Friday, August 21, 2009

Tuesday, August 25th 19:30: Sarah Bartlett, Mark Salame, w/art by Christopher Pearson

Surprise! INFK returns!

A poet, a prosist, a painter, seriously, come on. All local and all lovely, all the time.

When: Tuesday, August 25th at 7:30 pm

Where: 3968 SE Mall St., Upper Floors

All are welcome, donations ($, books, food, drink) welcome too.

Also, we'll have a little table set up in case you're into buying/selling poems and art and other homemade ephemera.


Sarah Bartlett lives in Portland. Her chapbook (co-written with Chris Tonelli), A Mule-Shaped Cloud, was published by horse less press in 2008. Her recent work has appeared or is forthcoming in Coconut, Sir!, Sixth Finch, Diagram, and elsewhere. Poems co-written with Emily Kendal Frey have appeared or are forthcoming in New Pony: A horse less Anthology, sub-Lit, Portland Review, Caffeine Destiny, Alice Blue, and Bat City.


Marc Saleme is from Omaha Nebraska, attended the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, but never graduated, began school at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, but quit that too. He is one of the publishers The Benefactor magazine. His work has previously been published in Berlin-based literary journal Bordercrossing-Berlin. He currently resides in Portland.


Christopher Pearson comes from the Great Plains and is a working artist in Portland. He does a lot of painting and has some school history. This show has a lot to do with process-oriented self-portraits. Layers. The new school of figurative painting and portraiture. This work was shown at the Basement Pub a little over a year ago and they were super cool about it.