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Elaine Kahn with Coco Gordon Moore & Bridget Talone

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Elaine Kahn with Coco Gordon Moore & Bridget Talone

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Join us for the New York City launch of Elaine Kahn’s latest book Romance or The End (Softskull Press, 2020). In this highly anticipated collection of chaotic and gutting love, Kahn frays the literary membrane between narrative and self to give us this magnetic work of seduction, contortion, and repulsion. Elaine Kahn will be joined by Coco Gordon Moore and Bridget Talone.

Elaine Kahn is the author of Romance or The End (Soft Skull, 2020) and Women in Public (City Lights Publishers, 2015). Her writing has appeared in Frieze, The Brooklyn Rail, jubilat, Poetry Foundation, Art Papers, and elsewhere. She received an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and teaches at the Poetry Field School. She lives in Los Angeles, California.

Coco Gordon Moore is a visual artist and poet. She is the author of “A Sketch of Romance” and “Today I Hate The Sun”. The proceeds from her latest chapbook went to The Brooklyn Community Bail Fund and her upcoming book will help aid Red Dot Campaign; a non profit working to destigmatize the period as well as collecting tampons and pads for shelters and underfunded schools. Last year Gordon Moore put together a group show at Reena Spauings gallery in efforts of creating a space of affordable art and working to raise money and awareness for the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund. She continues to try and find ways to use art as a tool for reparations.

Bridget Talone is the author of The Soft Life and lives in Philadelphia. Recent work has appeared in A Perfect Vacuum, Pouch Mag, and Elderly.

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