Come celebrate the launch of Cam Scott‘s Romans/Snowmare—a daybook of anti-capitalist ideation, a homoerotic reinvention of the prairie long poem, a ludic experiment with language and duration.
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CAM SCOTT is a poet, critic, and non-musician from Winnipeg, Canada, Treaty 1 territory. He is the author of WRESTLERS, a visual suite published by Greying Ghost in 2017, and ROMANS/SNOWMARE, published by ARP Books in 2019. In addition to his own writing and musical practice, he is artistic director of send + receive, a festival of sound art and experimental music based out of Winnipeg.
MIA KANG writes poems and other perversions. She is the author of City Poems (2020), a poetry pamphlet from ignitionpress. Mia was named the 2017 winner of Boston Review’s Annual Poetry Contest by Mónica de la Torre, and her writing has appeared in journals including POETRY, Washington Square Review, Narrative Magazine, and PEN America. She is a Brooklyn Poets Fellow, runner-up for the 2019 and 2017 Discovery Poetry Contests, and finalist for the 2019 Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowship. She has received awards from the Academy of American Poets, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, and the Millay Colony for the Arts. Mia is a PhD student in the history of art at Yale University, where she studies the contested rise of U.S. multiculturalism and its failures. www.miaadrikang.com
IAN DREIBLATT is a writer and translator interested in paganism, the ends of worlds, writing, and socialist mass culture. Recentish chapbooks include barishonah (DoubleCross Press) and how to hide by showing in the age of being alone with the universe (above/ground press); recentish translations include the prison letters of Pussy Riot’s Nadezhda Tolokonnikova (Comradely Greetings, Verso Books) and the poems of Pavel Arseniev (Reported Speech, Cicada Press). Forthcoming books include a translation of Dmitrii Furman’s Spiral (Verso Books) and a full-length poetry collection (forget thee, Ugly Duckling Presse). He is TV Commercials Correspondent at the Believer and edits Counter. If you but express mild interest, he will surely cook you soup.