Friday, December 5, 8:00 p.m. (doors 7:00 p.m.)
Casey Smith, Steven Seidenberg, and TheoDora Danylevich
@ The Black Squirrel (upstairs lounge)
THEODORA DANYLEVICH. Poet. Is working on finishing her dissertation in post post feminist cultural and literary analysis at GW. Teaches writing at the Corcoran. If you're reading this she probably loves you.

STEVEN SEIDENBERG is the author of Null Set, Itch, Songs of Surrender, and editor of the journal pallaksch.pallaksch. He lives in San Francisco where he is a director of Small Press Traffic, and a member of the Right Window Artist's Collective.

CASEY SMITH is a poet, print-culture historian, and verbavocovisual artist. His ephemeral texts have appeared on the walls of galleries, private property, broadsides, lithographs, screenprints, pigment prints, street posters, artist catalogues, chapbooks, edible books, helium balloons, classified ads, Japanese NBA fan sites, golf pencils, impacted dirt, and so on. None of his poems have appeared in The New Yorker or Poetry. Some of his publications include "Opulent Stone Moccasins" in the "Publishing the Unpublishable" series for ubu editions and the letterpress broadside "Gentle Flames," printed by Jim Wilder at the Wild Apple Press.


The Black Squirrel
2427 18th St NW

This reading will be held in the private lounge on the third floor.