08/30/2019 RHINO Reads-Open Mic Book Release Party— Jan Bottiglieri with Tony Trigillo

Book Release Party for Jan Bottiglieri's "Everything Seems Significant: The Blade Runner Poems" & Tony Trigilio's "Ghosts of the Upper Floor"!

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Tony Trigilio’s most recent book is "Ghosts of the Upper Floor" (BlazeVOX Books, 2019), the third installment in his multivolume poem, The Complete Dark Shadows (of My Childhood). His selected poems, "Fuera del Taller del Cosmos", was published in Guatemala in 2018 by Editorial Poe (translated by Bony Hernández). Trigilio coedits the journal Court Green and is an associate editor for Tupelo Quarterly. He is a Professor of English and Creative Writing at Columbia College Chicago.

Jan Bottiglieri lives and writes in Schaumburg. She is a professional editor, as well as managing editor for the poetry annual RHINO, and holds an MFA in Poetry from Pacific University. Jan’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in a bunch of nice journals and anthologies. She is the author of two chapbooks, "A Place Beyond Luck" and "Where Gravity Pools the Sugar"; and the full-length poetry collection "Alloy" (Mayapple Press, 2015.) Her latest book is "Everything Seems Significant: The Blade Runner Poems", from BlazeVOX [books].

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