Sunday, June 19, 2011

Dogzplot Summer Reading Tour Stops In Cleveland This July

The evening of Saturday, July 23rd, Barry Graham and eight other writers are converging on the Morgan stage for flash and mojo mania. Please join us as we celebrate the spoken word with drinks, food and friends from near and abroad at the beautiful gallery for the Cleveland literary tour stop.


Christopher Bowen is a local culinary student and works full-time in food service. His flash fiction has appeared in over a dozen journals and he has organized or participated in readings in Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York. He was invited and is scheduled to participate in the fall residency and festival, Val-David, Quebec.

Darren C. Demaree is living in Columbus, OH with his wife and daughter. His poems have appeared, or are scheduled to appear in numerous magazines/journals, including the South Carolina Review, Meridian, Grain, Cottonwood, The Tribeca Poetry Review, and Whiskey Island. Recently, he was nominated for a Pushcart Prize by Freshwater Poetry Journal.

Author of the forthcoming story collection, Fables of the Deconstruction, Damian Dressick’s stories have appeared in nearly fifty literary journals, including failbetter.com, Barcelona Review, Caketrain, Vestal Review, Smokelong Quarterly and Alimentum. He can be found online at www.damiandressick.com.

Devan Goldstein's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in The Collagist, The Good Men Project, Bluestem, and elsewhere. He is Managing Editor of Flywheel Magazine.

Barry Graham is the author of two books, The National Virginity Pledge andNothing or Next to Nothing. look for him online at www.dogzplot.blogspot.com

Aubrey Hirsch's work has appeared in Third Coast, SmokeLong Quarterly, Whiskey Island, Hobart, and others. A Cleveland native, she now lives in Colorado Springs where she is at work on a novel with the support of the Daehler Fellowship.

Steven Casimer Kowalski lives in Cleveland, Ohio.

Brian Oliu is originally from New Jersey and currently lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Work appears/is forthcoming in Hotel Amerika, Ninth Letter, and Puerto del Sol. His collection of Tuscaloosa Missed Connections, 'So You Know It's Me', was released in June 2011 by Tiny Hardcore Press.

Pedro Ponce is the author of Homeland: A Panorama in 50 States, just out from Seven Kitchens Press, the story collection Alien Autopsy, and the chapbook Superstitions of Apartment Life. He lives in Canton, NY.

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