Friday, December 09, 2005

Mrs. Spencer was the lucky winner of the Clean Part's second pie raffle. She won a fabulous pecan pie from Kuhl's Diner. She looks happy about her Kuhl's pie. You should go there sometime. Kuhl's is at 1038 O Street in Lincoln right next to Gomez.

For more pictures of the second Clean Part, see the Dec. 9 posting here.

Thursday, December 08, 2005

Anthony Hawley & Amanda Nadelberg
Thursday, December 8, 2005. 7:00pm
at the Tugboat Art Gallery
(alley entrance behind Gomez Art Supply)
1028 O Street
Lincoln, NE

Get in FREE - And have a chance to win a terrific prize

Friday, November 18, 2005

Anthony Hawley grew up in New England and was educated at Columbia University. He is the author of the chapbooks Afield (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2004) and Vocative (Phylum Press, 2004), and his poems have appeared in various magazines including Denver Quarterly, The New Republic, The Paris Review, 26, and Volt. He has served as Poetry Editor of Fence magazine, and his first full-length book of poems, The Concerto Form, will be published by Shearsman Books this spring. He currently teaches literature and writing at UNL, and lives in Lincoln with his wife and daughter.

2 poems in Shampoo
Pork Over Fire in Eleven Bulls
LVII in GutCult
2 poems in can we have our ball back?
Amanda Nadelberg's first book, Isa the Truck Named Isadore, was selected by Lisa Jarnot as winner of the 4th Annual Slope Editions Book Prize and will be published Spring 2006. Poems have appeared or will appear in Unpleasant Event Schedule, Octopus, TYPO, Conduit, jubilat and No: a journal of the arts. She grew up in Boston and lives in Minneapolis.

My New Pet Word is Mozzarella in McSweeney's
2 poems in can we have our ball back?
3 poems in Unpleasant Event Schedule

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

A big congratulations to Nicole de Fee! Nicole (center) was the winner of The Clean Part's first raffle drawing. The first raffle prize was a dutch apple pie.
See round-ups and pictures of the first Clean Part here, here, here, here, and here.

Saturday, November 05, 2005

Adam Clay, Anne Boyer & Alex Lemon
Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005. 7:00pm.
at the Tugboat Gallery
(alley entrance behind Gomez Art Supply)
1028 O Street
Lincoln, NE

Get in FREE - Peanuts will be provided.

Monday, October 24, 2005

Adam Clay's first book, The Wash, is forthcoming from Parlor Press (2006). His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Barrow Street, Black Warrior Review, Cimarron Review, CutBank, Iowa Review, LIT, New Orleans Review, and elsewhere. Adam now teaches composition and literature courses at Northwest Arkansas Community College and co-edits Typo Magazine.

Two poems in Octopus
Damaged Pigments in Tarpaulin Sky
Two Poems in Eleven Bulls
Study in Cartography in Shampoo
Four poems in StorySouth
Three poems in Milk

Alex Lemon received his B.A. from Macalester College and was awarded an M.F.A. from the University of Minnesota, where he taught courses in literature and creative writing and was the assistant editor of Luna: A Journal of Poetry and Translation. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in AGNI, Black Warrior Review, Cimarron Review, Hayden's Ferry, Gulf Coast, Indiana Review, Pleiades, Post Road, Swink and Washington Square among numerous other literary journals. His translations (with Wang Ping) of a number of contemporary Chinese poets are forthcoming in New American Writing and other journals. He is the new poetry editor for the online literary journal Konundrum Engine Literary Review.

2 poems in Octopus
Mugging in Typo
Meditation on Beasts and Trees in Square Lake
Mosquito in AGNI
Flourishing in Coconut
Anne Boyer was born in Topeka, Kansas, in 1973. Her poetry and lyric prose have appeared in TYPO, Denver Quarterly, Diagram, New Letters, Shampoo, Exquisite Corpse, KELR, and other journals. She lives in Des Moines, Iowa, where she teaches creative writing.

A Romance of Happy Workers in Typo
Two poems in Diagram
Two poems in Shampoo
Lab Notes in Unpleasant Event Schedule
With Feathers in Paranthetical Note
3 Poems in Kulture Vulture