Award-winning storyteller Leslie Goshko (TruTV, NPR) hosts a curated evening of original poetic works that’s sure to Kick Assonance! Join co-creators Kyle Erickson ("Enduro’s Lament") and Steven Leyva ("Low Parish") as they welcome fellow authors Ernesto Espinoza and Sam Brown for an evening of original poetry and prose that Time Out New York magazine named a “Critics’ Pick.”
Kyle Erickson was born in Grove, Oklahoma, and lives in Astoria, NY. His poems have been published in This Land Press, Poetry Crush, Promethia, and translated by Ernesto Espinoza for Cìrculo de Poesìa. Find more of his writings at www.okieinthecity.com.
Ernesto Espinoza, or ERES, is a Mexican-american poet born in New York City and raised in Mexico. He and his family have three generations of emigration history between Mexico and the U.S. His roots are in Cholula, Puebla, the oldest city in the Americas with 2,900 years of history. His work encompasses mythic time, the inner voyage, and the foreign perspective. In 2011, he published ”KAYROS: the Right Time/the Critical Moment”. He’s a candidate for the Master's in Literature and Creative Writing at Casa Lamm in Mexico City.
Sam Brown is attending Smith College as an Ada Comstock Scholar, where she is concentrating in Poetry. She was editor and contributor to LaGuardia Community College's The Fiorello and The Honors Journal, and is excited to have her poetry featured in Smith College's Emulate this coming fall.
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