Andrea Kirsh, a contributor to Philadelphia’s Artblog, visited the Poem Posters exhibition and reception last week and she wrote a nice review/description, which can be found here. During that reception, I was stationed next to Megan O’Connell of Dead Skin Press in Portland, ME. She had some really nice work, and was really nice too, which is the fun of these things. (She gave me a copy of her manifesto, which is sitting on the desk next to me, waiting. The world needs more printer/press manifestos.)

The exhibition itself looked great, spread throughout the rooms of the Kelly Writers House (a historic building where they can’t pierce or adhere anything to the walls, but they’ve come up with a good system) but still easy to see and appreciate. My favorite piece was a Charles Bernstein broadside by Jeremy James Thompson of Auto Types Press. Hot.

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