You probably have already done this, but if you have not you should purchase Julia Cohen's debut collection, Triggermoon Triggermoon, which came out this week from Black Lawrence Press.
Go here & buy it.
Or go here to hear her read from it in two days:
November's Umbrella Factory Reading is Thursday, at the
Fluid Coffee Bar, from 7:30-9:30. Fluid is located on the corner of 19th and
Pennsylvania in Denver.
Michele Battiste's first full-length collection, Ink for an Odd Cartography, was a
finalist for the St. Lawrence Book Award and published by Black Lawrence Press
in 2009. She is also the author of three chapbooks, the most recent of which is
Slow the Appetite Down (Spire Press, 2009). Her poems have recently appeared
in Beloit Poetry Journal, Verse Daily, Poetry International, and the Mid-American
Julie Carr is the author of Mead: An Epithalamion (Univeristy of Georgia Press,
2004), Equivocal (Alice James Press, 2007), 100 Notes on Violence (Ahsahta
Press, 2010), and Sarah-Of Fragments and Lines (2010). She’s been the recipient
of numerous awards, including the Sawtooth Poetry Prize and the National
Poetry Series. She teaches at the University of Colorado at Boulder and is the co-
publisher, with Tim Roberts, of Counterpath Press.
Julia Cohen is the author of 10 chapbooks. Her work has been published in 6x6,
Columbia Poetry Review, Octopus, and 1913 amongst others. She is the poetry
editor of Saltgrass and the Associate Editor of the Denver Quarterly. Her first
book, Triggermoon Triggermoon, is out this month from Black Lawrence Press.