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David Kuhnlein, Adam Malinowski, Dave Chatroom at Wolfman Books

We will be holding a special poetry reading at E. M. Wolfman General Interest Small Bookstore, Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 7 p.m, for an event organized by San Francisco-based poet Kevin Killian.

Our readers will be local favorite Dave Chatroom, and two visiting writers from Michigan. Admission is free!

Wolfman Books is located in downtown Oakland, at 410 13th Street.

Bios of our writers follow:

Dave Chatroom is a transplant from the soggy post-industrial sprawl of Southeastern Michigan. Who builds a city in a swamp? His writing is concerned with our bodies, where we stand, what the ground is made of & how we stick together in the face of forces bent on our separation and demise. Dave currently lives in Berkeley.

David Kuhnlein writes poems, essays, and music reviews. His work has recently appeared in Bathhouse Journal, Mirage/Period(ical), and Washtenaw County’s Current Magazine. He is currently editing a collection of essays centering illness, embodiment, and chronic pain. He lives in Hamtramck (Michigan).

Adam Malinowski is a poet currently completing a master’s in Creative Writing at Eastern Michigan University. He teaches First-Year Writing to college freshman and co-facilitates the bi-weekly Advanced Poetry Workshop at the Women’s Huron Valley Correctional Facility in Ypsilanti, Michigan. His work can be found at Poets Reading the News, Philosophical Idiot and Mirage/Period(ical). He lives in Detroit.