An New Cadence in March, part 1 Kate Greenstreet and Janet Holmes!

A New Cadence Poetry Series


Kate Greenstreet


Janet Holmes

reading from their works

Saturday, March 17th


Louden Nelson Center

301 Center Street

Santa Cruz, CA 95060

Room 6


Admission is free

Kate Greenstreet's first book, case sensitive, is just out from Ahsahta Press. Her chapbook, Learning the Language, was published by Etherdome Press last fall. Born in Chicago, Kate has lived mostly on the east and west coasts of the U.S., currently back on the Atlantic side, in New Jersey. She received a Fellowship from the NJ State Council on the Arts in 2003. Her poems have appeared in Bird Dog, Conduit, can we have our ball back?, GutCult, Diagram, Octopus, POOL, The Massachusetts Review, No Tell Motel, Fascicle, Barrow Street, Word For/Word, the tiny, RHINO, Free Verse, LIT, MiPOesias, CutBank, Kulture Vulture, TYPO, 26, string of small machines, KELR, XANTIPPE, Spell, CARVE, Absent, Dusie, and other journals. New work is forthcoming in Cannibal and Vanitas.

Janet Holmes has published F2F (2006), Humanophone (2001), and The Green Tuxedo (1998), all from the University of Notre Dame Press, and The Physicist at the Mall (1994), winner of the Anhinga Prize. Her recent work appears or is forthcoming in 1913, Cannibal, Cutbank, Notre Dame Review and Practice, New Writing + Art. She edits Ahsahta Press, a 32-year-old all-poetry press housed at Boise State University that is home to poets Dan Beachy-Quick, Lisa Fishman, Graham Foust, Kate Greenstreet, Brian Henry, Aaron McCollough, Sandra Miller, and Susan Tichy, among many others.

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