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    Thursday, April 13, 2006

    Independent Press Spotlight

    Independent Press Spotlight
    Intersection for the Arts
    446 Valencia St. Between 15th & 16th (Mission)
    with 14 Hills & Instant City
    Tuesday April 18, 2006 at 7:30pm
    $5-15/sliding scale

    This evening provides a unique opportunity to meet some of our leading local writers, publishers, and performers and learn first-hand what drives the Bay Area's local independent publishing community.

    Fourteen Hills(est. 1994) is a semiannual journal focusing on a great diversity of innovative and experimental poetry, fiction, short plays, nonfiction, and visual art; they feature Noah Eli Gordon & Pamela Ryder.

    Instant City (est. 2004) is a semiannual magazine capturing the frenetic energy of San Francisco through works of fiction, non-fiction, and visual arts; they feature writers Lynn Rapoport & Bucky Sinister.

    "Fourteen Hills is something of a collage itself, boasting a variety of talented writers from San Francisco and from around the world." - New Pages Literary Magazine Reviews

    "[Instant City embodies] the psychogeographic map of literary San Francisco..." - SF Bay Guardian

    14 Hills Featured Readers:

    Pamela Ryder's fiction has been published in many litereary journals. She has just completed a collection of stories about the kidnapping of the Lindbergh baby.

    Noah Eli Gordon is the author of the book-length poem The Frequencies (Tougher Disguises, 2003), a collection of three long poems The Area of Sound Called the Subtone, (Ahsahta Press, 2004), an e-book notes toward the spectacle (Duration Press) and chapbooks from Margin to Margin, Anchorite Press, and Anon Books. His reviews have appeared in dozens of journals, including Boston Review, The Poker, Rain Taxi, Jacket, and The St. Marks Poetry Project Newsletter. Forthcoming publications include an audio CD from Kites Are Fun!, a chapbook written in collaboration with Sara Veglahn from Ugly Duckling Presse, work in Boston Review, Typo, Small Town and many other journals. He currently teaches at the University of Colorado in Denver and maintains a links page here: http://humanverb.blogspot.com/


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