Please join us at the Smell at 6 pm Sunday, October 26 for a reading by 3 great visiting writers.
Erika Statie and Lindsey Boldt from San Francisco
Oni Buchanan from Boston
Erika Staiti is feverishly archiving. You can view some of her handiwork at saidwhatwesaid.com. A new document is in the works; take 3,785 guesses what it is. She's from Long Island, spent 4 yrs in Binghamton, 4 yrs in Portland OR, currently living in North Oakland, Ca (3 yrs and counting).
Lindsey Boldt lives in San Francisco where she is studying to become a migrant cultural-worker. You can find her poems in/at Vanitas, shampoopoetry.com, Try! Magazine, the-press-gang.blogspot.com, Peaches and Bats, and WOO. You can read her soul-belchings on Ridiculous Human Things blog. She is currently working on a chapbook of "Titty Poems" Ask her about it.
Oni Buchanan is the author of Spring, selected by Mark Doty for the 2007 National Poetry Series, and published by the University of Illinois Press in September 2008. Her first poetry book, What Animal, was published in 2003 by the University of Georgia Press. Oni is also a concert pianist, has released three solo piano CDs, and actively performs across the U.S. and abroad. She lives in Boston, where she maintains a private piano teaching studio.
THE SMELL 247 S. Main Street, between 2nd and 3rd St, downtown Los Angeles (enter through the alley in the back--the alley is between Main and Spring, and is named Harlem Court)
Doors open 6:00PM, reading starts approximately 6:30, everything should be wrapped up by 8:30.