Featherless Reading

Featherless is a reading series based on based on the idea of personal exposure. To write without feathers, without plumage, is to write honestly. The series is curated by Andrea Lambert and Katie Jacobson.

Featherless #4 will be held at Wordspace on September 19th, 2010 at 7:30 pm.  Wordspace is located at 3191 Casitas Ave #156, Los Angeles, CA 90039.

The readers are:

Khadija Anderson returned in 2008 to her native Los Angeles after 18 years exile in Seattle. Khadija’s poetry has been published extensively in print, online, and elsewhere. She is an MFA candidate at Antioch University L.A. and her poem “Islam for Americans” was a 2011 Pushcart nominee.

Sarah B. Burghauser is an LA-based writer, scholar, and mixed-media artist. Sarah publishes with A Café in Space, the Anaïs Nin literary journal, is a Lambda Literary Writers Retreat Fellow, and has been awarded a residency at the MacDowell Colony. Currently Sarah works on her first book, Nincarnation, a text that insists it is possible to know oneself in the life of another.

Michael Molitch-Hou™ is founder and chair of the Reality™ Institute, a service institute dedicated to understanding reality in the silliest way possible. He is a current MFA student at CalArts in the field of creative writing and a firm advocate of world peace.

Reception to follow.

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About thedoubleequal

TheDoubleEqual is interested in Anais Nin, Smut and subtext, Queer literature, Intersections of oppression, Jewish communities, Memoir, Poetry, All art, Subways, and Violent spiritual awakenings. View all posts by thedoubleequal

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