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The Switch Presents: Hasegawa, Levin, Putnam & Sneathen
May 13, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Kreg Hasegawa is the author of the chapbook The New Crustacean (2007). His short stories have been published in Sal Mimeo and The Sienese Shredder (edited by Trevor Winkfield), among other very small magazines. He is currently a member of Interrupture, a group of poets who create and perform poetry games, and Margin Shift, a poetry collective in Seattle. A new chapbook is forthcoming in the fall. He works as a librarian.
Lauren Levin is the author of THE BRAID (Krupskaya, 2016) and the forthcoming TWO ESSAYS (Timeless, Infinite Light, 2018) as well as several chapbooks. From 2011-2014, she co–edited the Poetic Labor Project. She grew up in New Orleans and lives in Richmond, CA with her family.
Eric Sneathen splits his time between Oakland and UC Santa Cruz, where he is a PhD student in Literature. His poetry has been published by Mondo Bummer, littletell, Faggot Journal, P-Queue and The Equalizer, and his first collection, Snail Poems, is out now from Krupskaya.
C.E. Putnam maintains the Putnam Institute for Space Opera Research in Portland, OR. His six book back catalog was published on the Autumnal Equinox in 2012. The chapbook “The Bunny Manuscript: Episode 3” is from the Little Red Leaves Textile series. His Halloween themed psych-mixes can be listened to here: https://m.mixcloud.com/PISOR/