The New Social Environment#652
The Poem Writes Itself: A Rail Reading Curated by Tyhe Cooper
Featuring Cooper, Riley Mac, Noa Mendoza, and Erin Pérez
1 p.m. Eastern / 10 a.m. Pacific
Tyhe Cooper curates our 104th Wednesday Rail Reading with Riley Mac, Noa Mendoza, and Erin Pérez.
In this talk
A poet, bartender, and dyke from South Jersey, Riley Mac hosts a monthly reading series at Ginger’s Bar and never says no to an emcee moment when friends ask her to host their readings. She’s working on her first book of poems and currently lives in Brooklyn with her mangy dog Dandy.
Writer and translator Noa Mendoza is based in Brooklyn. Their first chapbook of poetry and experimental translation, fantasy radio/radio fantasmal, is forthcoming through Wendy’s Subway.
Poet Erin Pérez is concerned with orange wine, memes, parties and good times. She also works across other mediums such as ceramics, photography and painting. A recent graduate from the Pratt Institute BFA, she is from Panamá City, Panamá and currently lives in Brooklyn.
Tyhe Cooper is a writer working in experimental prose, poetry, and digitality. They are the Production Editor and a poetry events curator at the Brooklyn Rail.
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