Dot Devota & Anne Tardos

Dot Devota

The Division of Labor (Rescue Press), And The Girls Worried Terribly (Noemi Press), The Eternal Wall (Bookthug), MW: A Midwest Field Guide (Editions19\). The poet Dot Devota was born in St. Louis and travels full time with her partner Brandon Shimoda. Her latest work is a dated book about a woman trapped in a woman’s body who finds the love of her life and watches a lot of news about war.

Anne Tardos

Anne Tardos is the author of nine books of poetry and several multimedia performance works. Among her books are The Dik-dik’s Solitude (Granary, 2003), I Am You, (Salt, 2008), Both Poems (Roof, 2011), and NINE (BlazeVOX, 2015). She is the editor of Jackson Mac Low’s Thing of Beauty (California, 2008), 154 Forties (Counterpath, 2012), and The Complete Light Poems [co-edited with Michael O’Driscoll] (Chax, 2015). She was recently commissioned to write the poem “GEGO” for the exhibition catalog Autobiography of a Line, by the Dominique Lévy Gallery, New York. Other commissions include the text for the hour-long song cycle, The Celebration, set to music by Michael Byron. A Fellow in Poetry from the New York Foundation for the Arts, Tardos lives in New York.

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