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You really should–

October 22, 8pm

poetry from
Kareem Estefan
& Danielle Evennou

and fiction by
David Green

Big Bear Cafe
1st and R NW
Washington DC

Kareem Estefan is a writer and radio producer. He hosted the radio show Ceptuetics, a WNYU program investigating the poetics of conceptually innovative writers. His own writing shows up in Google searches, on blogs, and soon, in poetry journals called “President’s Choice” and “The Physical Poets.” He has begun a new blog. It’s called disco (not disconnect).

Danielle Evennou
has served as board president of the DC women’s spokenword organization, mothertongue (now entering its 11th year!) coordinating/hosting regular spokenword events and projects.  She also serves as a co-host for Sparkle:  a queer-driven reading series for all, at Busboys & Poets. Danielle was a featured reader at Queering Sound 2009, Capital Pride 2009, and Poetic Situations, as well as at Sparkle. Her poems have been published in Blue Collar Review and Objet d’Art and an essay on U.S. Poet Laureate Kay Ryan is forthcoming in the Fall 2009 edition of Beltway Poetry Quarterly.

David Green lives in Arlington, Virginia and works at the National Foreign Language Center at the University of Maryland. He is in the third year of his MFA at UMD and is the co-founder and editor of Sakura Review. His work was a finalist in Arts & Letters‘ 2007 fiction competition.

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Joe Hall is the author of five books of poetry, including Someone's Utopia (2018) and Fugue & Strike (forthcoming). His poems, reviews, and scholarship have appeared in Poetry Daily, The Academy of American Poets Poem-A-Day, Postcolonial Studies, Peach Mag,, PEN America Blog, Poetry Northwest, Ethel Zine, Gulf Coast, Best Buds! Collective, and Eighteenth-Century Fiction. He has taught poetry workshops for teachers, teens, and workers through Just Buffalo and the WNYCOSH Worker Center.

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