McKee and Lee in Fox Chase November 27th

November 27th – 2pm  The Fox Chase Reading Series presents poets Louis McKee and Jeffrey Ethan Lee at 3 Sisters Corner Café, 7950 Oxford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 19111. Come and join us for a wonderful afternoon of featured poetry followed by an open mic.

Louis McKee of Holmesburg had poems recently published in  APR, 5 A.M., Chiron Review, Pearl, and Rattle among others. RIVER ARCHITECTURE, a selected poems, was published in 1999, and a collection of his newer work, NEAR OCCASIONS OF SIN, appeared in 2006. Adastra Press has published MARGINALIA, a volume of his translations from Old Irish of monastic poems. STILL LIFE, a chapbook ofpoems, is just been issued from Foothills, and JAMMING from Mad Poets Books, is a TLOLP prize winner. You can read the poetry of Louis McKee in The Fox Chase Review at these links: 2008 WS; 2008 AW; 2009 AW

Jeffrey Ethan Lee’s poetry book, identity papers (Ghost Road Press) was a Colorado Book Award finalist. His first poetry book, invisible sister (Many Mountains Moving Press) was praised in American Book Review, North American Review, etc. Lee won the 2002 Sow’s Ear Poetry Chapbook prize for The Sylf (2003), created identity papers, a Grammy nominee, published Strangers in a Homeland (chapbook with Ashland Poetry Press), and he won the first Tupelo Press award for literary fiction in 2001 for a novel, The Autobiography of Somebody Else. He has a Ph.D. in British Romanticism and an MFA from NYU, and he is the senior poetry editor of Many Mountains Moving: a literary journal of diverse contemporary voices.
    You can read the poetry of Jeffrey Ethan Lee in The Fox Chase Review at this link: 2009 AW

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