Friday, October 21st, 7:00-9:00pm
Located in the Student Union’s Fireside Lounge
2200 East Kenwood Blvd,
Milwaukee, WI 53211
UW-Milwaukee’s own cream city review is excited announce its cream city LIVE! event, featuring readings by three distinguished authors.
We will be featuring redings by:
TIMOTHY YU is the author of the poetry collection /100 Chinese Silences/, out now from Les Figues Press, as well as the chapbooks /Fifteen Chinese Silences/ and /Journey to the West/. His poetry has appeared in /Cordite/, /Kartika Review/, /Lantern Review/, /Mantis/, /Poetry/ and /SHAMPOO/. He teaches English and Asian American Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. http://www.timpanyu.com/
JENNY JOHNSON is the author of the poetry collection /In Full Velvet/, forthcoming from Sarabande Books. Her work has appeared in /Best American Poetry 2012/, /Los Angeles Review of Books Quarterly/, /New England Review/, and /Troubling the Line: Trans & Genderqueer Poetry & Poetics/. She teaches writing at the University of Pittsburgh. http://www.jennyjohnsonpoet.com/
RACHEL KINCAID is the Senior Editor at autostraddle.com. Her work has appeared in /The Awl/, /Chariton Review/, /Jezebel/, /Strange Horizons/, /The Wide Net/ and /Writer’s Digest/. She currently lives in Milwaukee.http://rachel-kincaid.com/
Look for the upcoming release cream city review Fall Issue 40.2!
Thanks to everyone who came out for cream city Live! It was a great evening that allowed us to look back at the past 40 years and look forward to the future of the magazine.
Check out some of the photos from the event!
Thank you to our friends at Writ Large Press for helping cream city review, Devil’s Lake, and Meridian put together an amazing offsite reading at Ham & Eggs Tavern!
We were so proud to invite contributors:
Special shoutout to Brittany Cavallero of Devil’s Lake and Emily Temple of Meridian.
Looking forward to another great event with this amazing group in D.C., AWP 2017!
cream city review will be at the Voices of the Middle West Book Festival taking place on March 12th on the Michigan University campus, presented by Midwestern Gothic. The festival starts at 10am. If you’re in the area, cream city would love to meet and talk with you. We also have issues of cream city review on sale, including our most recent issue which features a folio focused on writing by individuals affected by incarceration in the United States. We hope you can make it.
More information about the book festival can be found here.
Check out the photos from cream city Live! featuring Amelia Gray, Randall Horton, and Kyle Minor.