Wednesday, November 03, 2010


Please join us for an evening of poetry, stories, and puppetry!

- Anthony Abboreno
- Nick Admussen
- Heather Dundas
- Elizabeth Wilcox

Plus, an extra-special performance of AND THE WHALE SAID..., a Moby Dick puppet show performed by Nicole Antebi, Shaoling Ma, Heather Parlato, and Linda Wei. 

Doors open at 7pm and the reading will start sometime around 8pm. 

See you there!


Nick Admussen's work appears in publications like the Kenyon Review Online, the Boston Review and in Blackbird: his first chapbook, Movie Plots, is due out this winter as an Epiphany Editions Book Kit.  He is a Ph. D. candidate in modern Chinese literature, preparing a dissertation on contemporary Chinese prose poetry.

Nicole Antebi is a Los Angeles based artist and organizer. Her work has been exhibited internationally. Recent projects include the exhibition Through the Looking Glass: The Los Angeles Aqueduct with May Jong at Sea and Space Explorations 2009, the book Failure! Experiments in Aesthetic and Social Practices (co-edited with Colin Dickey and Robby Herbst), published by the Journal of Aesthetics and Protest Press 2007, the exhibition Failure Ridiculous Terrible Wonderful at Park Projects in Los Angeles 2007 (co-organized with Robby Herbst and Irene Tsatsos), and the exhibition, Salton Sea Projects, at Kristi Engle Gallery 2007.

Heather Dundas is a College Doctoral Fellow in Fiction for the Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing at USC. In earlier incarnations, she was a playwright, producer, lyricist, teaching artist, writer of cooking shows, editor of medical textbooks, and was once hired to write a dramatic version of The Odyssey for fifth graders, but told to leave out “all sex, violence and pagan worship.” Her plays have been produced around the country.

Elizabeth Wilcox grew up in the DC area, accidentally moved to Los Angeles with no goals, and is now happily a PhD student in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Southern California. She was recently named a runner up in the Indiana Review's 1/2 K Prize, and she has work forthcoming there and in La Petite Zine. Her poems have also appeared in such publications as Gloom Cupboard, HazMat Literary Review, and Rhino.


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