with Jennifer K. Dick, Sabine Huynh, Chris Tysh and Lesley Wheeler

When: Monday, June 16. Please note change of weekday for this event!
Where: Carr’s Pub, 1 rue du Mont Thabor, 75016 Paris
Métros: Tuileries or Concorde
Drinks upstairs from whenever you like, poetry starts downstairs at 19:30.

Jennifer K Dick is the author of CIRCUITS (Corrupt, 2013), ENCLOSURES (BlazeVox eBook, 2007), FLUORESCENCE (University of GA Press, 2004), and 4 chapbooks. She teaches at the Université of Haute Alsace in Mulhouse, France, co-curates the Ivy Writers reading series in Paris and the Ecrire l’Art mini-residency at La Kunsthalle Mulhouse. She is a poetry editor for Versal (Amsterdam), writes book reviews for Drunken Boat and a poetics column for Tears in the Fence (UK). She also co-edited two critical books on translation with Stephanie Schwerter. For more, see her blog at:

Sabine Huynh was born in Saigon, grew up in France and has lived in England, the U.S., and Canada. She holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has taught literature and languages. Today she lives in Tel Aviv, where she writes (in French and in English) and translates (from French, English, Hebrew and Italian — into French, English and Hebrew). Her most recent publications include: a novel, a collection of stories and two poetry collections, Les colibris à reculons and Tel Aviv / ville in&#fb01;rme / corps in&#fb01;ni. Since 2000, her work in English has appeared in numerous publications. www.sabinehuynh.com

Poet and playwright, Chris Tysh is the author of several collections of poetry and drama. Her latest publications are Our Lady of the Flowers, Echoic (Les Figues, 2013); Molloy: The Flip Side (BlazeVox, 2012) and Night Scales: A Fable for Klara K (United Artists, 2010). She is on the creative writing faculty at Wayne State University. Her play, Night Scales, a Fable for Klara K was produced at the Studio Theatre in Detroit under the direction of Aku Kadogo in 2010. She holds fellowships from The National Endowment for the Arts and the Kresge Foundation.

Lesley Wheeler grew up in New York and New Jersey and now lives in Virginia, where she teaches poetry at Washington and Lee University. Her poetry collections include The Receptionist and Other Tales, a Tiptree Award Honor Book; Heterotopia, winner of the Barrow Street Press Poetry Prize; and Heathen. She also publishes criticism about place, sound, performance, and gender in English-language verse. In 2011 she held a Fulbright fellowship in New Zealand, and the following year won an Outstanding Faculty Award from the state of Virginia. She blogs about poetry at lesleywheeler.org.

Have a good summer!
Next Poets Live reading will be Tuesday, September 16, 2014.