S. Whitney Holmes - Chris Tonelli - Brian Howe - Amanda Dahill-Moore
Saturday April 25th @7:30pm
Edge of Edgewood
S. Whitney Holmes is the author of Room Where I Get What I Want (Black Ocean, 2015) and of the chapbook Method of Loci (dancing girl press, 2013). She acts as executive director for the feminist press Switchback Books and is also an editor for The Offending Adam. She was born and raised in West Virginia, earned her M.F.A. from the University of Alabama, and currently lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. Her poems have appeared in Gulf Coast, Poetry Northwest, Barrelhouse, and others.
Chris Tonelli works in the Libraries at NC State and co-owns So & So Books in downtown Raleigh, where he lives with his wife, Allison, and their two kids, Miles and Vera. He is a founding editor of the independent poetry press, Birds, LLC, and he curates the So & So Series and edits So & So Magazine. He is the author of one full-length collection, The Trees Around (Birds, LLC), and five chapbooks, most recently Increment (Rye House Press).
Amanda Dahill-Moore graduated from Guilford College, where she studied writing and sculpture. She now lives in Durham, NC. Her interest in social spaces and lived experience has led to several installations and collaborative multimedia projects, such as Trade Routes and Lines, both at the Carrack Modern Art. She is currently at work on her first chapbook, Cartography For When We Reappear.
Brian Howe is a poet and journalist based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. His poems and sound art have appeared in Octopus, Coconut, Drunken Boat, So and So Magazine, Horse Less, Past Simple, Cannibal,McSweeneys.net, Word for/Word, and others. He has released three chapbooks: Guitar Smash (3rdness Press), This is the Motherfucking Remix (with Marcus Slease; Scantily Clad Press), and Foreign Letter (Beard of Bees). He is the Arts & Culture Editor at INDY Week in Durham, NC.