Tuesday, July 29, 2014

July 29, 2014 (The New Yinzer Contributors)

Hemingway's Poetry Series
July 29, 2014

Kurt Garrison is a musician, writer, and photographer who resides in the Troy Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh. When he's not serving as a data analyst for tech start-up Shoefitr, KG plays in soul group Moldies & Monsters and lo-fi minimalists The Plat Maps. A former contributor to The New Yinzer, he currently writes for Pittsburgh Magazine.

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Mike Good writes from his apartment in Bloomfield and is from Plum, PA originally. He co-founded the Hour After Happy Hour Writing Workshop, and the After Happy Hour Review journal and reading series. Professionally, he works for Allegheny Land Trust, an environmental nonprofit focusing on land conservation in Allegheny County.

Taylor Grieshober is a writer living in Wilkinsburg, and a waitress to the stars. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Monkeybicycle, Voices from the Attic, The New Yinzer, and Weave. She is also co-director of TNY Presents.

Taylor Grieshober's Reading - Click to Play (Right-Click to Download)

Mark Mangini is a visual artist and musician who also curates the TiNY art section of The New Yinzer. 

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Don Wentworth writes poetry in the short form and has had work published in bear creek haiku, Rolling Stone, Modern Haiku, bottle rockets, The New Yinzer, Cotyledon, Encyclopedia  Destructica, and the anthologies Prairie Smoke and To Life.  His first full-length volume, Past All Traps, was published by Six Gallery Press in 2011.

Don Wentworth's Reading - Click to Play (Right-Click to Download)

Carolyne Whelan received her MFA in poetry and nonfiction at Chatham University in 2009. Her first chapbook, The Glossary of Tania Aebi, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2011. Her second chapbook, Chain Down the Moon, and her full length manuscript, Roadside Fires Burning, have both been finalists in national chapbook and first book publishing competitions, respectively. Recent work has appeared or is forthcoming in a number of journals, including Blue Heron and Sugar House. She lives in Four Mile Run.

Carolyne Whelan's Reading - Click to Play (Right-Click to Download)

Curtis Crisler is an author and Associate Professor of English at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne. After a competition, he was selected for the writing residency by City of Asylum Pittsburgh. His forthcoming poetry book, "This" Ameri-can-ah, will be released in 2015. His other books are Pulling Scabs (nominated for a Pushcart),Tough Boy Sonatas (Young Adult), and Dreamist: a mixed-genre novel (Young Adult). His other poetry chapbooks are Wonderkind, Soundtrack to Latchkey Boy, and Spill. He has been published in many journals, magazines and anthologies.

Curtis Crisler's Reading - Click to Play (Right-Click to Download)

Open Mic

Jimmy Cvetic Wraps the Season

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