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Saturday, December 10, 2011


Tomorrow at In Your Ear: kaufman, Eisenhower, and Jacobs

Tomorrow, December 11, 2011, at 3 pm, the In Your Ear Reading series will present:


Erica Kaufman is the author of censory impulse (Factory School 2009) as well as several chapbooks, most recently selections from INSTANT CLASSIC (Least Weasel 2011). More poems from this recent project, INSTANT CLASSIC, can be found online in Little Red Leaves and Elective Affinities. Recent prose can be found in The Poetry Project Newsletter and Rain Taxi. Kaufman is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at the CUNY Graduate Center in Composition & Rhetoric, and teaches at Baruch College and Bard College’s Institute for Writing & Thinking and Institute for Language & Thinking. Read some of Erica's poems here.

Cathy Eisenhower lives in Washington, DC, and is the author of the poetry collections Language of the Dog-heads (chapbook--Phylum Press), clearing without reversal (Edge Books), and would with and (Roof Books). She is co-translating the selected poems of Argentine poet Diana Bellessi. Her poems have recently appeared in The Recluse, Aufgabe, West Wind Review, The Brooklyn Rail, and are forthcoming in

Ken Jacobs has lived in and about Washington D.C. for more than thirty years. A chapbook, Sooner, from Phylum Press was released in December 2009.He has poems in ‘The Portable Boog Reader′, the online journal 'Everyday Genius' and forthcoming at 'Sentence' and 'Wheelhouse Magazine'. He also designed, produced and wrote the software for the collaborative digital poetry project Relegy with M. Magnus and Cathy Eisenhower performed in the Spring of 2011.

Admission is $5.00.

District of Columbia Arts Center is located at 2438 18th Street NW in Adams Morgan, Washington, DC, between the Dupont Circle and Woodley Park metro stations. For directions, see the DCAC web site here.

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