Little Red Leaves Textile Series is a small press that publishes chapbooks by experimental poets and writers. All chapbooks are constructed using fabric and other upcycled materials. Most cost only $8.
Houston Public Poetry presents David Feil, Autumn Hayes, Dawn Pendergast and Roberto Tejada.
TICKETS: General admission tickets: $5, on sale here online starting at noon on February 24, 2015
KAZUO ISHIGURO “is a master storyteller, in a class of his own making,” declares The Independent, and The New York Times calls him “an original and remarkable genius.” Born in Japan and raised in England, Ishiguro is one of the most celebrated writers of our time. He has been nominated for the Man Booker Prize four times and won it in 1989 for his international bestseller The Remains of the Day, whichNewsweek praised as “brilliant and quietly devastating” and The New York Review of Books described as “a virtuoso performance ... put on with dazzling daring and aplomb.” The author of six novels, his other major works include The Artist of the Floating World and Never Let Me Go. Both The Remains of the Day andNever Let Me Go were made into feature films. Ishiguro has received an OBE award and the prestigious Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. In 2005,Time magazine included Never Let Me Go on its list of 100 greatest English language novels since the magazine’s inception in 1923, and in 2008 The Times named Ishiguro in its list of the 50 greatest British writers since 1948. He will read from his highly anticipated new novel The Buried Giant, coming out in March 2015.
Join us at Grayduck Gallery @ 2213 E. Cesar Chavez on Saturday, August 9th, doors at 7:30 pm, reading at 8 pm! Featuring the works of Dan Boehl, Katy Chrisler and Carrie Hunter.
Dan Boehl is a founding editor of Birds, LLC, an independent poetry publisher, which put out his book Kings of the F**king Sea. He helps run the Austin reading series Fun Party.
Katy Chrisler received her MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in 2012 and was a recent fellow at the Land Arts of the American West traveling residency program. Previous poems of hers have appeared in Tin House, Poor Claudia, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and Octopus Magazine. She currently lives in Austin, Texas and works at The Contemporary Austin as the Publications Coordinator.
Carrie Hunter received her MFA/MA in the Poetics program at New College of California, edits the chapbook press, ypolita press, and is on the editorial board of Black Radish Books. She has published chapbooks with Cy Gist Press, Dusie, Arrow as Aarow, Lew Gallery Editions, Birds of Lace, and gavia immer. Her full-length collection, The Incompossible, was published in 2011 by Black Radish Books. Other work has recently appeared in Vector Press, the anthology It’s Night in San Francisco But its Sunny in Oakland, Armed Cell, Finery, Eleven Eleven, sparkle + blink 51, Big Bridge, and Scud Magazine. She lives in San Francisco.