A Novel Idea & Mason Jar Press Present an Afternoon of Poetry & Prose

A Novel Idea & Mason Jar Press Present an Afternoon of Poetry & Prose

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Join us for an afternoon of poetry & prose, featuring seven incredible writers. This event is in partnership with Mason Jar Press.

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Join us for an afternoon of poetry & prose, featuring seven incredible writers. This event is in partnership with Mason Jar Press.

Saturday, August 27th 2pm ET via Zoom

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About the Authors

Caroline Bock is the author of Carry Her Home, winner of the Fiction Award from the Washington Writers' Publishing House, and LIE and Before My Eyes, young adult novels, from St. Martin's Press. The winner of the 2018 Writer magazine story award and the 2021 Adrift story award from Driftwood Press, she is also the fiction editor of the anthology This Is What America Looks Like: poetry and fiction from DC, Maryland, and Virginia and co-editor of the literary journal WWPH Writes. Her creative work has appeared in SmokeLong, Ploughshares, Bethesda Magazine, Brevity, Gargoyle, the Grace& Gravity series and more. In 2011, she earned an MFA in Fiction from The City College of New York. Find her often at Twitter at cabock writes.

Letitia is an island dwelling writing human, halfway between a hack and a hacker. She's curious about the strange and often exaggerates for fun.

Last year she published her first poetry collection (and it has "shit" in the title).

Taiwo Hassan is a writer of Yorùbá descent, a poet and a vocalist. A Best Of The Net Nominee, his poems have appeared in trampset, Kissing Dynamite, Lucent Dreaming, The Shore, Brittle Paper, Dust Poetry Magazine, Ice Floe Press, Wizards In Space and several other places. He emerged the first runner-up for the MANI 10 year anniversary Poetry Competition. He's also an undergraduate student of Demography and Social Statistics at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ilé-Ifẹ̀, Osun State, Nigeria. His first chapbook, Birds Don't Fly For Pleasure is forthcoming for publication by River Glass Books.

BEE LB is an array of letters, bound to impulse; they are a writer creating delicate connections. they have called anynumber of places home; currently, a single yellow wall in Michigan. they have been published in Revolute Lit, Roanoke Review, After the Pause, and corporeal, among others. they are a poetry reader for Capsule Stories.

Tiffany Promise (she/her) is a writer, poet, chronic migraineur, and the mother of two wildlings. She holds an MFA from Cal Arts, and her work has been published/forthcoming in Narrative Magazine, Brevity, Creative Nonfiction, Trnsfr, Okay Donkey and elsewhere. Tiffany now lives in Austin, Texas, but is originally from the mudbug-riddled swelter of the Gulf Coast, which is the setting of her first novel, Eggs.

Corinna Schulenburg (she/her) is a queer trans artist/activist committed to ensemble practice and social justice. She’s a mother, a playwright, a poet, and a Creative Partner of Flux Theatre Ensemble. Poems in: Arachne Press, Beaver Magazine, Capsule Stories, Lost Pilots, Long Con, LUPERCALIA Press, miniskirt magazine, Moist, Moonflake Press, MossPuppy, Oroboro, Okay Donkey, Poet Lore, SHIFT, The Shore, The Westchester Review, and more. https://corinnaschulenburg.com/writer/poet/

Ashish Kumar Singh (he/him) is a queer poet from India and a post graduate student of English Literature. Other than writing, he reads and sleeps extensively. Previously, his works have been published in Chestnut Review, Blue Marble Review, Brave New Voices etc.

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