Under the Sign of the Bear Poetry Series

From: Saturday, September 26th at 7:00 PM
To: Saturday, September 26th at 9:00 PM
Location:East End Book Exchange

Leslie Anne Mcilroy won the 1997 Slipstream Poetry Chapbook Prize for Gravel, the 2001 Word Press Poetry Prize for her full-length collection Rare Space and the 1997 Chicago Literary Awards. Her second book, Liquid Like This, was published by Word Press in 2008 and SLAG by Main Street Rag in December, 2014 as runner-up to their 2014 Poetry Book Prize. Leslie’s poems appear or are forthcoming in Grist, Jubilat, The Mississippi Review, PANK, Pearl, Poetry Magazine, the New Ohio Review, The Chiron Review and more. She is managing editor of HEArt  Human Equity through Art. Leslie works as a copywriter in Pittsburgh where she lives with her daughter Silas.

Sarah Lilius poetry can be found in The Denver Quarterly, Court Green, BlazeVOX, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, Hermeneutic Chaos, and other places. She is the author of What Becomes Within, published in 2014 by ELJ Publications. Lilius lives in Arlington, VA with her two sons and husband. Visit her website, sarahlilius.com.

Jennifer MacBain-Stephens went to NYUs Tisch School of the Arts and currently lives in the DC area with her family. She is the author of six chapbooks. The most recent ones are forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press, Crisis Chronicles Press and Shirt Pocket Press. Her first full length poetry collection is forthcoming from Lucky Bastard Press. Recent work can be seen / is forthcoming at, Pretty Owl Poetry, Yes, Poetry, Gargoyle Magazine, Jet Fuel Review, Glittermob, The Norfolk Review, Moss Trill, Pith, So to Speak, Apple Valley Review, Otis Nebula, Freezeray, and Hobart. For more, visit: http://jennifermacbainstephens.wordpress.com/.

Sarah Ann Winn is a free range librarian from Manassas, Virginia. Her poems have appeared in Cider Press Review, Massachusetts Review, Nashville Review, Quarterly West, and RHINO, among others. Her micro-chapbook, Haunting the Last House on Holland Island, is upcoming from Porkbelly in Spring of 2016. Her first chapbook, Portage, is available as a free download from Sundress Publications. She lives in Manassas, Virginia with her husband, Dave, along with two sweet dogs, and one bad cat.

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