Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Tuesday, November 23 - Jeremy Hoevenaar, Chris Mason, Matthew Smith, Rupert Wondolowski, & Joseph Young


WORMS explores the dangerous, dark territory of a Tuesday night with Jeremy Hoevenaar, Chris Mason, Matthew Smith, Rupert Wondolowski, & Joseph Young.

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JEREMY HOEVENAAR grew up in Boonton, New Jersey, which most people pronounce "Bootin", and where The Misfits recorded "Walk Among Us" in 1981. His work can be found in The Brooklyn Rail, Tantalum, Forklift, Ohio, and other journals. He currently lives with big windows in Baltimore, where he is recovering from a corneal abrasion.

CHRIS MASON is a member of The Tinklers whose book, "The Elements", was recently published by Shattered Wig, and Old Songs, who have translated many ancient Greek poets and put their poems to music. He moved to Baltimore from Minnesota in 1970. "Hum Who Hiccup" will be published by Narrow House in December, 2010.

MATTHEW SMITH was born in Atlanta, Georgia. He earned his MFA in poetry at the Johns Hopkins University and now studies playwriting at the Catholic University of America. His poems have appeared (or will soon appear) in various magazines, including Beloit Poetry Journal, Commonweal, Iron Horse Literary Review, Measure, Unsplendid, The Alabama Literary Review, The Same, and The Lyric. His plays have been performed in Baltimore, London, and Athens, Georgia. He was recently nominated for a Pushcart Prize and named a runner-up in the Slapering Hol Press Chapbook Contest. He lives in Baltimore with his wife, Joanna.

RUPERT WONDOLOWSKI is editor of Shattered Wig Review and Press, which has somehow become Baltimore's longest running literary magazine despite no one knowing of it. He is the author most recently of The Origin of Paranoia As a Heated Mole Suit (Publishing Genius Press). His work has recently appeared in City Sages: Baltimore, The i.e. Series Reader, Everyday Genius and Fell Swoop. He also appears in Luca DiPierro and Michael Kimball's film "60 Writers/60 Places". He is currently clearing a spot in his house for getting down and ugly with some acrylic paints. Shattered Wig Press activities and Rupert's writing can be found at: http://shatteredwig.blogspot.com/

JOSEPH YOUNG lives in Baltimore. There he likes to make things, whether vampire books, microfiction, collages, stencils, or short videos, and he likes to work with other writers and artists, showing, curating, organizing. He's got a microfiction collection, Easter Rabbit, and a novel on vampires, NAME.

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