Idiolexicon Poetry Series: Ekiss, Mumolo, Nicholson
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Thu January 20 at 7:00 PM, Rancho Parnassus
132 6th St, San Francisco, CA, USA (Map & Directions)
I've been hosting these readings at Rancho Parnassus for a few months now. It's a fun venue with good food and beer, and these poets are great.
(Official-soundings press release follows.)

Idiolexicon Poetry Series
Rancho Parnassus, 132 6th St, San Francisco
January 20, 2011, 7 PM
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The Idiolexicon Poetry Series at Rancho Parnassus brings a wide range of innovative voices in poetry from the Bay Area and beyond. On Thursday, January 20, the reading will feature Las Vegas poet Andy Nicholson and Bay Area poets Keith Ekiss and Sara Mumolo.

Keith Ekiss is the author of Pima Road Notebook, published in 2010 by New Issues Poetry & Prose. A former Wallace Stegner Fellow in Poetry at Stanford from 2005-07, his poems have appeared in Blackbird, Gulf Coast, Harvard Review, New England Review, Southwestern American Literature, and elsewhere. His creative non-fiction has been anthologized in Permanent Vacation: Living and Working in Our National Parks (Bona Fide Books, 2011).

Sara Mumolo works at Studio One Art Center and Saint Mary's College of CA. She is a poetry editor for Omnidawn, and works on the chapbook project CALAVERAS with Alisa Heinzman. She curates the Studio One Reading Series with Clay Banes. Her chapbook March will be published by Cannibal in early 2011.

Andy Nicholson received his MFA from California College of the Arts and is finishing his PhD at The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he was a Schaeffer Fellow. His poems have been published in magazines and journals including Interim, The Offending Adam, and Moria, and are forthcoming in The Colorado Review.
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