2/13 Spring’s Breaking @ Biddle’s Escape

THIS THURSDAY:

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Join us on the mischief night of Valentine’s Day for a poetry reading that will propel us into the spring!

Nikki Allen tends to wear her heart like a ghost sheet. She loves coffee, couscous, clothes pins and many other things that do not begin with the letter C (like the smell of fresh-cut lumber and paper still warm from the printer).

Jason Baldinger has spent a life in odd jobs, if only poetry was the strangest of them he’d have far less to talk about. Somewhere in time he travelled the country, and wrote a few books, the latest of which are “The Lower 48” on Six Gallery Press and “The Studs Terkel Blues” on Night Ballet Press, both of which will be available in the spring. A short litany of publishing credits include The New Yinzer, Shatter Wig Press, Blast Furnace and you can also hear audio of some poems at http://jasonbaldinger.bandcamp.com/.

Stephanie Brea leads a dual life. Some of the time she is a kick-ass administrative director for a museum exhibit fabrication company that specializes in dinosaurs—meaning she can spell archaeopteryx without the need for spell check. The rest of her time is spent facilitating creative writing workshops at local schools. Her work has been published in Pear Noir!, The Legendary, Nerve Cowboy and the Pittsburgh City Paper.

Carrie Greenlaw is a hilltop poet hailing from the North Side of Pittsburgh. In her spare time she enjoys riding city buses, people watching and practicing daily mindfulness.You can read her writing at mousesized.com.

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