Co-organized with Samantha Giles and Small Press Traffic.
Twenty-six Bay Area poets perform an all-day marathon reading of selections from Gertrude Stein’s epic novel, The Making of Americans. Composed during the years of the legendary Paris salons held by Stein and her siblings, this “history of a family’s progress” represents the beginning of Stein’s distinctive modernist style.
Miranda Mellis is the author of The Revisionist and None of This Is Real.
Kit Robinson is a poet, musician, and freelance writer.
Noon Kevin Killian is the author of Action Kylie and Impossible Princess.
Stacy Doris’s next book is Fledge, A Phenomenology of Spirit.
Lauren Shufran is a PhD candidate in literature at UC Santa Cruz.
Colter Jacobsen is an artist and musician living in San Francisco.
Patricia Dienstfrey is cofounder of Kelsey Street Press and a poet.
Bill Berkson is a poet and professor emeritus at the San Francisco Art Institute.
Erika Staiti’s recent chapbook, in the stitches, was published by Trafficker Press.
Jen Benka has authored two books of poems and works at 826 National.
Carol Mirakove is the author of Mediated and Occupied.
Dan Thomas-Glass is an East Bay poet and edits With + Stand.
Carrie Hunter’s first book, The Incompossible, is out from Black Radish Books.
David Brazil is a writer and publishes TRY! magazine with Sara Larsen.
Camille Roy’s most recent book is Sherwood Forest from Futurepoem.
Taylor Brady is the co-author of Snow Sensitive Skin.
Lara Durback is a poet, letterpress printer, and publisher.
Rob Halpern’s books include Rumored Place, Disaster Suites, and Music for Porn.
Jean Day is the author of Enthusiasm and other books.
Jocelyn Saidenberg is a writer, former librarian, and future apiarist.
Cedar Sigo’s most recent book is Stranger In Town.
Laura Moriarty is a poet, novelist, and deputy director of Small Press Distribution.
Stephen Ratcliffe lives in Bolinas, writes about clouds and ridge.
Yedda Morrison is a poet and visual artist living in San Francisco.
Ron Palmer writes porn-thriller philosophy and lives in the Richmond.
Lyn Hejinian is a poet and a professor of English at UC Berkeley.