In case you're able to make it to the Queens Museum in Flushing this Saturday, Creature Press will be part of the ETERNiDAY event in three ways: 1) books and new broadsides for sale as part of the book fair, 2) a reading that includes Cassandra Gillig, whose work appears on the new CP broadsides, and 3) a panel discussion on "alternative forms" of publication for poets, writers, and artists.
12:00 - 6:00 pm
2)Reading: Small Press Spotlight
1:15 - 2:00 pm
Nightboat Books (John Keene, Gracie Leavitt), Creature Press (Cassandra Gillig), Futurepoem (Mina Pam Dick)
Alternative Publishing and Literary Curating
3:30 - 4:30 pm
John Harkey (Creature Press), Stephen Motika (Nightboat Books), Sol Aramendi (Project Luz), Christopher Stackhouse (This Red Door Series). This panel will explore independent publishing and literary events. Presenting a variety of perspectives, the panel hopes to inspire poets, writers and artists to search for alternative forms of distribution for their work.
For more info, exact locations, and all other details on the loaded, eclectic, dynamic line-up of people and events, jump over to the day's full schedule: http://eterniday2014.wordpress.com/2014/02/13/full-schedule/