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Kenning Editions and New Corpse are pleased to announce a reading and talk by poet Jesse Seldess. Plus, The Paper Cave and Kenning Editions pop up shop, on site!

Seldess’ poetry has been critically acclaimed since it first saw wide exposure in the form of his first collection, Who Opens. He will read from his latest book, Left Having, and give a talk on his compositional process, under the working title of “Inconstants and Variables.”

Jesse Seldess recently relocated to Brooklyn from Karlsruhe, Germany. He is the author of two books, Who Opens (2006) and Left Having (2011), both from Kenning Editions. He has also published chapbooks with Hand Held Editions, Instance Press, Answer Tag Press, and the Chicago Poetry Project Press. His work has recently appeared in the journals The Recluse, EOAGH, Jacket, Little Red Leaves, and out of nothing. Since 2001, he has edited and published Antennae, a journal of experimental writing and language-based performance and music scores.

Saturday October 29th, 2011, 7:00 PM at Green Lantern Gallery, 1511 N. Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood. Admission is free, along with beer, wine, and refreshments. The gallery is a third floor walk up and is not ADA accessible. This event is funded in part by Poets & Writers, Inc. Bring extra cash and avail yourself of the best book shop in the whole midwest.

Seldess also reads at the Poetry Project in New York City, November 16th, with Hoa Nguyen, and in the Moles Not Molars series, Philadelphia, November18th, as well as the DC Arts Center November 20th.

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