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Everything is Bigger presents: Ji Yoon Lee, Callie Collins, Bing Li & Elizabeth Doss

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Everything is Bigger puts on its backpack and new sneakers. Everything is Bigger gets stoked for school. Beyond ready to host visiting poet Ji Yoon Lee, local prose writer Callie Collins, and Michener Center poet Bing Li, along with a special performance by local theater artist Elizabeth Doss.

Cheer Up Charlie's
Tuesday 8/25
Doors at 7 pm / Show at 7:30 pm
Bring cash for books and donation please!

Ji Yoon Lee was born and raised in Korea and came to the United States with purpose unknown. Her chapbooks include IMMA (Radioactive Moat Press) and Funsize/Bitesize (Birds of Lace). FOREIGNER'S FOLLY: A TALE OF ATTEMPTED PROJECT (Coconut Books, 2014) is her first full-length collection. 

Callie Collins lives and writes in Austin, Texas. Her stories and essays have appeared in places like the Rumpus, the Toast, the Collagist, PANK, and NANO Fiction. She is the codirector of A Strange Object, the fiction editor of Covered with Fur, and the cohost of the Five Things reading series.

Bing Li is currently a poetry fellow at the Michener Center for Writers. He recently attended the 2015 Ashbery Home School. 

Elizabeth Doss creates interdisciplinary performance. She is part of the paper chairs collective and curates a series of interactive literary experiences called Living Lit. Her latest play, Mast, premiered at the Salvage Vanguard Theater this summer. She's currently an MFA candidate in playwriting at the University of Texas.

Anis Mojgani is a two time National Poetry Slam Champion and winner of the International World Cup Poetry Slam. His work has appeared on HBO, NPR, and in the pages of such journals as Rattle, Forklift Ohio, Used Furniture Review, and Thrush. A founding member of the no longer touring Poetry Revival, Anis is also the author of three poetry collections, all published by Write Bloody Publishing: Songs From Under the River (2013), The Feather Room (2011), and Over the Anvil We Stretch (2008).