A New Cadence in March, Part 2 Greenstreet, Arrieu-King, and Orser-Crouse

A New Cadence Poetry Series


Kate Greenstreet, Cynthia Arrieu-King,
and Kristen Orser-Crouse

reading from their poetry

Friday, March 15th @ Felix Kulpa Gallery

107 Elm Street Santa Cruz, CA 95060
(Behind Streetlight Records)
7:30pm Admission is free

Kate Greenstreet is the author of The Last 4 Things and case sensitive, both from Ahsahta Press, and six chapbooks. Her new work can be found in Chicago Review, Colorado Review, Volt, Fence, Boston Review, and other journals. Ahsahta published her third book, Young Tambling, in January 2013.

Cynthia Arrieu-King works as an associate professor of creative writing at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and a former Kundiman fellow. She is the author of two collections of poetry, People are Tiny in Paintings of China (2010) and Manifest (2013). She also co-wrote a chapbook with Ariana-Sophia Kartsonis By a Year Lousy with Meteors (2012). Her first book appeared on The Believer’s Reader’s Choice Poetry List in 2011 and was mentioned on Seth Abramson’s list of best contemporary works of poetry in The Huffington Post. She runs a radio show through WLFR ( about writers and writing in South Jersey and the tri-state called The Last Word.

Kristen Orser-Crouse  works in text and image and is the author of the chapbooks E AT I (Wyrd Tree Press), SQUINT (Dancing Girl Press), Folded into Your Midwestern Thunderstorm (Greying Ghost Press), Winter, Another Wall (blossombones), and Wilted Things (Scantily Clad Press). Her work is often in pieces on the hardwoods and always in process.

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