August, 2011

Front: Claire Donato, Ching-In Chen, Cristian Flores Garcia, Back: Fiona Templeton, Diane Moser, Carl Fererro

Ching-In Chen

San Francisco, CA –  Ching-In is the author of The Heart\’s Traffic (Arktoi Books/Red Hen Press, 2009). The daughter of Chinese immigrants, she is a Kundiman and Lambda Fellow and a member of the Macondo and Voices of Our Nations Arts Foundation writing communities. She has been published in journals including Quarterly West, Water~Stone Review, Diagram, Rio Grande Review, BorderSenses, and Chroma. She is a co-editor of Here is a Pen: an anthology of West Coast Kundiman Poets (Achiote Press, 2009). She has been awarded residencies at Soul Mountain Retreat, Vermont Studio Center and Paden Institute, and scholarships from the… more »

View artist's page >

Claire Donato

Brooklyn, NY –  Claire is the author of Someone Else’s Body (Cannibal Books). Her poetry and prose has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Boston Review, Denver Quarterly, Columbia Poetry Review, Octopus, and Action Yes. She holds an MFA from Brown University, where she received the John Hawkes Prize in Fiction. She was also recently named a finalist for several prizes, including the &Now/Lake Forest College Madeleine P. Plonsker Emerging Writer\’s Residency, Switchback Books\’ Gatewood Prize, the Bordighera Bilingual Book Prize, and the Cleveland State University Poetry Center\’s First Book Competition. Claire is a member of the Electronic Literature Organization… more »

View artist's page >

Carl Ferrero

Brooklyn, NY – “Since completing my MFA at Brooklyn College in 2006, I have participated in numerous exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Italy and Berlin. I was selected to participate in the 2010 Artist in the Marketplace program at the Bronx Museum, and my work will be exhibited in the first Bronx Biennial. I have had solo exhibitions at Envoy Enterprises, Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts and at Spike Gallery. My work has been included in “Lost Horizon,” at Exile, Berlin; “Alternative Histories” at Exit Art; “The Mind/Body Problem,” at Artists Space; “Aporia” at the Elizabeth Foundation Gallery and at… more »

View artist's page >

Cristian Flores Garcia

Hemet, CA – “I grew up in a working family where education was important but never a priority, being the first one to attend college and graduate in a family of many generations of hard working native Indians from Mexico.  I attended college because I wanted to escape the confinements of home, not really knowing what I wanted to make of myself.  It wasn’t until my last year in university that I discovered creative writing.  I dropped all classes I was taking and switched and enrolled into every class I could in the creative writing department.  I chose to become… more »

View artist's page >

Diane Moser

Upper Montclair, NJ  – Diane has been a featured performer and composer throughout the US with jazz ensembles, big bands, orchestra, chamber music ensembles, dance companies, and theater companies since 1975 including Frank Bennett, Jane Ira Bloom, Kenny Berger, Jackie Cain, Richie Cole, Mark Dresser, Joe Daly,Marty Ehrlich, Akua Dixon, Ken Filiano, Satoko Fujii, Mark Helias, Gerry Hemingway, Calvin Hill, Mike Holober, Tim Horner, Howard Johnson, Sy Johnson, Oliver Lake, Adam Lane, Mike Lee, Tina Marsh, Andy McKee, Bill Mobley ,Pete McGuiness, Charles McPherson, Chico Mendoza, Kevin Norton, Frank Perowsky, Prasana, Bernard Purdy, Rufus Reid, J.C. Sanford, Joey Sellers, Lisa… more »

View artist's page >

Fiona Templeton

New York, NY – “ I have been working in theatre and poetry for over 30 years, and am director of the New York based performance group The Relationship. Like my own work, the company specializes in performance that is site-specific, that explores the relationship with the audience, and that takes on innovative approaches to language. Productions recently include: sections from my performance epic The Medead on Governor’s Island, New York Harbor and at Glasgow Tramway; L’Ile, a staging of the dreams of the people of Lille, France, in the places dreamed of; GOING (with Coming), a recreated 1970s piece… more »

View artist's page >

We would like to collect information during your site visit to help us better understand site use. This data is anonymized, and will not be used for marketing purposes. Read More on our Privacy Policy page. You can withdraw permission at any time or update your privacy settings here. Please choose below to continue.