T. S. Eliot (New York: Venom Press, 2004), and tThe Break-up of MyFirst Marriage…