You are invited to the next installment of
THE SMELL LAST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH READING SERIES
SUNDAY, April 27, 2008 at 6:30 pm
With featured readers
The Smell is located at
247 S. Main Street
Between 2nd and 3rd Street
The entrance is through the back, by way of the alley, west of Main Street.
The doors will open at 6:30 pm. Five dollars at the door.
More about the featured readers:
Janet Sarbanes is the author of the short story collection Army of One, (Otis Books/Seismicity Editions 2008), and is currently completing a novel entitled This Land: The Adventures of the President's Daughter. She teaches Narrative Writing and Theory in the CalArts MFA Writing Program, and Cultural Studies in the School of Critical Studies, where her scholarship focuses on the role of aesthetic practice in utopian and subcultural social formations. She has recently published criticism in the Journal of Utopian Studies, Popular Music and Society, Afterall, and the anthology Still Moving: Between Cinema and Photography. Her fiction has appeared in Black Clock, Merge, Plum Ruby Review, Zyzzyva and the noulipan Analects.
Ben Doller (né Doyle)'s first book of poems, Radio, Radio, was selected by Susan Howe as winner of the 2000 Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets. He co-edits the Kuhl House Books contemporary poetry series of the University of Iowa Press and has most recently taught in Idaho, Ohio, and California. Wherever he lives, he lives with his wife, Sandra Doller, (née Miller) and their boxador, Ronald Johnson.
Sandra Doller (née Miller) lives in San Diego with her new name, her man Ben Doller (né Doyle), and their pooch Ronald Johnson. Her first book, Oriflamme was published by Ahsahta Press in 2005, and her second collection Chora is forthcoming. Sandra Doller is the founder & editrice of a fancy magazine & press, the curiously named 1913, and she teaches at Cal State San Marcos.