@ The Poetic Research Bureau 3702 San Fernando Blvd Glendale, CA 91206 Doors open at 5:00pm Reading starts at 5:30pm
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MAGDALENA ZURAWSKI lives in Durham, NC, where she is studying 19th-century American literature at Duke. Her first book The Bruise, out now from Fiction Collective Two, is the winner of the 2006 Ronald Sukenick prize for innovative fiction.
JOCELYN SAIDENBERG is the author of Mortal City (Parentheses Writing Series), CUSP (Kelsey St. Press), winner of the Frances Jaffer Book Award, Negativity (Atelos) and Dispossessed (Belladonna). She is the founding editor of KRUPSKAYA Books. Born and raised in New York City, she lives in San Francisco and works as a catalog librarian for the San Francisco Public Library.
THÉRÈSE BACHAND is the author of the just published luce a cavallo, chosen by Luigi Ballerini for a Green Integer Gertrude Stein Award. She has been anthologized in various PIP Anthologies, and her collection Daughter of the Ephemeral Word is forthcoming from i.e. press. Her poems have appeared in the journals Area Sneaks, Aufgabe, The Brooklyn Rail, Chain, and Primary Writing, among others; Ms. Bachand--as her 4 to 6 year old students at the UCLA Lab School know her--lives in Los Angeles.