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Talking Comics with Creator Ben Dewey

Join us for an evening of learning, food and drinks! Comic Creator Benjamin Dewey (Beasts of Burden, I Was the Cat, Autimlands:Tooth and Claw) will be teaching us some of the fundamentals of breaking into the comic book industry, humor in comics, the importance of social media and so on. See Ben’s work here: https://benjamindewey.tumblr.com/

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Space Cocaine Reading

Four authors. One anthology. One space. Join Jessie Kwak, Grá Linnaea, Andrew McCollough, and Mark Teppo as they read from SPACE COCAINE, a new anthology of totally unrelated stories that are wrapped in a cover that has a wizard and a dragon on it. It’ll be an evening of interstitial slipstreaming across the liminal fringes. You won’t want to miss it because we’re producing an edition of SPACE COCAINE that will only be available this evening.

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An AWP Off-Site Poetry Tribute to Marthe Reed

(em)bodied bliss: A Poetry Tribute to Marthe Reed Join us for an evening of poetry to honor and celebrate Marthe Reed. We’ll read poems by her and for her, and we’ll enjoy each other’s company. If you would like to be one of the readers for this event, please add your name to the reader thread below. We hope to have Marthe’s posthumous collection Ark Hive available for sale from The Operating System, as well as a table from Black Radish Books.

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Tupelo Press Native Voices: Reading and Launch Party

Please join us as we celebrate the launch of Native Voices: Indigenous American Poetry, Craft, and Conversations, edited by CMarie Fuhrman and Dean Rader. This reading and party will feature presentations of original poetry by anthology contributors. Light refreshments will be served. We look forward to seeing you there! Contact: Kristina Marie Darling

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Tender Table: Marlow Jay, Mia Reiko Braverman, Sahar Yarjani

Tender Table seeks out stories from women, trans men, and nonbinary folks who are black, indigenous, or people of color about traditions around food, the restaurant industry, food’s impact on the body and body image, and everything in between our sweet, savory, sour, bitter relationships to food. Please join us for stories and food by: -Marlow Jay -Mia Reiko Braverman -Sahar Yarjani Muranovic A $10-15 donation is suggested, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds. If you can’t make it but want to donate, we accept donations via Venmo (@tendertablepdx). Nelson Cash [suite #100] has graciously agreed to host us; the space is located right next to Never Coffee on Belmont street.

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