Jacks Of All Trades

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Swapping roles for the night, multi-talented musician Adam Boehmer shares his poetry, poet Gary Lilley sings the blues, and prose writer Graham Isaac performs with rock band Freeway Park. Chelsea Werner-Jatzke hosts.

For the complete Lit Crawl Seattle line-up, please go here: http://litcrawl.org/seattle/2015-schedule

About the Writers
Adam Boehmer’s poems have appeared in The Los Angeles Review, Spork, Gertrude, The Monarch Review, City Arts, and the anthology The Full Spectrum, from Knopf Books. He has worked as a contributing writer for online entities such as Ironing Board Collective and Vignettes Collection. His chapbook White Wood was a finalist for the Eli Coppola Prize in 2011. A collaborative book, Sweaters & GLASS, was produced through Vignettes in 2013 with Los Angeles-based artist Maggie Carson Romano, integrating poetry, photography, and objects. He is currently preparing his first full-length manuscript of poetry.

Graham Isaac is a writer and performer from Seattle. He is author of Filthy Jerry’s Guide To Parking Lots on Babel/Salvage press and the forthcoming The Third Best of All Possible Outcomes from Shotgun Wedding. He is co-curator of The Medicine Ball, a poetry/playwriting showcase for new works. His work has appeared.

Gary Copeland Lilley is a North Carolina poet currently living on the northwest peninsula. He earned his MFA from Warren Wilson College, and he is a Cave Canem fellow. His publications include three full-length collections and three chapbooks.

The group Norf Cackalack: Ryan Wensil, Gary Lilley, and Chris Wensil, came together in Winston-Salem, North Carolina around their shared love of blues, folk, poetry, and the old-time gospel music played in the rural communities in which they were raised. They perform at street festivals, cafes, and coffeehouses honoring those tobacco road cultural traditions in a manner that seems old and new at the same time.
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