Another in our virtual(ly) endless series of online Beer Virus readings during quarantine! The smart reading series with the stupid name! This week, June 4, 2020, features:
– William Considine (3:22)
– Maggie Dubris (18:12)
– Andrei Codrescu (33:20)
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William Considine’s full-length play Moral Support ran at Medicine Show Theatre in early 2019. The Operating System published his volume of produced verse plays, The Furies, and a chapbook of poems, Strange Coherence. Fast Speaking Music released a CD of his poems with music, An Early Spring.
Maggie Dubris is a writer and composer who worked as a 911 paramedic from 1980-2007. Her books are WillieWorld (Cuz Editions), Skels (Soft Skull Press), Weep Not My Wanton (Black Sparrow Press), and In The Dust Zone (Centre-Ville Books). Her latest book, BrokeDown Palace, is out from Subpress in November 2019.
Andrei Codrescu is a Romanian-born American poet, novelist, essayist, screenwriter, and commentator for National Public Radio. He is the winner of the Peabody Award for his film ‘Road Scholar’ and the Ovid Prize for poetry. He was Mac Curdy Distinguished Professor of English at Louisiana State University from 1984 until his retirement in 2009