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Sunday, January 27, 2013

Chocolate Waters & Elaine Sexton Jan 29 @ Bluestockings

Chocolate Waters
I'm delighted to be reading from my new book and from earlier work at Bluestockings in NYC and happy to share the bill w/Elaine Sexton, this Tues. Jan 29 @7 p.m.

"Chocolate Waters's The Woman Who Wouldn't Shake Hands is a romp with a gymnast of poetic wordplay. Waters' wit can leave you in stitches one moment, only to reveal the sardonic undertones of her meaning in the next, turning you warm to chilled with the simple flip of the wrist."
 ~ Chavisa Woods 

Elaine Sexton continues to explore text as “evidence,” the poem as a collage of spent things, words and images reconstituted to make fresh shapes. She is the author of Sleuth and Causeway, both published by New Issues.

Women's & Trans' Poetry Jam
172 Allen Street 
(between Stanton and Rivington) 
Host by Vittoria Repetto

I look forward to seeing YOU there.

Chocolate Waters

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Host Vittoria Repetto is the author of "Not Just A Personal Ad" (Guernica Editiions, 2006) and "Head For the Van Wyck" (Monkey Cat Press, 1995). She has been hosting the Women's & Trans’ Poetry Jam at Bluestockings Bookstore since its opening in 1999. 

An open mic for women and trans introduces the featured readers. 
A suggested donation of $5 helps to support our features.

The Women Who Wouldn't Shake Hands by Chocolate Waters
(Poets Wear Prada, 2011)

Copies of Ms. Waters latest collection will be available for purchase and signing.  Books can also be purchased online at Amazon.com, CreateSpace.com and B&N.

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