The Song Cave & Ugly Duckling Presse present Elizabeth Zuba, Rangi McNeil, Leslie Allison & Jennifer Nelson

Jennifer Nelson's first book of poems, AIM AT THE CENTAUR STEALING YOUR WIFE, is out from Ugly Duckling Presse. She is a postdoctoral fellow at the Michigan Society of Fellows and teaches art history at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She received her MFA at NYU and is grateful to the many supporters she found in New York City.

Elizabeth Zuba is the editor of Not Nothing: Selected Writings by Ray Johnson 1954-1994 (Siglio Press, 2014); co-editor and translator of Marcel Broodthaers: My Ogre Book, Shadow Theater, Midnight (Siglio Press, 2015); and author of the chapbook May Double As A Whistle (Song Cave, 2015). Her forthcoming publications include her translations of Marcel Broodthaers’s Pense-Bete (Granary Books, 2016) and 10,000 Francs Reward (Printed Matter, 2016).

Rangi McNeil was born in a small town in North Carolina & educated at Rice University & Columbia University School of the Arts. The Sheep Meadow Press published his first poetry collection, The Missing, in 2003; and The Song Cave has recently published his chapbook entitled Occasional Poems. He is a recipient of fellowships from The Poetry Project & The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. He lives in Brooklyn with his boyfriend.

Leslie Allison is a composer, writer, and witch living in Brooklyn. She is the author of the chapbook of poems Martha (Ugly Duckling Presse 2015), and plays in the band Secret Dance. If you are interested in joining her choir, please find her and tell her so.