© 2018 Sunday Reading Series 

Created by Simone Muench with Wix.com

Hungry Brain
Bar Manager: Jessie Ambriz

2319 W. Belmont Ave
Chicago, IL 60618​

About

Main Info

Sunday Reading Series: Poetry, Prose, & Cocktails is a monthly, free reading series, hosted by Simone Muench and Kenyatta Rogers. It occurs on the 3rd Sunday of each month (with occasional substitutions) from 6:30PM-8:30PM at Hungry Brain located at 2319 W. Belmont Ave in Chicago, IL. 

 

Doors at 6:30 | Event at 7:00 |  Free | 21+

"Gris" by Kim Ambriz

Founder and Organizer:
Simone Muench

Simone Muench is the author of several books including Wolf Centos (Sarabande, 2014). Her most recent, Suture, is a book of sonnets written with Dean Rader (Black Lawrence, 2017). She and Dean are editors of They Said: A Multi-Genre Anthology of Contemporary Collaborative Writing (BLP, 2018). She is the recipient of an NEA Fellowship and the Meier Foundation for the Arts Achievement Award and is professor of English at Lewis University where she teaches creative writing and film studies. She serves as faculty advisor for Jet Fuel Review and as a poetry editor for Tupelo Quarterly. You can read more on her website.

 

Organizer:
Kenyatta Rogers

Kenyatta Rogers is a Cave Canem Fellow and has been awarded multiple scholarships from the Breadloaf Writers' Conference. He has also been nominated twice for both Pushcart and Best of the Net prizes, his work has been previously published in or is forthcoming from Jubilat, Vinyl, Bat City Review, The Volta, PANK, MAKE Magazine among others. He is an associate editor of RHINO Poetry and currently serves on the creative writing faculty at the Chicago High School for the Arts

 

Previous Organizer:
Beth McDermott

Beth McDermott is the author of a chapbook titled How to Leave a Farmhouse (Porkbelly Press, 2015). Her poetry, reviews and criticism appear or are forthcoming in DIAGRAM, Southern Humanities Review, AmericaBook Review, Kenyon Review Online, Tupelo Quarterly, and The Trumpeter. A graduate of the Program for Writers at UIC, she is currently an Assistant Professor of English at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, IL.