If Not For Kidnap

a portland, ore. poetry concern

Jane Wong, Rich Smith, and Richard Chiem

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Saturday, December 7th
7:30
FIELD WORK
1101 SW Jefferson St., Portland

Admission is free and open to all. Please bring $ for chapbooks and booze donations!

JANE WONG has two chapbooks: Dendrochronology and Kuzdu Does Not Stop. Her poems have appeared in journals and anthologies such as Hayden’s Ferry Review, Mid-American Review, Salt Hill, CutBank, Octopus, The Volta, Best New Poets 2012, and The Arcadia Project: North American Postmodern Pastoral. She is also the recipient of fellowships and scholarships from the U.S. Fulbright Program, the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, and the Fine Arts Work Center.

RICH SMITH is the author of Great Poem of Desire and Other Poems, published by Poor Claudia. His poems have appeared or will soon appear in Tin House, City Arts Magazine, Guernica, Southeast Review, Hobart, Barrow Street, The Bellingham Review, Pleiades, Verse Daily, and elsewhere.

RICHARD CHIEM is the author of YOU PRIVATE PERSON, a collection of short stories published by Scrambler books. His work has appeared in Thought Catalog, City Arts Magazine, and Everyday Genius, among other places. In 2008, he survived a car accident. He is currently living in Seattle with his fiance and their loud cat.

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