extended hiatus

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Kristin Palm & Ethel Rackin: Philly: 9/30/08

Tuesday, September 30, 6pm: Robin's Bookstore (108 S 13th St, Philadelphia) presents poets Kristin Palm & Ethel Rackin.

For more information, see: http://www.robinsbookstore.com/events/093008.html.

Kristin Palm's book, The Straits (two long poems about Detroit, her former hometown), was published this year by the serendipitously named Palm Press. Her writing has also appeared in various journals, including Boog City, Chain, There and Dusie, the anthology Bay Poetics (Faux Press, 2006), and numerous magazines and newspapers. She writes regularly for Metropolis magazine and its blog, POV (www.metropolismag.com/pov). Kristin lives in San Francisco.

Ethel Rackin's poems have appeared in The American Poetry Review, Colorado Review, Volt, Court Green, and elsewhere. She has taught creative writing at Penn State's Delaware County campus, Haverford College, and the Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Arts. She is currently a doctoral candidate in English at Princeton University.

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