Saturday, November 3rd, 7pm, KCAI Crossroads Gallery:
Center for Contemporary Practice (1819 Grand Blvd. KCMO)
Brett Salsbury currently calls Lawrence, Kansas home, where he recently relocated after living in Las Vegas, Nevada. His creative work has most recently appeared in Causeway Lit, The Poet's Billow, and Posit. In 2017, he served as a short-term writer-in-residence at Sundress Academy for the Arts, and he is now a PhD student at KU where he's working on poems and lyric essays.
CHARLOTTE SELEY is a writer and poet from the Hudson Valley region of New York, currently residing in Kansas City. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College and her BA with a concentration in Creative Writing from Eugene Lang College of the New School for Liberal Arts. Her first collection of poetry, The World is My Rival, is on Spuyten Duyvil Publishing.
Brad Vogler is the author of my radius, a small stone (Spuyten Duyvil), i know that this ritual (Lute & Cleat), and three chapbooks: errand: a version of (Meekling Press), Amid the Waves Which (Beard of Bees), and Fascicle 30 (Little Red Leaves Textile Series). His work has appeared in numerous journals including: 1110, Cutbank, Free Verse, Small Po[r]tions, Versal and Volt. He works with Delete Press, Posit, and is the editor/web designer of Opon. Find out more about him at https://bradvogler.com.