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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
holler 32 featuring Erin Keane, David Cazden, Sasha Colette & the Magnolias
Poster by the incredible John Lackey
Holler Daddy Eric Sutherland brings his Holler Poets Series children back tonight at Al's - starting at 8pm. Seems as if the open mic list is already chock full, so the weather's not going to keep the poetic spirits away - so don't miss the fantastic opportunity to hear some of our area's best literati.
The featured writers are Erin Keane, David Cazden and Sasha Colette with music by the Magnolias.
David Cazden: An Al Smith Fellow for 2008, David Cazden started writing poetry in the 1970s, while he was receivng a degree in Engineering, at the University of Kentucky. After taking a 20 year break, David started up again and soon his first collection of poetry, Moving Picture, was published by Word Press in 2005. David worked as the editor for the literary magazine, Miller's Pond, for six years. His poetry has appeared widely, both online and in print. He lives and hangs out in Lexington, KY.
Erin Keane - Erin Keane is the author of two collections of poetry, Death-Defying Acts and The Gravity Soundtrack, both published by WordFarm. Her chapbook, The One-Hit Wonders, is a small collection of poems about rock and roll. A graduate of Spalding University's MFA program and a recipient of the Al Smith Fellowship from the Kentucky Arts Council, Keane lives in Louisville where she works as a staff writer and theater critic for The Courier-Journal. She is also a member of the core faculty of the National University MFA program and a poetry editor of Strange Horizons, a magazine of speculative literature.