I have a reading at KGB this Wednesday. There is gonna be music and poetry:

Verse Chorus: A Night of Readings and Music

April 22, 2009
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Brandon Johnson (poet) is the Managing Editor of zingmagazine, a contemporary art publication. Brandon received a BA in English from the University of Denver and an MFA from The New School. His work has appeared in a group exhibition, 8.5x11 / A4, at James Fuentes Gallery in Chinatown, among other places. He grew up in Chicagoland and now resides in the south side of Williamsburg.

Matt Everett (music)—Matt has played every style of music from circus to pop to country to electronica, even doing session work for Will Oldham. His current iteration could be called “chamber folk” or “arty pop” depending on mood, and features himself on guitar & vocals and Anne Damassa playing piano and singing some too. Sneak preview his new album at: www.cdbaby.com/matteverett

Minju Pak (fiction) grew up in Southern California’s Inland Empire. Her fiction has appeared in Sleepingfish and Hex Ed. Journal. She has an MFA from The New School and is currently working on a collection of short stories.

Ben Mirov (poetry) lives in New York. He has some poems in or forthcoming from 3AM, Opium Magazine, Fou, and Lamination Colony. He is editor of paxjournal.com. Sometimes, he blogs at isaghost.blogspot.com. He would like to thank his headphones and tacos for saving his life.



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