Third Man Books | Ditto Ditto Present An Evening Of Readings

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Live Readings by: Zan de Parry, Megan Stockton, Patricia No, and
Tamar Boyadjian

Third Man Records | Cass Corridor
Friday, April 22, Doors 7:30pm
Cash Bar
Admission: Free

Presented in partnership with DittoDitto Books

Zan de Parry lives in Detroit. His chapbook VIBRAPHONE came out under BREST PRESS in 2014. Current efforts include KEITH, a book of art and writing with artist and writer Matthew Hodges, and CAPE COD, a book of poetry and prose.

Megan Stockton is a poet and publisher living in Detroit, Michigan. She is a co-editor at Weekday, an annual literary journal, and is a member of Problem Press, a collaborative writing and publishing project with Patricia No. Her writing has appeared in BigBig Wednesday, Bearings: Works About Boundaries, Hypocrite Reader, and is forthcoming in Flint Magazine.

Patricia No, a writer, editor, and publisher, is originally from Rochester, NY and currently lives in Portland, Oregon. She is the co-founder of Publication Studio (est. 2009), a publishing outfit that seeks to create a public out of publication by attending to the social life of the book. She is an editor at Weekday (est. 2008), an annual literary magazine of new writing and conversation; her own work has been published in various books and journals in print and online. With fellow poet Megan Stockton she runs Problem Press, an imprint and laboratory for the writing and circulation of poetry, which will launch in 2016.

Tamar Boyadjian was born in the "View of Mountains," but her life has been that of a wandering troubadour. She teaches medieval literature as well as creative writing at Michigan State University. She is also involved with the Armenian Studies Program at the University of Michigan. Her poetic and academic work has been included in a number of literary journals and creative anthologies around the world including the United States, Turkey, Armenia, parts of Europe and the Middle East.

Her first book of poetry "it is what it is" tells the story of a troubadour grappling to find a means in language and sound to sing a canton of her childhood. Tamar's next poetry book, "the vineyard of mirrors" should be released in 2016.
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