Join LIT, The New School’s journal of creative writing, to celebrate the release of issue #25. Seattle-based collective “Office Nomads” kindly invited LIT to share their space. The night will feature readings by LIT contributors, as well as guest appearances by Nomads themselves. An evening of bi-coastal collaboration awaits.

Where: Office Nomads 1617 Boylston Avenue
When: Thursday, February 17th 6:30pm



LIT 24 Launch!

Friday, October 18, 2013 at 6:30 pm

Wollman Hall (B500), Eugene Lang College
65 West 11th Street, New York, NY

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Readings and performances from contributors to LIT issue #24, the journal of the School of Writing’s Graduate Program:

Aaron Apps is a first year PhD student in English Literature at Brown University. He also holds an MFA in poetry from the University of Minnesota. His first book of poetry Compos(t) Mentis came out from Blazevox [Books] in 2012, and his second book of hybrid-genre prose, Intersex, is forthcoming from Tarpaulin Sky Press in 2013. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in LIT, Verse, Denver Quarterly, Los Angeles Review, Pleiades, Caliban, PANK, Caketrain, Sleepingfish, and elsewhere. He is also currently co-editing An Anthology of Posthuman Poetry with Feng Sun Chen.

Ted Dodson is the author of the chapbook “Pop! in Spring” (Diez, 2013). He is the editor of The Poetry Project Newsletter, the co-founder and editor of the filmed journal On the Escape, a former curator for Triptych, and an editor and the program director for Futurepoem. Select publication can be found in The Brooklyn RailThe Death and Life of American Cities, la fovea and SET.

j/j hastain is a queer, mystic, seer, singer, photographer, lover, priest/ess and writer. As artist and activist of the audible, j/j is the author of several cross-genre books and enjoys ceremonial performances in an ongoing project regarding gender, shamanism, eros and embodiments.

S.M. Stone’s poetry, translations, and criticism have appeared or are forthcoming in Ephemeroptera, Horse Less Review, Jacket2, Mandorla, The Modern Review and Sentence. She lives in Boston.