Featuring Jennifer Juneau, Tsaurah Litzky, and John Pinkham
Hosted by Thomas Fucaloro
Plus open mic
$3 suggested donation. Two drink min, alcoholic or non.
Jennifer Juneau is the author of the poetry collection More Than Moon due out mid 2018 from Is a Rose Press. Her work has been nominated for two Pushcart Prizes, the Million Writers Award, a Sundress Best of the Net Award and has been published in magazines such as American Poetry Journal, Café Review, Cincinnati Review, Columbia Journal, Evergreen Review, Live Mag!, Sensitive Skin, and elsewhere. She lives in NYC where she is active in poetry and prose readings in Brooklyn and on the Lower East Side.
John Pinkham is a spoken word poet from Boston. He just finished out his rookie year in the world of competitive poetry as a member of Slam Free or Die’s National Poetry Slam team. Pinkham works to interrogate memory through his poetry, to give it a body and a voice, to leave it alone, cold, and afraid, before it inevitably does the same to all of us. Drawing inspiration from his family’s Boston Italian roots, his poems can be paired with a large iced regular from Dunkin Donuts and a Pizzelle cookie.
A long time trendsetter in the margins, Tsaurah Litzky is a Pushcart Prize nominated poet who also writes fiction, erotica, memoir and commentary. Her poetry collections include Baby On The Water (Long Shot Press) and Cleaning the Duck (Bowery Books). Her memoir Flasher is out from Unbearables /Autonomedia. You may also find her fiction in the great weather for MEDIA anthology, The Careless Embrace of the Boneshaker. Tsaurah believes it is a privilege to be a poet. Interview