Book Release Party with Rebecca Byrkit, Cynthia Hogue, Jerry Riopelle, and AmeriCamera

Rebecca Byrkit with Cynthia Hogue, Jerry Riopelle, and AmeriCamera on September 23, 2012 by Letterpress Central.

Book release party, readings, musical performances
Doors open 4 p.m.

6185 W. Detroit Street
Chandler, Arizona 85226
Presented by Kariboux Ltd. and Letterpress Central

Rebecca Byrkit is the author of four books of poems, the most recent of which is WHOA (Kariboux Ltd., 2012). Becky teaches literature and creative writing in SLS and MLSt programs at ASU. Her work has appeared in Best American Poetry (Scribners), Ploughshares, Best of Exquisite Corpse, Black Warrior Review, Letters to the World (Red Hen Press), Fever Dreams: Poets of the Southwest (UA Press), Arizona Highways, and Rolling Stone. She is the current nonfiction faculty advisor for Superstition Review.


Cynthia Hogue
holds the Maxine and Jonathan Marshall Chair in Modern and Contemporary Poetry at Arizona State University. She has published seven collections of poetry, most recently Or Consequence.

Jerry Riopelle is a songwriter and musician inducted in the Arizona Music Hall of Fame.

AmeriCamera (T.R. Hummer and Billy Cioffi), is a Grammy award-winning combo featuring “text-based poetry and music.”

 
Reception to follow readings and performances. All are welcome!

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3 thoughts on “Book Release Party with Rebecca Byrkit, Cynthia Hogue, Jerry Riopelle, and AmeriCamera

  • September 27, 2012 at 8:58 am
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    I was very sorry not to be able to make it to this event. I can’t wait to read WHOA!

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