Something for the Phoenix Yokels
FIRST FRIDAY READING EVENT
Starring Christopher Burawa, Charles Jensen, and Sean Nevin
Friday, September 1
Changing Hands Bookstore, Tempe
Christopher Burawa is the Literature Director and Public Information Officer at the Arizona Commission on the Arts. His first book, The Small Mystery of Lapses, was published by Cleveland State University Press in spring 2006. His translations of works by Icelandic poet Johann Hjalmarsson were issued in summer 2005 and won the Toad Press International Chapbook Award.
Sean Nevin teaches creative writing at Arizona State University, where he serves as the assistant director of ASU’s Young Writer’s Program. He was awarded an Academy of American Poets Prize and a Creative Writing Fellowship from the Arizona Commission on the Arts. He is co-editor of 22 Across: A Review of Young Writers, and his work has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies including The Gettysburg Review, Blackbird: Poet Lore, 5 AM, Journal of American Medical Association, and Runes. His chapbook A House that Falls won the 2005 Slapering Hol Chapbook Award.
Charles Jensen is the person typing this.
An art show featuring, in part, photos of Charles Jensen by Kris Sanford
The Kitchenette Gallery in Phoenix
Show opens August 4, 2006, for First Friday