@ District of Columbia Arts Center
3:00PM, September 16, 2012
Please join the In Your Ear Reading Series for a reading by Mark Lamoreux, Doritt Carroll, and Dan Gutstein at 3PM on Sunday, September 16, 2012.
MARK LAMOUREUX lives in Astoria, NY. He is the author of four full-length collections of poetry: Spectre (Black Radish Books 2010), Astrometry Orgonon (BlazeVOX Books 2008), 29 Cheeseburgers / 39 Years (Pressed Wafer, forthcoming 2012) and Devotion (Desperanto, forthcoming 2013). His work has been published in print and online in Fence, miPoesias, Jubilat, Denver Quarterly, Conduit, Jacket, Fourteen Hills and many others. In 2006 he started Cy Gist Press, a micropress focusing on ekphrastic poetry. He holds an MFA from the New School and teaches in the CUNY system.
DORITT CARROLL is (unfortunately) a lawyer and (fortunately) the mother of two daughters. She received her undergraduate and law degrees from Georgetown University. Her collection In Caves was published in 2010 by Brickhouse Books. Her poems have appeared in Coal City Review, Poet Lore, Nimrod, Slipstream, Rattle, Plainsongs, Poetry Depth Quarterly, Maryland Poetry Review, Explorations, Negative Capability, Poet’s Canvas, Illuminations, The Baltimore Review, Journal of Formal Poetry, and Harlequin Creature. Her poem motherlove recently was accepted for publication in the Fuck Poems anthology by Lavender Ink.
DAN GUTSTEIN is the author of non/fiction (stories, Edge Books, 2010) and Bloodcoal & Honey (poems, Washington Writers’ Publishing House, 2011). His writing has appeared in more than 70 publications, including Ploughshares, Prairie Schooner, American Scholar, The Iowa Review, Colorado Review, The Penguin Book of the Sonnet, and Best American Poetry. He directs the Writing Studio and Learning Resource Center at Maryland Institute College of Art, and teaches creative writing at the Writer’s Center, in Bethesda, Md., and at George Washington University. He has received grants and awards from the Maryland State Arts Council, Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County (Md.), and University of Michigan, among others. In past lives, he has worked as an international economist, theatre arts educator, editor-in-chief, tae kwon do instructor, and farm hand.
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 at
Sunday, September 30, 7:00 PM
Lisa Jarnot, Reading and Publication Celebration
for the recently published biography Robert Duncan: Ambassador from Venus
@ Bridge Street Books
Friday, October 12, time TBD
Ryan Eckes & Laura Jaramillo
Friday, October 26, time TBD
Tom Raworth & Doug Lang