Writer Erika L. Sánchez
Music The Millers
ANGELA NARCISO TORRES’s first book of poetry, Blood Orange, won the Willow Books Literature Award for Poetry and was published by Willow Books/Aquarius Press in September 2013. Recent work appears in Cimarron Review, Colorado Review, and Cream City Review. A graduate of Warren Wilson MFA Program for Writers and the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Angela has received fellowships from the Illinois Arts Council, Ragdale Foundation, and Midwest Writing Center. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Manila, she currently resides in Chicago, where she teaches poetry workshops and serves as a senior poetry editor for RHINO.
ERIKA L. SANCHEZ is a Fulbright Scholar, CantoMundo Fellow, and winner of the “Discovery”/Boston Review Prize. Her poetry has appeared in Pleiades, Witness, Anti-, Hunger Mountain, Crab Orchard Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Copper Nickel, Boston Review, Latino USA on NPR, and is forthcoming in diode and Please Excuse This Poem: 100 New Poems for the Next Generation (Penguin 2015). Her nonfiction has been published in The Guardian, Al Jazeera, Rolling Stone, Salon, NBC News, Cosmopolitan, and many others. You can find her at erikalsanchez.com.
Jeremy David Miller has been writing his own style of folk for some 15 years. Along with help from partner and wife Bekah Miller the two deliver everything from charming love songs to wandering lyrical quests of death with ease and entertainment. From Chicago, IL THE MILLERS have built a musical repertoire that keeps fans ever interested and never disappointed. Like them on an evil social-network here.
MY WICKED WAY
516 COLLEGE AVE
6PM (doors open 5:00!)
6PM (doors open 5:00!)
Unfortunately, last week yet another loved BONK! family member passed away. The Racine legend many knew as the guy on the bike with the beard–Moses–passed away of a heart attack on April 23rd. He will be very missed by the BONK! family and by the Racine community at large. Please join us to celebrate his life at the memorial service to be held at St Luke’s Church next week (details here).
We love you, Moses. You’ll be missed!
And don’t forget the special Poet Laureate event at Carthage College tomorrow, featuring Nick Ramsey (Racine Laureate), Jean Preston (Kenosha Laureate) and Max Garland (Wisconsin State Laureate). See here for details.