Zine and Book Release Party w/ Alexis Wolf, Joshua James Amberson, and Casey Fuller
The release of the twelfth issue of the long-running Ilse Content zine and the essay collection Everyday Mythologies.
NW-native and London-based writer Alexis Wolf has been writing Ilse Content since 2004. The first ten issues were collected into book form by Mend My Dress Press in 2011 and published as An Ilse Content Anthology. Issue #12 is themed around Vienna.
Portland-based writer Joshua James Amberson is the author of the long-running Basic Paper Airplane zine, as well The Prince Zine. He’s currently working on a young adult book called The Importance of Forgetting.
Portland-based poet Casey Fuller has had work appear in Crab Creek Review, Switched-On Gutenberg, A River and Sound Review, Palabra, among other publications. He’s the winner of the 2009 Here Today art grant and the 2010 Jeanne Lohmann Poetry Prize. His book, A Fort Made of Doors, was the winner of the 2011 Floating Bridge Press Chapbook Contest.
All writers have work in Everyday Mythologies.
This event is free and open to the public.