Poetry Reading: Deaval and Marshall
Date: October 13, 2008 PDT Location: Manor House Armstrong Lounge
Manor House Armstrong Lounge
J.W. Marshall and Christine Deaval, co-owners of Seattle’s Open Books, one of only two all-poetry bookstores in the nation, will read from their original works on Monday, October 13, at 7:00 p.m. in the Manor House, Armstrong Lounge.
Marshall is the author of “Meaning A Cloud,” published by Oberlin College Press in 2008, the result of his winning the 2007 Field Poetry Prize. His poetry has appeared in Alaska Quarterly, Cranky, Field, Golden Handcuffs Review, LitRag, Poetry, and other magazines.
Deavel is the author of “Box of Little Spruce,” a chapbook published in 2005 by LitRag Press. Her work has appeared in Fence, Golden Handcuffs Review, The Iowa Review, Volt, and other magazines. In 2009, her piece “Of the Bird’s Wing There Are Tracts of Feathers” will be included in an anthology of artists and writers, to be published by the University of Washington Press.