Dodie Bellamy, Kevin Killian, Calum Gardner, SWG3 Poetry Club
Dodie Bellamy writes genre-bending works that focus on sexuality, politics, and narrative experimentation, challenging the distinctions between fiction, essay, and poetry. Her most recent collection is When the Sick Rule the World, from Semiotext(e). Her chapbook, The Beating of Our Hearts, was published in conjunction with the 2014 Whitney Biennial. With Kevin Killian she edited for Nightboat Books Writers Who Love Too Much: New Narrative 1977-1997 (2017).
Kevin Killian is a San Francisco-based writer and artist. His books include Impossible Princess, Action Kylie, Spreadeagle,three volumes of Selected Amazon Reviews, and Tony Greene Era. Recent projects include an edition of Jack Spicer’s letters,and Tagged, nude portraits of poets, artists, writers, musicians, etc. In 2017 Nightboat Books published Writers Who Love Too Much: New Narrative 1977-1997, an anthology Killian edited with Dodie Bellamy.
Calum Gardner is a poet, critic, itinerant poetry teacher, and editor of Zarf poetry magazine. Poems can be found in publications such as 3AM, Adjacent Pineapple, amberflora, etc. and in their pamphlet the bodies trilogy from Vesselwork Distro.
SWG3 Poetry Club, 100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow G3 8QG
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