OCTOBER : Brolaski, Carnahan, Hall

Join us Wednesday, October 15 for the next queer installment



Unnameable Books / 7pm / free


JULIAN T. BROLASKI co-curated the the New Brutalism series in Oakland from 2003-2005 (with Cynthia Sailers) and the Holloway Poetry Series at UC Berkeley from 2004-2006. Brolaski is the author of the chapbooks Hellish Death Monsters (Spooky Press 2001), Letters to Hank Williams (True West Press 2003), The Daily Usonian (Atticus/Finch 2004), Madame Bovary's Diary (Cy Press 2005) and the defunct blog Swimming for Dummies (under the name Tanya Brolaski). Xe is a poetry editor at Litmus Press in Brooklyn and is writing es dissertation on rhyme in medieval, Renaissance and Apache poetries.

Brooklyn resident KERRY CARNAHAN has co-authored and edited a number of publications, including the New York City High Performance Infrastructure Guidelines, Cool and Green Roofs, and Sustainable Urban Sites (forthcoming).

JAMES ALLEN HALL is the author of Now You're the Enemy, which was selected for the 2008 University of Arkansas Poetry Series and was a finalist for the Walt Whitman Award. His poems and personal essays have appeared in TriQuarterly, Boston Review, Redivider, American Letters and Commentary, and others. He is working on a memoir (tentatively titled I Liked You Better Before I Knew You So Well) and a second book of poems. He teaches creative writing at SUNY--Potsdam.


down one flight of stairs at Unnameable Books, 456 Bergen Street, Brooklyn.