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Book Release Party: Drew Pisarra's "Infinity Standing Up"

  • Bowery Poetry Club 308 Bowery New York, NY 10012 USA (map)

Capturing Fire Press releases "Infinity Standing Up," a new collection of sonnets by Drew Pisarra. featuring a reading by the author himself as well as poet-scholar Mare Davis.

"'Infinity Standing Up' tells the messy, rowdy, off-again/on-again story of a passionate love affair in the form of 40 sonnets."

from the Foreword, "Infinity Standing Up"

- Mare Davis, Ph. D.

"A stunning collection of unique and eclectic observations of modern love which I’m sure Shakespeare himself would be pleased to see is ‘holding a mirror up to life.’ If Wes Anderson and Miranda July had a Queer love-child, they’d write like this."

- Anna Girvan,

Creative Fellow with the Royal Shakespeare Company

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Admission: $10 online and at the door (which includes a complimentary copy of book while supplies last!)

About The Author

Aside from his work as a poet (which includes the chapbooks "Untitled & Other Poems" and "Religion, Anatomy, Catastrophe," Drew Pisarra once toured his monologues "Queer Notions", "Fickle", and "The Gospel According to Saint Genet" around the country and even had a ventriloquist act, "Singularly Grotesque," commissioned by the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, but has since retired from the world of dummies. His short story collection "Publick Spanking" was published by Future Tense. More recently, as part of the installation art duo, Saint Flashlight (with Molly Gross), he’s been finding inventive ways to get poetry into public spaces.

About the Press

Capturing Fire Press is an independent publishing house founded by Nuyorican Poet Cafe Grand Slam Champion, Regie Cabico that seeks to promote politically charged performance & experimental poetry of the highest quality by diverse queer poets from around the globe.

For information, email capfirepress@gmail.com.

www.capfirepress.org

Earlier Event: February 17
Boog City 12.5 Arts Festival
Later Event: February 17
PoetNY Open Mic ft Roya Marsh