Wednesday, April 16
Karla Kelsey & Endi Bogue Hartigan
Karla Kelsey is author of three books of poetry: Knowledge, Forms, the Aviary and Iteration Nets, both published by Ahsahta Press, and A Conjoined Book just out from Omnidawn. She edits and contributes to Fence Books' Constant Critic poetry book review website and has had essays on poetics published in literary journals and anthologies. With Aaron McCollough she co-publishes SplitLevel Texts, a small press that publishes books of contemporary innovative poetry and prose.
Endi Bogue Hartigan is author of Pool [5 choruses], just released from Omnidawn Publishing and selected by Cole Swensen for the Omnidawn Open Prize, and One Sun Storm (Center for Literary Publishing, 2008), which was selected for the Colorado Prize for Poetry. New work is forthcoming in New American Writing and Denver Quarterly, and her writing has appeared in numerous publications including Verse, Chicago Review, Volt, Colorado Review, Peep/Show, LVNG, Jack London is Dead, as well as a collaborative chapbook, out of the flowering ribs, created with visual artist Linda Hutchins. She lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband Patrick and their son Jackson.