To roll out our 27th issue and celebrate Salt Hill with our New York City contributors and fans, we're hosting a Brooklyn reading!
Stop by for drinks and spectacular poetry and fiction by:
Ari Banias (SH 25) Ari Banias grew up in Los Angeles, El Paso, and the suburbs of Chicago, and now lives in Brooklyn, where he works with used books and curates queer readings. His poems have appeared inDrunken Boat, Aufgabe,The Cincinnati Review, FIELD, MiPOesias, Arts & Letters, and elsewhere. He is the recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, has been awarded residencies by Headlands Center for the Arts and Caldera, and is a 2011-2012 Writing Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown.
Lily Ladewig (SH 27) Lily Ladewig’s poems have been published or are forthcoming in Absent, Conduit, Denver Quarterly, H_NGM_N, No Tell Motel, and Supermachine. With Anne Cecelia Holmes, she is the co-author of the e-chapbook I Am A Natural Wonder (Blue Hour Press, 2011). She lives in Brooklyn, New York
Robert Lopez (SH 24 & 23) Robert Lopez is the author of two novels, Part of the World and Kamby Bolongo Mean River, and a collection of stories, Asunder. Helen Phillips (SH 23)
Helen Phillips is the recipient of a Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer’s Award, the Italo Calvino Prize in Fabulist Fiction, The Iowa Review Nonfiction Award, the DIAGRAM Innovative Fiction Award, the Meridian Editors’ Prize, and a Ucross Foundation residency. Her work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and appeared in the Mississippi Review, PEN America, Sonora Review, and Salt Hill, among others, and in the anthologies American Fiction: The Best Unpublished Short Stories by Emerging Writers and The Hotel St. George Infinitely Expanding Library of New Fabulist Fiction(forthcoming). A graduate of Yale and the Brooklyn College MFA program, she teaches creative writing at Brooklyn College. Originally from Colorado, Helen lives in Brooklyn with her husband, artist Adam Thompson. And Yet They Were Happy is her first book.
Christopher Salerno (SH 27) Christopher Salerno’s books of poems include Minimum Heroic, winner of the Mississippi Review Poetry Series Award (2010), and Whirligig (Spuyten Duyvil, 2006). His chapbook, ATM, is now out from Horse Less Press. His recent poems can be found in journals such as Denver Quarterly, Boston Review, American Letters and Commentary, Black Warrior Review, Tusculum Review, and elsewhere. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor of English at William Paterson University of New Jersey.
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