Join n+1, Cicada Press, and the radical journal Translit for a night of readings by Pavel Arsenev and n+1 contributors Roman Osminkin and Matthew Whitley.
The event is free and open to the public.
May 3, 2017
68 Jay Street #405
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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Pavel Arsenev is a poet, critic, and editor of Translit. He is author of two books of poems in Russian and one in English, Spasm of Accomodation, which has just been published by Commune Editions. He lives in St. Petersburg.
Roman Osminkin is a St. Petersburg–based poet, performer, and video artist. He is the author of Not a Word About Politics, published by Cicada Press. A collection of his poems is forthcoming in 2017 from n+1, in collaboration with Cicada Press.
Matthew Whitley is a poet, anarchist activist, and an editor of Cicada Press. His work has appeared in publications and journals including the Brooklyn Rail, Translit, Matter, Vanitas, GIGANTIC SEQUINS, and The New Museum’s New City Reader.