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Everything Is Bigger presents: Joshua Ware, Sueyeun Juliette Lee, Maya Perez & Abraham Smith

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Alright, alright, we made it to two years. This is us zipping forward. We've got three (THREE) amazing visiting poets this month, alongside one of Austin's raddest writers, for this special Saturday edition of EIB.

Come spend a party night with the EIB crew. We'll be hosting four of our favorite readers (Joshua Ware! Sueyeun Juliette Lee! Maya Perez! Abraham Smith).

Cheer Up Charlie's
Saturday, 2/27
Doors at 7 pm / Show at 7:30 pm SHARP
Bring cash for books and donation please!

Sueyeun Juliette Lee grew up three miles from the CIA. She edits Corollary Press, a chapbook series devoted to multi-ethnic innovative writing, and writes poetry reviews for The Constant Critic. Her books include THAT GORGEOUS FEELING (Coconut Books) and Underground National (Factory School) as well as numerous chapbooks. Her new book is Solar Maximum, now available from Futurepoem. A Pew Fellow in the Arts for Literature, she has held residencies for poetry and video art at Kunstnarhuset Messen (Norway), Hafnarborg (Iceland), and UCross Foundation in Wyoming. 

Maya Perez is a screenwriter, a co-editor of the book On Story—Screenwriters and Their Craft (University of Texas Press, October 2013), and a consulting producer for the television series On Story: Presented by Austin Film Festival. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College and was a Michener Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin. She lives in Austin, Texas.

Joshua Ware was born in Cleveland, OH in 1977. He is the author of two full-length collections: HOMAGE TO HOMAGE TO HOMAGE TO CREELEY (Furniture Press Books, 2011), which won the 2nd Annual Furniture Press Poetry Prize, and a tete beche, VARGTIMMEN/UNWANTED INVENTION (Furniture Press Books, 2015), plus a half dozen chapbooks. His worked has appeared in journals such as American Letters & Commentary, Colorado Review, Fence, Gulf Coast, and New American Writing. He currently resides in Denver, CO. 

Abraham Smith hails from Ladysmith, Wisconsin. His poetry collections—via Action Books—are ASHAGALOMANCY (2015); ONLY JESUS COULD ICEFISH IN SUMMER (2014); HANK (2010); and WHIM MAN MAMMON (2007). His reading highlights include stints at the Academy of American Poets' Rooftop Reading Series and Opium Magazine's Literary Death Match. He is the recipient of fellowships from the Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA, and the Alabama State Council on the Arts. Smith winters as Instructor of English at University of Alabama; Smith summers as farmhand (Farmall tractor rider) on Hawks' Highland Farm.