Sonam Patel will be reading for Portable Press @Yo-Yo Labs, Eleanor Lerman will be reading for Mayapple Press, Ada Smailbegovic will read for Double Cross Press, and Judy Kerman will be reading for Earth's Daughter.
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Melissa Febos will be reading for VIDA (the Organization for Women in Literary Arts), Martha Cooley will read for A Public Space and Gwen North Reiss will read for Pen and Brush's own literary imprint.
Anna Marschalk-Burns will be reading for Slice, Jenny Johnson will be reading for Sarabande Books and there will be a reader from The Atlas Review TBD.
Crystal Curry-Vassilakis will be reading to represent Coldfront, Elaine Equi will be reading to represent the Best American Poetry blog, and The Inquisitive Eater will be represented by Jen Huh!
Christine Malvasi will be reading on behalf of 7x7, Melinda Wilson will read on behalf of Dancing Girl Press, and Wendy Xu will be reading on behalf of Fence.
Cynthia Manick will be representing Black Lawrence Press, t'ai freedom ford will be reading on behalf of Torch Literary Arts, and Sally Wen Mao will be reading for Alice James Books.
Featuring Caits Meissner representing the operating system, Chialun Chang representing No Dear literary journal and Small Anchors Press, and Katy Bohinc representing Tender Buttons Press.
Featuring Lynn Melnick representing Yes Yes Books, Simone White representing Future poem editor Carly Dashiell, CJ Hauser representing Tin House editor Emma Komlos-Hrobsky, and Stacy Szymaszek representing The Poetry Project.
—Carey McHugh representing Augury Books
—Laura Sims representing Ugly Duckling Presse
—Jennifer L. Knox representing Bloof Books
—Jennifer Levitt representing Four Way Books
—Anne-E. Wood representing No Tokens
—Elizabeth Bradfield representing Persea Books
—Ali Power representing Argos Books
—Tonya Foster representing Belladonna*
—Sarah Gambito representing Alice James Books
—Shelly Oria representing Farrar, Straus and Giroux (editor Emily Bell)
—Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie representing African Voices
—Deborah Landau representing Academy of American Poets