Ferro Strouse Gallery | 77 Pilling Street, #2
FERRO STROUSE GALLERY presents
an evening of poetry
with readings by
Liz Dosta and Alex Hampshire
photographs by Zachary Garlitos (http://www.zackgarlitosphoto.com/)
and paintings by Thompson Harris (http://thompsonharris.net/)
Alex Hampshire is a graduate of Eugene Lang College, the New School. His poems and collaborations have been featured in Limited Editions, CLOCK, Other Times, Life and Death of American Cities, and Release. Recently he has collaborated with Ben Tripp on Port of Entry, a collection of prose poems, as well as the journal The New Hunter's Review. He lives in Philadelphia.
Liz Dosta is currently an MFA candidate in poetry at Columbia University, where she is a teaching fellow. She is the recipient of the 2011 Linda Corrente Poetry Prize, as well as the Stanley Kunitz Fellowship. Her poem, Bald and Wild, received an honorable mention from the Academy of American Poets, as selected by poet, Meghan O'Rourke. Her work has appeared in Argos Books, 'Little Anthology,' H.O.W. a journal of Art and Literature, La Fovea, Other Rooms Press, and Thought Catalogue online.