Monday, October 11, 2010
WORMS // Wednesday, 13 October 2010
7:45 PM // The Bell Foundry [1539 N Calvert Street]
Free // Open to All
LAUREN BENDER, 5'0", 110#. Co-director of Narrow House, curator of BOÎTE: Show&Tell (a new performance series at Minás), Feminine Arbiter of Phrases for the Performance Thanatology Research Society, all around good guy. Sporadic postings can be found at times-infinity.blogspot.com.
ERIN GLEESON is a writer, illustrator and co-creator of the touring puppet series Showbeast. Her work has been featured all across the country, and she recently co-wrote and co-directed videos for Dan Deacon and Beach House. She writes the blog letsbeselfsufficient.com, in which she explores sustainable living in an urban environment.
DYLAN KINNETT grew up in a small town you may have heard of, in West Virginia. While attending college in Tennessee, he wrote a novella in hypertext entitled To Win, Simply Play. He has also written a stage play about a street preacher, several published short stories, and the occasional limerick on a bathroom wall. Dylan is the founding editor of Infinity’s Kitchen, a graphic literary journal of experimental literature. He is also a co-author of the physicalist manifesto, a member of the Second Land audio-visual collective, a published art critic and an occasional slam poet. He has recently produced an album of sound and spoken word, at the Magnanimous Records studio, entitled Strange Punctuation. He lives and works in Baltimore.
RACHEL MONROE is from Richmond, Virginia but currently lives and writes in Baltimore. She loves both cities equally. She is interested in cults, true crime, and crazy women writers of the 1950s.
CHRIS TOLL is a poet and collagemaker who lives in Baltimore, Maryland. In 2011, his new book will come out. It will be called: Batgirl Marries Jesus Christ.
Visit wormsbaltimore.blogspot.com to peruse samples of their work!