Transatlantic Literary event - occurring in Rocky Sullivans in Brooklyn and Cassidy's Bar, Westmoreland St, Dublin. Mc'in Brooklyn is Lisa McLaughlin Readers bios below and more info from www.seventowers.ie and www.rockysullivans.com Pauline Fayne. Born in 1954, she lives in Tallaght, Co. Dublin. Her first collection "Journey” was published in 1979 by Sheveck Press. Her second collection “Killer of Fishes " was published by Stonebridge Publications in 2001. A third collection "I'm Fine, Really” was published by Stonebridge Publications in October 2005. Her fourth collection “Mowing in the Dark “will be published by Stonebridge in 2010. Pauline’s work has been included in several anthologies, including: "The White Page ", (edited by Joan Mc Breen and published by Salmon Press.) "Four Urban Voices" (edited by Dermot Bolger and published by Raven Arts Press) "Rainbows and Stone” (edited by Michael Bouchier and published by Real Ireland). Her work has also been broadcast on RTE Radio 1 and BBC Radio 4. Dan Machlin Dan Machlin's most recent book of poems "Dear Body:" (Ugly Ducking Presse 2007), received a "Face Out" grant for emerging writers from CLMP/The Jerome Foundation. Previous works include "6x7" (Ugly Duckling), "This Side Facing You" (Heart Hammer Presse) and "In Rem" (@ Press). With Singer/Cellist Serena Jost he has released an Audio CD Collaboration "Above Islands" (Immanent Audio) and has set poems by H.D., Paul Blackburn, and other poets to music. He recently returned from teaching at the Naropa University Summer Writing Program and is the Founder and Senior Editor of Futurepoem Books (http://www.futurepoem.com), a NYC-based publisher of innovative literature. More info on his work can be found at: http://www.uglyducklingpresse.org/page-dearbody.html http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Machlin.php Quincy Lehr Quincy R. Lehr was raised in Norman, Oklahoma and attended the University of Texas at Austin and Columbia University. His work has appeared in numerous journals in the U.S., Britain, Ireland, and Australia. His first book of poetry, Across the Grid of Streets, was published by Seven Towers in April 2008. With R. Nemo Hill, he co-founded Modern Metrics Press. He is the associate editor of The Raintown Review. He lives in Brooklyn, where he teaches history. (SevenTowers)
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