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Poets Devin King, Patrick Durgin, and Carrie Hunter

THREE VISITING POETS! TWO FROM OUT OF STATE AND ONE FROM SAN FRANCISCO! WAIT, IS THAT STILL VISITING? WE DON’T KNOW! BUT WE KNOW THIS READING IS GOING TO BE AWESOME!!!

Devin King is the poetry editor for The Green Lantern Press. A narrative poem, The Grand Complication, is out from Kenning Editions. Previous books and chaps: CLOPS, These Necrotic Ethos Come the Plains, and The Resonant Space. Criticism on poetry and sound studies can be found at The Chicago Review, Make Magazine, Plume Poetry, Dusted, and Critical Inquiry.

Patrick Durgin’s PQRS: A Poets Theater Script was published in 2013. He is also coauthor, with Jen Hofer, of The Route and editor of Hannah Weiner’s Open House. Durgin also makes artist's books, most recently Zenith. His performance text, "Interference," was published in Emergency Index. He teaches critical theory, literature, and writing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Carrie Hunter received her MFA/MA in the Poetics program at New College of California, is on the editorial board of Black Radish Books, and edited chapbooks with ypolita press for 11 years. She has two books out with Black Radish Books, The Incompossible and Orphan Machines, and has published around 15 chapbooks, the most recent, Series out of Sequence, from above/ground press. Her third full length book, Vibratory Milieu, is forthcoming from Nightboat books in 2020. She lives in San Francisco and teaches ESL.