Poetry in the Labyrinth with Arminé Iknadossian

7:30 p.m.

We’re cutting it really close in June, by selecting The Terrible: A Storyteller’s Memoir by Yrsa Daley-Ward. A combination of verse and prose, this is Daley-Ward’s own simultaneously sprawling and intimate story- in Jamaica, small-town England, and Nigeria. We say we’re cutting it close, because this one doesn’t even come out until early June… so it should still be (literally) hot off the press!

The book comes with your ticket, so do your best to read up, and be prepared for discussion.

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Arminé Iknadossian is the author of the chapbook United States of Love & Other Poems (2016) and the full-length collection The Hallow Women forthcoming from Main Street Rag Press (Spring 2018). Armine’s poetry has most recently been published in Lullaby of Teeth: An Anthology of Southern California Poetry, Margie, Pearl, Rhino, Split This Rock, Alabama Literary Review, The Nervous Breakdown, Angels Flight Literary West and Entropy. Her music journalism appears in Modern Drummer, TOM TOM Magazine, BRMC Official and Rekwired. Armine has an MFA in Poetry from Antioch and has worked as a teacher, as assistant editor to Arianna Huffington, Robert Scheer and Molly Ivins, and most recently as bookstore manager of Beyond Baroque, a beloved, Los Angeles literary institution. From 2013-2015 Armine served as Writing Consultant for The Los Angeles Writing Project through CSULA.  In the Spring of 2017, she was chosen as a Writer in the Schools for Red Hen Press. Armine is honored to be the new associate poetry editor of Angels Flight Literary West. Find out more at armineiknadossian.com