Vol. 2, Issue 14
Alex Nichols (MFAW '11) has a new poetics video, ER-AM-ARE, featured at the SOEX film screening December 6, check below for more info.
Ishmael Reed (MFAW visiting faculty)'s poem, "When I Die I Will Go To Jazz" was installed last month at the north gate of Raise Up Off Me Alley at the SF JAZZ Center.
Latasha N. Nevada Diggs (MFAW '08) has a new blog post, "Shake Your Money Maker" on The Poetry Foundation's blog, Harriet.
Ishmael Reed (MFAW visiting faculty) has a new blog post, "Do Book Awards Matter?" on The Wall Street Journal's Speakeasy.
Janey Smith (MFAW) has a new piece, "Three Reports on Loneliness in High-Rise Apartments" featured in Vinyl Poetry, and a blog post, "No Thanks: A Simple Wish for the Ends of Alt Lit" on HTMLGIANT.
Max A. Cherney (MFAW '11) has a new post, "Young Farmers Planting Futures in San Mateo County" on the SF Examiner.
KQED Pop blogger David Aloi (MFAW '09) on making best of the year lists.
Anne Lesley Selcer (MFAW '13) interviews Joshua Clover on SF MOMA's blog, Open Space.
Aimee Le Duc (MFAW '04/MA '03) is interviewed by Claire Fitzsimmons on CCA's news page.
WED 4: Forum: VCS Forum presents Julian Carter (CCA faculty), 10am-12pm in the Boardroom (SF)
CANCELLATION: THU 5: Lecture: CCA Graduate Studies Lecture Series presents Amy Seimetz and Miriam Bale, 7pm in Timken (SF)
CANCELLATION: FRI 6: Release Party: Samizdat Journal, 8pm in the Writers Studio.
TUE 10: Open Mic: CCA Grad Open Mic Night, 7:30pm in Hooper 3, Trapezoid (SF)
WED 11: Release Party: Humble Pie Vol. 9 release party, 7:30pm at Nahl Hall (OAK)
WED 4: Reading: Moe's Books presents Trinh T. Minh-ha discussing her new book,
D-Passage: The Digital Way, 7:30pm at Moe's Bookstore (2476 Telegraph Ave, Berkeley)
THU 5: Release Party: Zabrisky's Debut Novel Book Release: WE, MONSTERS, Zarina Zabrisky's (Eleven Eleven #13 contributor) debut novel, 7:30pm at Pegasus Books Downtown (2349 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley)
FRI 6: Screening: Southern Exposure presents: "This Will Never Work," an evening of video and film work, featuring work by Alex Nichols (MFAW '11), Calen Barca-Hall, Janice Ahn, Bae Hyun Ji, Zack Eastburg, Yoon Sun Lee, Tommy Becker, Bryan Boyce, Ivan Cash, Joseph Dwyer, Gözde Efe, Omer Gal, Heejin Jang, Justin Kohlberg, Sheila Lam, Meredith Leich, Erica Molesworth, Takeshi Moro, Lizzy Myers, Sahar Bennatan and Edward Setina, 7-9pm at Southern Exposure (3030 20th St, SF)
SAT 7: Release Party: Zabrisky's Debut Novel Book Release: WE, MONSTERS, Zarina Zabrisky's (Eleven Eleven #13 contributor) debut novel, 7pm at Viracocha (998 Valencia St, SF)
SAT 7: Reading: Bernal Yoga Literary Series featuring Anhvu Buchanan, Heather June Gibbons, Scott Hutchins, Jesse Loesberg, Nina Schuyler, Moazzam Sheikh, Susanna Solomon and Monica Wesolowska, 8pm at Bernal Yoga (908 Cortland Ave, SF)
SAT 7: Reading: 851 Exile featuring Matt Hart, Roger Reeves, Tanya Olson and Phillip B. Williams, 7:30pm at VACATION (651 Larkin St, SF)
SAT 7: Reading: Babylon Salon presents Steve Almond and Tom Barbash (MFAW faculty), 7pm at Cantina SF (580 Sutter St, SF)
THU 12: Reading: Writing Without Walls: SPIRITS, readers TBA, 7pm at Cafe du Soleil (200 Fillmore St, SF)
12/13: Last day of the Fall 2013 semester
12/15: Reading: Small Press Traffic featuring Amanda Davidson and Jaime Cortez, 5:30pm at ATA (992 Valencia St, SF) ($6-$10 for non-members)
12/19: Reading: MFA Mixer featuring Karen Biscopink, Berenice Feedome (MFAW '15), Bryn Garrehy, Rey-Philip Genaldo, Dan Hossain Lau, Stephen Leeper (MFAW), Sean Patrick Negus, Kristen Scheel, Marcelino Urioste, and Rich Wright, 7pm at The Cat Club (1190 Folsom St, SF)
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
MONDAY NIGHT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS (deadline, Dec. 15)
Editors: Jessica Wickens (MFAW '07) and Nana Twumasi (MFAW '07)
we are currently accepting new work
reading period: september 1 - december 15, 2013
Monday Night, a literary journal established in 2001, publishes quality literature of new and emerging writers from around the world. Monday Night is distributed at independent bookstores and sold on our website, and all work accepted for print is simultaneously published online.
Writers are invited to submit previously unpublished work during our open reading periods from September 1-December 15. any submissions received outside of this timeframe will NOT be read. Please follow our guidelines carefully. To determine if your work might be a good fit for us, take a look at our most recent edition. If you have questions, feel free to contact the editors: editors AT mondaynightlit.com.