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CAB LITERARY JOURNAL GROUP READING FEATURING JENIFER BROWNE LAWRENCE, KATHRYN TRUEBLOOD, SAYANTANI DASGUPTA, JORDAN HARTT & JEREMY VOIGT

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Sat, 04/28/2012 - 4:00pm
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1200 11th St
98225-7015 Bellingham
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Cab is a new literary monthly that publishes literary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, and donates the proceeds of sales to schools and writing programs around the world. Cab is affiliated with Conversations Across Borders, which connects writers across borders of all kinds, encouraging and nurturing the creation of new work and new conversations.

Jenifer Browne Lawrence is the author of One Hundred Steps from Shore (Blue Begonia, 2006). She was awarded the 2011 James Hearst Poetry Prize and is a Washington State Artist Trust GAP grant recipient. Her work appears in Bellevue Literary Review, Crab Creek Review, Court Green, Narrative, the North American Review and elsewhere.

Kathryn Trueblood is the author of The Baby Lottery, which was a Book Sense Pick in 2007, and The Sperm Donor's Daughter. Her stories and articles have been published in Poets & Writers Magazine, Rain Taxi Review of Books, Publishers Weekly, The Seattle Weekly, Glimmer Train, and Zyzzyva, among others. An Associate Professor of English at Western Washington University, she lives in Bellingham, Washington.

Sayantani Dasgupta's hometown is the wonderfully chaotic Delhi, India. She teaches creative writing, and South Asian history and literature at the University of Idaho. Her writing has appeared in both American and Indian journals. Her essay "On Seeking Answers" received a 2010 Pushcart Prize Special Mention.

Jordan Hartt is a writer, writing teacher, and community & events organizer. He believes that reading and writing change lives and that everyone has the equal right to have their voices heard. Here's a recent piece of writing: http://twohawksquarterly.com/2011/10/20/beaver-valley-homestead-1966/.

Jeremy Voigt's work has appeared in such journals as Willow Springs, Georgetown Review, Washington Square, REED Magazine, and Talking River Review. His chapbook Neither Rising Nor Falling was published by Finishing Line Press in 2009, the title poem of which was featured on Garrison Keillor's Writer's Almanac.