U35 July, 2014


A Reading Series for Poets Under 35
The Marliave, 10 Bosworth St, Boston, MA 02108
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Andrew K. Peterson, Charlotte Seley, and David Bartone
July 22, 2014



Andrew K. Peterson’s poetry publications include some deer left the yard moving day (BlazeVox Books, 2013), karaoke lipsync opera (White Sky Press), and Museum of Thrown Objects (BlazeVox 2010). His chapbook bonjour meriwether and the rabid maps, published by Fact-Simile Press in 2011, was recently featured at an exhibition of poets’ maps at the University of Arizona Poetry Center. Peterson’s writing is anthologized in Emergency Index 2012 (Ugly Duckling Presse), The Ash Anthology (Fact-Simile Press), and Jennifer Karmin’s 4000 Dead, 4000 Words Project. He is a cofounder and editor of summer stock, an online poetry journal. He lives in Brookline, Mass.



Charlotte Seley is a graduate of the MFA program in Creative Writing at Emerson College where she served as Poetry Editor and Editor-in-Chief of Redivider and still serves as a poetry screener for Ploughshares. She is also the Social Media Manager for Mr. Hip Presents, a monthly poetry, spoken word, and music series housed at UForge Gallery in Jamaica Plain. Her work has been published in Rattle, inter|rupture, Metazen, InDigest, and others.



David Bartone’s book, Practice on Mountains, was selected for the 2013 Sawtooth Poetry Prize by Dan Beachy-Quick. He is also the author of Spring Logic, a chapbook with H_NGM_N. His poems and translations have appeared at Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, The Laurel Review, Mountain Gazette, Handsome, Volt, and others. He is faculty at University Without Walls at UMass Amherst. He lives in Easthampton, Massachusetts.

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