with readings by:
Nat Baldwin is a writer and musician living in Portland, Maine. He has released several solo albums and plays bass in Dirty Projectors. His first collection of stories, The Red Barn, was released in 2017 from Calamari Archive.
Jac Jemc is the author of The Grip of It newly released from FSG Originals in August 2017. Her first novel, My Only Wife (Dzanc Books) was a finalist for the 2013 PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Fiction and winner of the Paula Anderson Book Award, and her collection of stories, A Different Bed Every Time (Dzanc Books) was named one of Amazon’s best story collections of 2014. She edits nonfiction for Hobart.
Catie Hannigan is a poet from Maine. Her first chapbook, What Once Was There Is The Most Beautiful Thing, was published by DIAGRAM in 2015. Her second chapbook, Water Fragments, is forthcoming from Tammy Journal in 2017. She received her MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts.
[a minor place] is a new monthly reading series at the Apohadion Theater curated by Nat Baldwin, dedicated to showcasing innovative work within the literary arts and beyond
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