at Unnameable Books, 600 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY
The 10th annual Greetings Spring reading series is curated by UDP author Jeffrey Joe Nelson.
Meet & greet at 8pm followed shortly by performances & readings by Anna Moschovakis & Gracie Leavitt.
Anna Moschovakis is the author of two books of poems, I Have Not Been Able to Get Through to Everyone (Turtle Point Press 2006) and You and Three Others Are Approaching a Lake (Coffee House Press 2011) and of several chapbooks, including The Blue Book (Phylum Press), Dependence Day Parade (Sisyphus), No Medea (a Tinyside from Big Game Books), The Tragedy of Waste (Belladonna) and The Human Machine (Dusie). Currently a freelance editor and a visiting professor in the Writing department at Pratt Institute, she splits her time between Brooklyn and Delaware County, NY. Anna has been working with UDP since 2002 as an editor, designer, administrator, and printer. She has edited numerous poetry and translation titles over the years, is an on-and-off editor of 6×6, and currently edits poetry while also heading up the Dossier Series, which she founded in 2008.
Jeffrey Joe Nelson grew up in the Garden State. Extended sojourns throughout North Carolina, Wales, Florida, California, Italy, Holland, Cuba and Prague eventually brought him to Brooklyn when he has lived for the past 13 years. Jeffrey Joe’s work has appeared in Oyster Boy, New York Nights, Dial Tone, Lungfull!, Ashville Mountain Review, and Greetings, a magazine of the sound arts he founded in 1998. Recent chapbooks include a car/A Pome (Lew Gallery Editions), and Caption my Caption(Gneiss Books). He teaches English and coaches Basketball at the Coalition High School for Social Change in Harlem.