About This Event
Doors Open:6:00 PM
Show Time:6:30 PM
This is a general admission event in The Gallery at LPR.
InDigest presents the InDigest 1207, a reading series that takes place monthly in New York City and quarterly in Minneapolis. In addition to their own work, readers are encouraged to bring in something that has informed or influenced them in some way. The result is often funny, sometimes strange, but always interesting, showing us how we are all constantly influenced by what we see, hear, and read.
David Blair’s first book Ascension Days was published by Del Sol Press. His poems have recently appeared in Boston Review, Ploughshares and Slate Magazine.
David Moscovich founded Louffa Press to promote new, innovative microfictions in limited run, handmade editions. His stories and interviews have appeared in Word Riot, Rain Taxi, The Rumpus, Fringe and others. He has been playing the amplified bicycle for seven years and lives in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
Rodrigo Toscano is the author of To Leveling Swerve, Platform, The Disparities, and Partisans. His newest book, Collapsible Poetics Theater was a National Poetry Series 2007 winner. His poetry has appeared Best American Poetry 2004, War and Peace (2004 & 2007), and in the Criminal’s Cabinet: An anthology of poetry and fiction (2004), and in McSweeny’s “Poets Picking Poets”. He was a 2005 recipient of a New York State Fellowship in Poetry. Toscano is also the artistic director and writer for the Collapsible Poetics Theater (CPT). His polyvocalic pieces, poetics plays, and body-movement poems, have been performed at the Disney Redcat Theater in Los Angeles, Ontological-Hysteric Poet’s Theater Festival, Poet’s Theater Jamboree 2007, Links Hall Chicago, and the Yockadot Poetics Theater Festival. His radio pieces have appeared on WPIX FM (New York), KAOS Public Radio Olympia, WFMU, WNYU, and PS.1 Radio. His work has been translated into French, German, Italian, and Catalonian. Toscano is originally from Southern California. He works in Manhattan at the Labor Institute, and lives in Brooklyn.
Photo credit: Stacy Szymaszek
Photo credit: Edward Brydon
Ashleigh Lambert’s poems and other writing can be found in Anti-, Bone Bouquet, Coldfront, Elimae, Sink Review, and The Rumpus. Ashleigh is the author of the chapbook Ambivalent Amphibians (Dancing Girl Press). A native of the Midwest, she inexplicably lives in New York with her husband and daughter. You can read more at http://thetruthwithlies.tumblr.com/.