Elizabeth Wylder's poetry, fiction, and audio have appeared in several literary journals. In the past, she has been a paralegal, delivered hot dogs, and painted children to look like dalmatians at Walt Disney World. She is currently a co-editor of Lark magazine and an instructor at Triton and Daley Colleges. When she grows up, she wants to play in the NBA.
Marisa Plumb is a writer who went to art school. There, she learned to create writings that look like performances, videos, and computer programs. She shares them at a handful of Chicago venues – most recently at the Red Rover Reading Series, and at the Beverly Arts Center. She runs a fake company from a cubicle in downtown Chicago.
Tuesday, November 11
The Innertown Pub
1935 W Thomas
Saturday, November 8, 2008
Uh, uh, uh, huh yo, yo, QUICKIES! Drop your glasses, shake your asses, Face screwed up like you having hot flashes