Our next reading, featuring Anthony Carelli and Matthea Harvey, takes place at the Red Horse Café at 6:30 on Tuesday, May 10th, followed by drinks at Buttermilk (577 5th Ave, Park Slope).
Anthony Carelli was raised in Poynette, Wisconsin, and studied at the University of Wisconsin–Madison before completing an MFA in poetry at New York University. His poems have appeared in various magazines, including AGNI, Columbia, and the New Yorker. His first book of poems, Carnations, was published in spring of 2011 as part of the Princeton University Press series of contemporary poets. He is currently living in Brooklyn where he works at a savory pie shop.
Matthea Harvey is the author of four books of poetry—Of Lamb (an illustrated erasure with Amy Jean Porter), Modern Life, Sad Little Breathing Machine and Pity the Bathtub Its Forced Embrace of the Human Form as well as a fable for children and adults, The Little General and the Giant Snowflake, illustrated by Elizabeth Zechel.