MEET OUR MICRO-RESIDENTS AT THE CITY RELIQUARY THIS MONTH!
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11TH
Anna Winham is an editor at Milk Press, a Journey(hu)man at The Operating System, and performs with The Poetry Brothel. She also organizes art fairs through DHP and teaches teenagers physics. She writes at the crossroads of science and the sublime, cyborgs and the surreal. As curious about computer code as your existential dread, she is moving into the space between digital and performance art.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12TH
Emily Chauvin attends Western Connecticut State University for Creative Writing and Aesthetics; Theory & Practice, which oddly enough adds up to a life as a punk star, sculptor, and poet-clown. She and her twin sister are the FutureNow, a performative venture not limited to absurd film, funkadelic costuming, and immersive set design. With The Poetry Society of New York’s Poetry Brothel, The City Reliquary, several music festivals and art galleries, and a whole circus of ragtag companions, they just can’t stop moving to the groove of one billion beautiful people.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13TH
Chelsea Fonden is a surrealist poet and flash fiction writer who enjoys plants, feelings, and Arctic dogs. She co-founded and runs the Eclipsed Reading Series, a quarterly reading series in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn that highlights the work of local writers.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14
Cristina P. Díaz is a PhD student in Classics at Columbia University. One of her poems was included in Queen Mob's Tea House "Queer Translations 2." She was an artist resident at The Mall of Found (New Lebanon, NY) in June 2018. She is currently working on a book-length poem.