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Riverfront Readings with Jason Baldinger, Jason Ryberg, & Jeremy Gulley
February 11 @ 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM CST
Riverfront Readings features Jason Baldinger, Jason Ryberg, and Jeremy Gulley
Friday, February 11th, 8PM Central (US and Canada)
Please join us for our February 11th Zoom reading featuring Jason Baldinger, Jason Ryberg, and Jeremy Gulley.
To attend, please register for the reading at https://squoom.com/z/rf220211, and you will be provided with the information needed to join the reading.
Jason Baldinger was recently told he looks like a cross between a lumberjack and a genie. He’s also been told he’s not from Pittsburgh, but actually is the physical manifestation of Pittsburgh. Although unsure of either, he does love wandering the country writing poems. His newest books include A Threadbare Universe (Kung Fu Treachery Press), The Afterlife is a Hangover (Stubborn Mule Press), and A History of Backroads Misplaced: Selected Poems 2010-2020 (Kung Fu Treachery). He has a forthcoming book with James Benger called This Still Life. You can hear him read his work on Bandcamp and on LPs by The Gotobeds and Theremonster.
Jeremy Gulley has been called many things: writer, sheep poacher, teacher, liar, aquanaut, and Kevin to name a few. There is some truth to all of these.
Jason Ryberg is the author of fourteen books of poetry, six screenplays, a few short stories, a box full of folders, notebooks and scraps of paper that could one day be (loosely) construed as a novel, and a couple of angry letters to various magazine and newspaper editors. He is currently an artist-in-residence at both The Prospero Institute of Disquieted P/o/e/t/i/c/s and the Osage Arts Community and is an editor and designer at Spartan Books. His latest collection of poems is Are You Sure Kerouac Done It This Way!? (co-authored with John Dorsey and Victor Clevenger, OAC Books, 2021). He lives part-time in Kansas City, MO with a rooster named Little Red and a billygoat named Giuseppe, and part-time somewhere in the Ozarks, near the Gasconade River, where there are also many strange and wonderful woodland critters.