31 Cutting-Edge Authors from Indie Presses at The Bowery Poetry Club

March is Small Press Month, a month-long celebration of the books published by small independent presses with events taking place across the country. To kick things off, on March 6th The Bowery Poetry Club in New York City will be hosting a not-to-be-missed marathon reading starting at 7 pm with top writers from the indie literary scene. Come hear readings by:

Eileen Myles (Wave Books), Noelle Kocot (Wave Books), Lynne Tillman (Soft Skull), Jen Benka (Soft Skull), Brenda Coultas (Coffee House Press), Ted Mathys (Coffee House Press), Alex Rose (Akashic Books), Camelia Entekhabifard (Seven Stories Press), Veronica Liu (Seven Stories Press), Martine Bellen (Belladonna Books), Lila Zemborain (Belladonna Books), Dan Machlin (Ugly Duckling Presse), Rachel Sherman (Open City Books), Leni Zumas (Open City Books), Sharon Mesmer (Hanging Loose Press), Marie Carter (Hanging Loose Press), Melissa Buzzeo (Leon Works), Tisa Bryant (Leon Works), Bob Holeman (Bowery Books), Paul Mills (Bowery Books), Radhiyah Ayobami (Bowery Books), Rachel Levitsky (Futurepoem Books), Erica Kaufman (Big Game Books), Corrine Fitzpatrick (Sona Books), Dedra Johnson (Ig Publishing), Grant Bailie (Ig Publishing), Camilla Trinchieri (Soho Press), Anne Landsman (Soho Press), Jason Schneiderman (Four Way Books), David Lawrence (Four Way Books), Tim Brown (Bronx River Press) 

Admission is $6 and The Bowery Poetry Club is located at 308 Bowery, New York, NY right across from CBGB’s.

For more information on Small Press Month and its other events go to the Small Press Month Website.

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