Chicago Marathon Reading
Be sure to stop by and check out Switchback at this year's Chicago Marathon Reading. We will be selling our wordy wares at the special low low price of $10/book. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHICAGO MARATHON READING an off-site event coinciding with the 2007 Modern Language Association convention. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28th from 7-9:30 pm at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago 112 S. Michigan Avenue, in the Ballroom. FREE and ADA accessible to the public. Co-sponsored by the the Writing Program at the Schoolof the Art Institute and the Poetry Foundation. OVER 50 POETS: Quraysh Ali Lansana, Joe Amato, Robert Archambeau, Dodie Bellamy, Ray Bianchi, Tisa Bryant, Charles Cantolupo, Stephen Cope, Josh Corey, Joel Craig, Elizabeth Cross, Garin Cycholl, Michael Davidson, Patrick Durgin, Joel Felix, Kass Fleisher, C. S. Giscombe, Renee Gladman, Chris Glomski, Steve Halle, Duriel Harris, Carla Harryman, William R. Howe, Pierre Joris, Jennifer Karmin, Kevin Killian, Petra Kuppers, David Lloyd, Nicole Markotic, Cate Marvin, Philip Metres, Laura Moriarty, Simone Muench, Aldon Nielsen, Mark Nowak, Kristy Odelius, Bob Perelman, Kristin Prevallet, Jen Scappettone, Robyn Schiff, Susan Schultz, Don Share, Ed Skoog, Kerri Sonnenberg, Chuck Stebelton, Mark Tardi, Catherine Taylor, Tony Trigilio, Nick Twemlow, Lina Ramona Vitkauskas, Barrett Watten, Tyrone Williams, Tim Yu A DISPLAY OF CHICAGO JOURNALS & PRESSES: *ACM *The Canary *Columbia Poetry Review *Court Green *Cracked Slab Books *Dancing Girl Press *Flood Editions *Hotel Amerika *House Press *Journal of Artists' Books *Kenning Editions *Make Magazine *March Abrazo Press *MoonLit *Sara Ranchouse *Switchback Books *Third World Press *TriQuarterly AND MUCH MUCH MORE: Refreshments! Select books by the readers for sale from Small Press Distribution. The MLA Off-Site Marathon Reading is a satellite tradition coinciding but unaffiliated with the Modern Language Association's annual convention. This event is curated by Robert Archambeau and Patrick Durgin. The Chicago publications display is curated by Jennifer Karmin.