Featuring Craig Czur, Molly Kirschner, and Erica Schreiner
Hosted by George Wallace
Plus open mic
$3 suggested donation. Two drink min, alcoholic or non.
Craig Czury has spent over three decades conducting workshops of poetry, life-writing, and writing as healing in schools, universities, community centers, juvenile detention centers, homeless shelters, and mental hospitals. A lecturer at Albright College, Craig is the author of over 20 books of poetry, most recently Thumb Notes Almanac: Hitchhiking the Marcellus Shale (FootHills Publishing 2015), a poetry documentary woven from his hitchhiking interviews in the heart of "fracking" in his home region of Northeastern Pennsylvani;, and Fifteen Stones (NY Quarterly Press, Sept. 2017).
Molly Kirschner is a poet and playwright. Kirschner’s first book of poems, Hard Proof, was released in July of 2015 from Red Mountain Press. Her second collection, Notes For Further Research, is forthcoming from Fly By Night Press, a subsidiary of A Gathering of the Tribes. Kirschner’s poems have appeared in numerous journals, as well as in Italian translation. Her new play “L’appel du Vide” premiered this summer at Under St Marks Theater.
Erica Schreiner is an experimental video and performance artist, and writer from Oregon. She’s studied under performance artist, Marina Abramovic at MoMA PS1, contributed to Nick Knight’s SHOWstudio, and shown work at The Bill Hodges Gallery in Manhattan. She’s written two books of short stories: Hellos & Goodbyes (2009) and Arrows (2015). Erica has created over 65 works of video art including one feature film entitled: Satori (2015). This fall, Mad Gleam Press will release her novella entitled The Greatest History of Life.