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Spare Room Reading: Lindsey Boldt, Jacob Kahn, & Turner Canty
June 30 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Spare Room presents a poetry reading by
JACOB KAHN, LINDSEY BOLDT, & TURNER CAPEHART CANTY
1801 NW Upshur Street, Suite 660, Portland, OR 97209
Covid precautions: Proof of vaccination and masks required
Doors will open at 7:30; reading will start promptly at 8:00, with no late admissions.
Lindsey Boldt is the author of Weirding (Dogpark Collective), the chapbooks Some Ennui (Portable Press @ Yoyo Labs) and <(( ))> (Couch Press), and the novella Overboard (Publication Studio). With Steve Orth, she wrote & performed plays for San Francisco Poets Theater and co-edited the chapbook series Summer BF Press. She is currently the editorial director of Nightboat Books and lives in Olympia, Washington, on Squaxin & Nisqually land.
Jacob Kahn is a poet and editor living in Oakland, CA. He is the author of Mine Eclogue (forthcoming from Roof Books in late 2022), and the chapbooks A Is For Aegis (Doublecross Press), Mine Eclogue (Dirty Swan Projects), and A Circuit of Yields (Wolfman Books). From 2016–2020, he was a managing editor, curator, and bookseller at Wolfman Books, a bookstore, small press, and community arts hub in downtown Oakland. He is an editor of Eyelet Press, which he cofounded with Sophia Dahlin in 2019, and currently works as a freelance grantwriter and copyeditor, as well as at the Berkeley Public Library.
Turner Capehart Canty is a NYC-based poet currently working on a manuscript drawn from the minutiae of memories, daydreams, and visions of the future. His most recent chapbook is I Want to Miss Them from Eyelet Press.