Eeep! Three poets! Come on down! This reading is gonna be amazing!
Ken Jacobs writes code and poems in Austin, TX, and he works on digital projects like Relegy. He's the author of Sooner( Phylum Press, 2009) and Unmet (Primary Writing, 2015), and his poems have appeared in Everyday Genius and Sentence, among others.
Cathy Eisenhower lives and works in Austin with her partner, Ken Jacobs, and is the author of Language of the Dog-heads (Phylum 2001), clearing without reversal (Edge 2008), would with and (Roof 2009), distance decay (Ugly Duckling 2015), and animalitos (Primary Writing 2017). She has translated the selected poems of Argentine poet Diana Bellessi and co-curated the In Your Ear Reading Series in Washington, DC, for several years. Her work has appeared in The Recluse, Aufgabe, West Wind Review, The Brooklyn Rail, and Fence.
Brent Cunningham is a writer, publisher and occasional visual artist living in Oakland. He has published two books of poetry, Bird & Forest (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2005) and Journey to the Sun (Atelos, 2012). His chapbook of fake Arthur Rimbaud translations, The Sad Songs of Hell, came out from Ugly Duckling in 2017. He works as the Managing Director at Small Press Distribution in Berkeley. In 2005 he and Neil Alger founded Hooke Press, a chapbook press dedicated to publishing short runs of poetry, criticism, theory, writing and ephemera. He has been working on a novel for a disconcertingly long time.