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October readings

I’ll be reading at a couple of places this month. If you’re in or near Ohio, please show up! Or, if you live far away and feel like traveling, that would be great!

The first is part of the Paging Columbus series at 6 p.m., October 11, at Ohio State’s Urban Arts Space. Jennifer Hambrick and Kelly Kathleen Ferguson will read too. The evening’s theme is “Hello darkness, my old friend.” Much thanks to Hannah Stephenson for the invitation to read.

The good folks at Heavy Feather Review (Jason Teal, Nathan Floom, Jason Carnahan and Kyle Bialko) asked me to read at 7 p.m., October 27, at the Cedar Lee Pub in Cleveland Heights. I’ll be reading along with Robert Loss, Shawn Maddey, Tessa Mellas, Alexis Pope and F. Daniel Rzicznek. The event is called “Like They Do in the Future.” Here’s the amazing poster they made:

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