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From the event page on Facebook:
Just in time to cure you from your SXSW hangover. Just in time to get you pumped for AWP. We bring you another blossoming EIB. We've got four amazing performers--Katelin Kelly! Ben Seanor! Paz Pardo! Cyrus Cassells. Come spend a good Thursday night with the EIB crew.
Cheer Up Charlie's
Thursday, March 24th
Doors at 7 pm / Show at 7:30 pm SHARP
Bring cash for books and donation please!
Ben Seanor’s poetry has been published in decomP, the Electronic Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature, A Bad Penny Review, and elsewhere. He is an associate fiction editor at Arcadia Journal and the former interview editor of Front Porch. A graduate of the Texas State University MFA program, he lives in San Marcos, TX.
Katelin Kelly is a poet and educator pursuing her MFA in The New Writers Project at The University of Texas at Austin. She is also a proud Kentucky native, graduate of Davidson College, and founding member of the FreeWord Spoken Word Collective. Recently, she has taught creative writing at the University of Texas and The Austin Public Library Friends Foundation. She is the current Marketing Director for Bat City Review. More at katelinkelly.com.
Paz Pardo is a writer, actor, and director whose works include Duct Tape Girl and Fetish Chick Conquer the World, Chewed Bread (with Nisa Ari) and the one-woman show Movimiento Perpetuo/Perpetual Motion. A former Fulbright scholar, she is currently an MFA candidate in playwriting at the Michener Center for Writers.
Poet and translator Cyrus Cassells is the author of a number of collections of poetry, including the National Poetry Series winning The Mud Actor (1982), Soul Make a Path through Shouting (1994), which won the William Carlos Williams Prize and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, Beautiful Signor (1997), which won a Lambda Literary Award, More Than Peace and Cypresses (2004), and The Crossed-Out Swastika (2012). Cassells has received a Lannan Literary Award, two NEA grants, and a Pushcart Prize. He is professor of English at Texas State University-San Marcos and has served on the faculty of Cave Canem.