A Plaines Project reading featuring four writers- two Chicagoans and two travelers.
Bring your bodies. Lets get cozy. We promise to turn on all the space heaters.
Monday, January 16 7-10pm
Edwin R. Perry (MKE)- a two pump chump – & Chelsea Tadeyeske (MKE)- a two lump dump – present “suddenly you’re naked…” and “factual information” between their own drippings.
Rachel Finkelstein (CHI)- is a li’l bitch. She’s had work published in Prick of the Spindle and Shampoo Magazine, and is kidding about the bitch part. She’s actually pretty charming, IRL, (CHI) city. But mostly this transplanted brain misses the old neighborhood. It’s tangled in her letters. It doesn’t have a chord.
Jais Gossman (CHI)-Jais Gossman is a person that is very interested in getting to the middle of things. Oppositional tendencies are often seen to be a mode of staking a claim, yet where should we find a common ground to understand. Sure, I have a difficult day, but just imagine how dreadful yours could have been! Oftentimes you can find that biting your tongue has not just an adverse affect on the other will feel. For myself, writing is the practice of learning how to read to myself. Or to read out loud. Or just that he is in school also right now, in a class, and that class is about to begin again and writing is also about learning how to be interrupted.