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An Anomaly reading featuring María José Giménez, Louise Akers, k.lynn johnson, nicole v basta

Come meet some of the people that make Anomalous Press run. 

nicole v basta is the co-founder of the Brooklyn-based art community + performance night Say Yes Electric Collective. Her chapbook V was chosen by Rigoberto González as the winner of The New School's annual contest. Her work appears or is forthcoming in Painted Bride Quarterly, Bone Bouquet, Compose, Forth, Juked, among others. She's a maker of collages, a poetry reader for Anomaly, and a lover of the countryside.

k.lynn johnson is queer and black and from the bay area. their work can be found in Columbia Journal, Pidgeonholes and The Fourth River. they live and work in Brooklyn.

Louise Akers is currently a second year MFA candidate writing poetry in Brown University's Literary Arts program, where she received the Keith and Rosemary Waldrop Prize for Innovative Writing in 2017. Louise earned my Bachelors of Arts from Boston University where she studied English and Art History. She is the Books Editor at Anomaly (FKA Drunken Boat), and has two poems published in the most recent issue of Mortar Magazine, an online literary journal.

María José Giménez is a Venezuelan-Canadian poet, translator, and editor working in English, Spanish, and French. Assistant Translation Editor of Anomaly (fka Drunken Boat), María José is co-founder of Mass Collaborative (dba Easthampton Co.Lab) and serves on the board of the American Literary Translators’ Organization. Learn more