Featuring poets from Mad Gleam Press: Brad Geyer
Hosted by Thomas Fucaloro
Plus open mic
$3 suggested donation. Two drink min, alcoholic or non.
Brad Geyer is a 32 y/o writer with a Blue Belt in Tae-Kwon Do. His work has been featured by Global Citizen, Move On, The Atticus Review, The Hopkins Review and others. He has an MA from University College Dublin, a BA from Ithaca College, and an ex from LA. For more, visit therealbradman.com
Erica Schreiner is an experimental filmmaker, performance artist, and writer based in New York City. She has completed more than seventy performative video art pieces using a VHS video camera including Satori, a feature film. Erica published two books of short stories: Hellos & Goodbyes (2009) and Arrows (illustrated by Nyssa Frank, 2015), a poetry book The Plastic Sea (Blue Pear Projects, 2017). The Greatest History of Life (2019) was just published this year with Mad Gleam Press. She hosts Living Volume, an open mic at The Living Gallery Outpost in the East Village (every third Wednesday of the month.) She also founded Marietta Magazine, a printed periodical that explores and documents experimental video and performance art. She’s currently working on her second feature film. www.ericaschreiner.com
Nick Walther is an actor and writer based out of Bushwick, Brooklyn. They are an active member of the vibrant artistic community there. They've performed with Saints of an Unnamed Country and Theater Breaking Through Barriers, in addition to other collectives and as a solo performer, at venues like Studio Theatre at Theatre Row, MoMA PS1, The Glove, Secret Project Robot, and many more.