Living Room, Tiny Tour

Welcome again to the Tiny Tour! Below you will see videos from the Living Room leg.

The first video is Frank Sherlock (along with a brief introduction of the reading by Chris Roberti). The second video is me, Dorothea Lasky, and the third video is Dan Machlin. The fourth video is the Q & A. For more information on the Tiny Tour, click on the WHAT IS THE TINY TOUR? link (to the right, under “Recent Posts”).

Date and time of the reading: Friday, 10/5/07, 8 p.m.

Readers: Frank Sherlock, Dorothea Lasky, and Dan Machlin

Camerawork: Amit Das and Kristin Searle

Introductions: Chris Roberti


Dorothea Lasky was born in St. Louis in 1978. Her poems have appeared in Crowd, 6×6, Boston Review, Delmar, Phoebe, Filter, Knock, Drill, Lungfull!, and Carve, among others. She is the author of three chapbooks: The Hatmaker’s Wife (Braincase Press, 2006), Art (H_NGM_N Press, 2005), and Alphabets and Portraits (Anchorite Press, 2004). She is a graduate of the MFA program at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and also has been educated at Harvard University and Washington University. Currently, she lives in Philadelphia, where she edits the Katalanché Press chapbook series (along with poet, Michael Carr) and is pursuing her doctorate in education from the University of Pennsylvania.
Dan Machlin was born and raised in New York City. Previous works include several chapbooks: 6×7 (Ugly Duckling Presse), This Side Facing You (Heart Hammer Press), and In Rem (@ Press), as well as Above Islands (Immanent Audio), an audio CD collaboration with singer/cellist Serena Jost. His poems and reviews have appeared in The Poetry Project Newsletter, Talisman, Antennae, Crayon, Soft Targets, Boog Literature and The Brooklyn Rail. Dan is the founding editor and publisher of Futurepoem books, a former contributing editor of The Transcendental Friend and a former curator of The Segue Series at Bowery Poetry Club in NYC. Dear Body: is his first book-length collection of poems.
Chris Roberti lives in Brooklyn where he writes poems, teaches kids, builds furniture, and rides his bike. He has studied at Muhlenberg College and Harvard University.
Frank Sherlock is the author of Wounds in an Imaginary Nature Show (Night Flag Books), Spring Diet of Flowers at Night (Mooncalf Press), ISO (furniture press) and 13 (Ixnay Press). Forthcoming chapbook publications include Daybook of Perversities & Main Events (Cy Gist Press), Over Here (Katalanché Press) and a collaborative poem with Brett Evans, entitled Ready-to-Eat Individual. He is alive in Philadelphia.

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