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Monday, August 27, 2012
PAST: POETRY: Michael Gushue shares his Poetry at Wohlfarth Gallery in Brookeland SAT, April 27th from 7:00pm - 8:00pm, Free
DC poet Michael Gushue runs the micro-press Beothuk Books and is co-founder of Poetry Mutual/Vrzhu Press. His work has appeared online and in print, most recently in Gargoyle and online at Anomalous Press. His previous chapbooks are “Gathering Down Women,” from Pudding House Press and “Conrad” from Souvenir Spoon Books. He lives in the Brookland neighborhood of Washington, DC. He will be celebrating his latest collection, Pachinko Mouth, which will be available at the reading.
The reading will take place at Wohlfarth Gallery, in NE's Brookland neighborhood, which I hear is an awesome place to hear poetry. It's small, mellow, there will be some food and drink, and apparently, a nice deck to hang out on afterward.