02/04/2012 5:30 pm
Readers will include members of the Wilde Boys of New York:
Alex Dimitrov, Paul LeGault, Zachary Pace, Adam Fitzgerald, Andrew Durbin
(For a great New York Times article—with photos--about the Wilde Boys, see http://goo.gl/Jv2a9.)
Alex Dimitrov's first book of poems, Begging for It, is forthcoming from Four Way Books in early 2013. He is the recipient of the Stanley Kunitz Prize for younger poets from The American Poetry Review and the founder of Wilde Boys, a queer poetry salon in New York City. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Kenyon Review, Yale Review, Slate, Tin House, and Boston Review. He works at the Academy of American Poets and frequently writes for Poets & Writers magazine.
Photo credit: Star Black
Adam Fitzgerald is founding editor of Maggy poetry magazine ( www.maggypoetry.com ) and Monk Books poetry press ( www.monk-books.com ). His poems, essays and interviews have appeared online and in print for Poetry, Boston Review, The Brooklyn Rail, Washington Square, Post Road, Southampton Review, Fortnight Journal, and elsewhere. He teaches creative writing at Rutgers University and lives in the East Village.
Paul Legault is the co-founder of Telephone Books and the author of three books of poetry: The Madeleine Poems (Omnidawn, 2010), The Other Poems (Fence, 2011), and an English-to-English translation of the complete works of Emily Dickinson (McSweeney's, forthcoming).
Andrew Durbin's work has appeared or is forthcoming in Antennae, >kill author, InDigest, Washington Square, West Wind Review, and elsewhere. He co-edits O'clock Press and its journal, CLOCK. He lives in Brooklyn.
Zachary Pace lives in Brooklyn, works at Akashic Books, curates the Projection reading series, co-edits Bridge collaboration journal, and teaches at Mercy College.