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56 Bogart Street Brooklyn NY 11206                                                                       
Poetry Reading: November 30, 7-9 P.M.                                                                        

Brooklyn Poets Reading Series


Join us once again at Studio 10 for the last Brooklyn Poets reading of 2012, featuring poets Jenny Zhang, Jennifer L. Knox and Jason Bredle. Admission is free. Wine, beer, and light refreshments will be served.

Jenny Zhang is the author of the poetry collection, Dear Jenny, We Are All Find (Octopus Books, 2012). Her fiction, non-fiction and poe try have appeared in Jezebel, Glimmertrain, The Iowa Review, The Guardian, Diagram, and Vice magazine. She writes for teenage girls at Rookie magazine and teaches high school students in the Bronx. 

Jennifer L. Knox is the author of three books of poems, The Mystery of the Hidden Driveway (2010), Drunk by Noon (2007) and A Gringo Like Me (2005), all available from Bloof books. She received her BA from the University of Iowa and her MFA in poetry writing from New York University. She has taught poetry writing at Hunter College and New York University. Her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, American Poetry Review and four times in Best American Poetry—as well as the anthologies Best American Erotic Poems, Great American Prose Poems: From Poet to Present and Free Radicals: American Poets Before Their First Books. She is at work on her first novel.

Jason Bredle is the author of Carnival, selected as an editor's choice for the Akron Series in Poetry (University of Akron Press, 2012); The Book of Evil (Dream Horse Press, 2011); Smiles of the Unstoppable (Magic Helicopter Press, 2011); Class Project (Publishing Genius Press, 2010); Pain Fantasy (Red Morning Press, 2007); Standing in Line for the Beast, winner of the 2006 New Issues Poetry Prize (New Issues, 2007); and A Twelve Step Guide, winner of the 2004 New Michigan Press chapbook contest (New Michigan Press, 2004). His individual work has appeared in numerous anthologies and journals, including Knopf’s Poems About Horses, 180 More: Extraordinary Poems for Every Day, LIT, Diagram and Denver Quarterly. He lives in Chicago.

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The gallery is across the street from the Bogart Street exit at the L Train Morgan stop.