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A music and poetry show celebrating imagination and wonder in the middle of Downtown Los Angeles.
Featuring poetry by . . .
Chelsea Bayouth graduated CalArts in 2008 and now spends her days building puppets, poems, cakes, sculptures, and paper mache cats. She is working on her second poetry book and her first novel. She has been featured in this and that and had shows here and there. She currently lives in a tree stump, and her best friend is a fox. She teaches poetry to anyone who will listen.
Brendan Constantine is a poet based in Hollywood. His work has appeared in FIELD, Ploughshares, Poetry Daily, Rattle, ZYZZYVA, and other journals. His most recent books are Birthday Girl With Possum (2011 Write Bloody Publishing) and Calamity Joe (2012 Red Hen Press). He teaches poetry at the Windward School.
Daniel McGinn is a native of Southern California. His work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, zines, and anthologies. Daniel’s book of poems, 1000 Black Umbrellas, was recently released by Write Bloody. He is currently enrolled in the masters in writing program at Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Ashley Platz escaped from New Jersey as soon as she was legally able. This was pre-Jersey Shore on MTV but post-MTV on the Jersey Shore. She wanted to be a superhero but couldn’t find the right address to send her application. She ended up at Pace University in Manhattan as an acting major. Now she lives in Los Angeles, where she continues to act, write, produce, eat vegan, teach yoga, and drive a Prius.
Jeremy Radin is a poet and actor and eater of fancy cheeseburgers. You may have seen him on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, CSI, or Victorious if you’re 12. He co-hosted The Lightbulb Mouth Radio Hour with Derrick Brown and Mindy Nettifee and was a member of The Encyclopedia Show Los Angeles. His first book, Slow Dance with Sasquatch, is available from Write Bloody Publishing.
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