GHOSTS & PROJECTORS. a poetry reading series.
presents Kate Greenstreet, Chris Caruso, Hannah Rodabaugh, and Ashley Barr.
Saturday, April 6th at 7pm at the Banquet Room of Solid Bar and Grill, 405 8th St #100, Boise, ID 83702.
There will be no charge for admission but a $2 donation to the series is strongly encouraged.
Kate Greenstreet’s new book Young Tambling is just out from Ahsahta Press. Her previous books are case sensitive and The Last 4 Things, also with Ahsahta. Her poetry can be found in Colorado Review, Boston Review, Volt, Fence, Chicago Review, and other journals.
Chris Caruso was born and raised in New Jersey and has come to expect questions about the Mafia, requests to say coffee and to fist bump. He earned a BA in English from the University of Colorado at Boulder where he began to write poetry in earnest. This led him to study for a Year at the University of East Anglia in England, earn a MFA from Rutgers, Newark and then to pursue a second MFA at Boise State University. He just recently finished a chapbook which he submitting for publication and is currently working on a project that explores the theme of anxiety.
Hannah Rodabaugh received her MA in English from Miami University (Miami of Ohio) in 2008, and she received her MFA from Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School in 2010. Her work was included in Flim Forum Press’ anthology: A Sing Economy (2008). Her work was also featured in Five Oxford Poets a documentary about women’s experimental writing that premiered at the Cambridge Women’s Poetry Festival at Cambridge University (2006). Recently, her work has been published in Defenestration, Used Furniture Review, and Palimpsest. She currently lives in Boise, ID where she is working on two book-length projects.
Ashley Barr is on the verge of graduating from the College of Idaho with a BA. She hopes to enter an MFA program in the coming year. When she is not obsessing about the future, she interns for GHOSTS&PROJECTORS. a poetry reading series and writes poems.
GHOSTS & PROJECTORS is sponsored by Boise State University, The Idaho Commission on the Arts, and poetry lovers across the Treasure Valley.