Upstairs at Duroc invites you to a Poetry Reading.

When: February 12, 20147pm

Where: Berkeley Books of Paris

Readers will be: Jonathan Regier, Jane Cope and Carole Birkan.

Jonathan REGIER’s first book of poetry, Three Years from Upstate, was published by Six Gallery Press (Brooklyn) in 2008. He is also the author of a chapbook, Rotation, from Color Treasury (Austin). His poetry has appeared recently in journals such as The Volta, Diagram andelimae, and his essays/reviews in Jacket2, Drunken Boat, and the Huffington Post Science Blog. He is a PhD candidate in the history and philosophy of science at Université Paris 7. His thesis is eating up the greatest fraction of words he types.

Jane COPE is a queer poet and diarist, originally from Michigan but now based in Paris. Her work has been published in Red Lightbulbs, Upstairs at Duroc, Everyday Genius and Radioactive Moat. She recently released the first issue of her zine Whatever Happened to Crazy Jane.
Carole BIRKAN was born in London in 1974 and now lives and works in Paris where she researches poetry and translation. In the early 2000’s, her poems appeared in Mima’amakim (NYC), to which she also contributed as an editor. She has recent poems forthcoming inTears in the Fence.