wurm im apfel

protein rich poetry

Tuesday 5th April: Poetry by Kimberly Campanello and Rachel Lehrman

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Kimberley Campanello and Rachel Lehrman

Tues 5th April, 2011

Function room, Cat and Cage, Drumcondra Road, Dublin 9, 8pm.

Admission free.  The Cat & Cage is impossibly easy to find: 74 Drumcondra Road, opposite St Patrick's College, served by buses 11a/b, 13a, 16/16a, 41a/b/c.

Kimberly Campanello was born in Elkhart, Indiana, and lives in Dublin. She was the featured poet in the summer 2010 issue of The Stinging Fly. She has been the Poetry Editor of the Black Warrior Review and a judge for theUniversity of Louisville's annual Italo Calvino Prize in Fabulist Fiction. She has taught undergraduate Creative Writing courses at Florida Gulf Coast University and the University of Alabama.

Read and listen here.  Remember she has a SuperSoaker.

Rachel Lehrman has just published her first chapbook with the acclaimed and award-winning Oystercatcher Press.
She is an artist and writer, and co-founded the Nomadics art collective:
Her work appears in Infinite Difference, ed. Carrie Etter (2010).

in this union— temperance, forbearance

two days of chanting the sound

becomes a bridge

made richer by the chasm beneath

-- from 'my hands, white from the chill', in Second Waking