F135. Side-Hustle Publishing: Sustaining a Small Press in Austere Times
Friday, March 9, 2018
9:00 am to 10:15 am
Steve Halle is the director of the publications unit in the Department of English at Illinois State University. Author of Map of the Hydrogen World, The Collectors, and Cessation Covers, he directs co•im•press, edits Downstate Legacies and PRESS 254, and hosts the Re:Verse Reading Series.
Laura Cesarco Eglin, poet and translator, is author of Calling Water by Its Name, trans. Spanbauer, Sastrería, Los brazos del saguaro, Occasions to Call Miracles Appropriate, and Tailor Shop: Threads. She translates from Portuguese, Portuñol, Galician, and Spanish. She is the publisher of Veliz Books.
Adam Clay is the author of Stranger. Book review editor at Kenyon Review, he teaches at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Sarah Gzemski is the managing editor of Noemi Press and the publicity and publications coordinator at the University of Arizona Poetry Center. She participated in the artist collaboration project In Sight II, and her poetry can be found in Four Chambers and Bone Bouquet, among others.
Ellen Kombiyil is a recent transplant from Bangalore, India, where she lived for nearly eleven years. She is the author of Histories of the Future Perfect and a cofounder of The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective, a mentorship-model collective press publishing poets from India and the diaspora.