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The Eggshell Parade brings you Connor Syrewicz reading (an edited-to-meet-FCC-regulations version of) his short story "Tomorrow 'Dun Gone", which appears in Issue 9 Spring 2012 of Superstition Review.

Farewell Adios to the Americano

The Eggshell Parade brings you a reading and interview from poet Emily Vogel.

wig confessional/ the bedroom

The Eggshell Parade brings you an interview with writer Minrose Gwin.

Meanwhile, a Sanford Wife Burns Bacon

The Eggshell Parade brings you a reading and interview from writer Catherine Lacey. Catherine reads her short fiction piece "(Grew)," which appears in issue 12.3 of DIAGRAM.

Ko’ dóó łeeschch’iih [Fire and Ashes

The Eggshell Parade brings you a The Noisy Reading Series reading and interview from poet Katharine Coles. Katharine reads her poem "Tempo for a Winged Instrument," which appears in the July/August 2012 issue of Poetry.

I pass the cemetery in Elizabeth where all the revolutionary war heroes have a mixer with the homeless. I am vast. A book is under my coat. The stars are out.

This

Tables proves a raw, every-which-way roaming collection, an enterprise in full creative recall and exposure.

Whitman has more listings than an anal retentive suburbanite.

____________________________________________ Alina Gregorian's poems have been published in Sink Review, Boston Review, GlitterPony, and other journals. She curates a video poetry reading series at the Huffington Post, co-curates Triptych Readings, and co-edits the collaboration journal Bridge. She teaches creative writing at Rutgers University, and lives in Brooklyn, NY. She is here.

Ode to the Beloved’s Hips

The Smoke that Settles