HAILEY HIGDON lives in Philadelphia, PA, where she teaches pre-kindergarten & runs the small, small press, what to us (press). She is the author of The Palinode Project, which can be read & accessed at www.palinodeproject.blogspot.com. Her newest chapbook, How to Grow Almost Everything, was recently published. She is originally from Nashville, Tennessee.
VLADIMIR ZYKOV is a founding member of forgodot.com: research in poetry. His areas of interest include procedural & ambient listening, movement & space, dialectics, shamanism & bioenergetic analysis. His work has been exhibited at the ICA Philadelphia & the Kelly Writers House, & will appear in Against Expressionism, a forthcoming anthology of conceptual writing edited by Craig Dworkin & Kenneth Goldsmith.
SAM DURSO divides time between arts & politics, having most recently run the writing program at the University of the Arts, where he was an assistant professor of Literature, & managed a City Council campaign. He is the political director of the progressive group Philly For Change & blogs on Young Philly Politics. He has written & directed plays & may have given Tina Fey her first speaking role. He believes everyone should read A Room of One's Own in high school.
This all happens at The Walking Fish Theatre, 2509 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA. Please come!