Archive for August, 2007

Sept. 1- Narrow House / Lame House reading

Posted in Uncategorized on August 20, 2007 by M. Ball


Justin Sirois of Narrow House Recordings &

Gina Myers of Lame House Press

have organized & will host-

The poets reading-

M. Magnus, Cathy Eisenhower, Jamie Gaughran-Perez,

Dustin Williamson, Matt Hart & Arlo Quint

M. Magnus lives and writes in Alexandria, Virginia.  His book Verb Sap  is forthcoming from Narrow House Print in fall 2007.  Also, this fall, his writings will be featured  in the October 28th premiere of Gina Biver’s new music/new media ensemble SPLASH at the Gildenhorn/ Speisman Center for the Arts in Rockville, Maryland.

Cathy Eisenhower is a poet-librarian living in Washington, DC. She runs the interrupting cow, a chapbook press, and translates the work of Argentine poet Diana Bellessi. Her first full-length collection, clearing without reversal , comes out with Edge Books in 2007, and she co-curates the In Your Ear reading series at the District of Columbia Arts Center.

Jamie Gaughran-Perez lives in Lauraville, Baltimore and works down in Washington, DC. He edits and publishes Rock Heals, a Narrow House weekly with the help of the rest of the group. He’s published poems in various journals (/Fence/, /Outlet/, /Untitled/, /Scout/, /Lipstick Eleven/, and others) and the recent Baltimore anthology /Octopus Dream/.


Dustin Williamson is the author of Cab Ass’n (Lame House), Gorilla
Dust (Open 24 Hours Press), and Exhausted Grunts (forthcoming  from
Cannibal). He ocassionally publishes Rust Buckle chapbooks and

Matt Hart is the author of Who’s Who Vivid and three chapbooks,
Revelated, Sonnet and Simply Rocket.  He edits Forklift, Ohio: A
Journal of Poetry, Cooking & Light Industrial Safety.

Arlo Quint is the author of Photogenic Memory (Lame House Press 2007) & Days On End (Open 24 Hours Press 2006). His poems have recently appeared in Puppyflowers, Cannibal & The Recluse. He is recently married, recently returned from Eastern Europe & recently hired by The Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church in NYC.