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Local Knowledge Reading Series

Local Knowledge Reading Series

November 14 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

With Ron Kolm and Annabel Lee

Howl! Happening is pleased to announce a monthly Local Knowledge reading series—live and In person at Howl. Each monthly event features the work of poets, prose writers (fiction and non-fiction) and visual artists. The series is curated by Local Knowledge Magazine, a literary and art journal published by Sanjay Agnihotri and will be hosted by Agnihotri and Jeff Wright, publisher of LiveMag! This week features writer, editor, and artist Ron Kolm and publisher, editor, writer, educator, and musician Annabel Lee.

Ron Kolm is a contributing editor of Sensitive Skin magazine. Ron is the author of Divine Comedy, Duke & Jill, Suburban Ambush, Night Shift, A Change in the Weather, Welcome to the Barbecue and Swimming in the Shallow End. He’s had work in Abwarts, And Then, Feuerstuhl, Great Weather for Media, the Resist Much / Obey Little: Inaugural Poems to the Resistance anthology, Maintenant, Live Mag!, Local Knowledge,  NYSAI, The Opiate, the Poets of Queens anthology, the Riverside Poets Anthology, Stadtgelichter, Var Ucca Muhely #63, the Brownstone Poets anthologies and The Red Wheelbarrow.

Annabel Lee is the author of Basket, At the Heart of the World (translations of Blaise Cendrars, portions of which have been set to music by composer Garrett List) and Continental 34s. Her poetry, prose and essays have appeared in Dodgems, Saturday Morning, Little Caesar, Exquisite Corpse, DianeRavitch.net and in other journals and anthologies, including Corona Transmissions: Alternatives for Engaging with COVID-19—from the Physical to the Metaphysical edited by Sherri Mitchell, Richard Grossinger and Kathy Glass (2020).


About Ron Kolm

About Annabel Lee

About Jeffrey Cyphers Wright

About Local Knowledge


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