Jeopardy, Spooky Girlfriend Press, and The Boiler join forces to bring you one night of fabulous readings from Sarah A. Chavez, Alexandra Naughton, Nicole Steinberg, Michelle Y. Burke, Caylin Capra-Thomas, Jenny Molberg, and more!
About our readers:
Michelle Y. Burke is the author of Animal Purpose (forthcoming from Ohio University Press), winner of the 2015 Hollis Summers Poetry Prize, and Horse Loquela (Red Mountain Review/Alabama School of Fine Arts), winner of the 2007 Red Mountain Review Chapbook Series Award. Her poems have appeared in Poetry, New Orleans Review, American Literary Review, Georgetown Review, and elsewhere. She teaches at Hostos Community College in the Bronx and lives in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter.
Jenny Molberg won the 2014 Berkshire Prize for her debut collection of poems, Marvels of the Invisible (forthcoming, Tupelo Press). Her poems have appeared in North American Review, Copper Nickel, Third Coast, The New Guard, The Rattling Wall, Mississippi Review and other journals. She has been nominated for a 2015 Pushcart Prize, and was featured in Best New Poets 2014. Currently, she teaches at the University of North Texas and serves as Production Editor for American Literary Review.
Caylin Capra-Thomas is the author of a chapbook, The Marilyn Letters, available through dancing girl press. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in journals such as Crazyhorse, Bat City Review, Fugue, Sixth Finch, alice blue review, The Boiler, and Yemassee. She lives in Missoula, Montana, where she’s pursuing an MFA and serving as a poetry editor for CutBank.
March 27, 2014
7PM at The People’s Last Stand
Featuring one editor and one reader from The American Literary Review, Reunion: The Dallas Review, Camera Obscura, The First Line, Carve Magazine, and The Boiler.
Join us on March 27th at 7PM at The People’s Last Stand for Dallas Literary One Night Stand, presented by Carve Magazine, for an evening of appetizers, cocktails, and fine literature with some of DFW’s biggest literary journals. Participating magazines include: Camera Obscura (Addison), Carve Magazine (Dallas), The American Literary Review (UNT), Reunion: The Dallas Review (UTD), The First Line (Plano), and The Boiler (Garland). Poetry/Prose from one editor and one contributor’s work will be read from each magazine. This is your opportunity to get to know your neighborhood poets and writers!
For more information go to dlons.org
November 20, 2013
7PM at Cake Shop.
Featuring past contributors: Anthony Cappo, Natalie Eilbert, Beth Morgan, and Marina Rubin.
We’re happy to announce our first ever event for The Boiler. We hope to make this a sort of mobile reading series. We’re not sure how often we’ll do this or where it will be next, but we hope to see you there if you can make it! Plus, we’re celebrating two years of publishing online! We started way back in Dec. 2011 and have been growing strong ever since.