Quarantine is effectively over (for now…) so this is the final Sensitive Skin Beer Virus Reading! We go out with a bang! This week features:
– Suzie Kaplan Olmsted (5:40)
– Carl Watson (23:40)
– Arthur Nersesian (38:50, reading from his new novel, “The Five Books of Robert Moses”)
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Carl Watson is a poet, fiction writer, playwright and critic. He currently splits his time between NYC and an old barn in the Catskill Mountains. He is the author of several books of fiction and poetry, including “Backwards the Drowned Go Dreaming,” from Sensitive Skin Books, which was recently released in a version francais.
Suzi Kaplan Olmsted has appeared in The Sun, Maintenant, Blue Satellite, 51%, F.T.S, Big Scream, poetrysuperhighway.com, M.A.G., Lummox Journal, getunderground.com and Napalm Health Spa. Nominated for two Pushcart Prizes for her chapbooks Industrial Wallet and Elektra’s Mouth (both Virgogray Press), Suzi lives in Portland, OR with her husband, poet Marc Olmsted.
Arthur Nersesian’s 14th book, The Five Books of (Robert) Moses (Akashic Book), was just published. He teaches an affordable writing workshop in the East Village. If interested please contact him on Facebook.