Monday, June 17 at 8 p.m.
We Three Productions Reading Series Presents:
Patricia Carragon, Boni Joi, and Lisa Faith Phillips
41 1st Ave.
East Village, NYC-10003
Take the F Train to Second Ave. B, D, 6 Train to Bway/Lafayette
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LISA FAITH PHILLIPS
Lisa Faith Phillips is a playwright and a comedian and has been participating artist at theatres in New York, London, Barcelona and Findlay, Ohio. Lisa's musical-comedy self-help lecture Savvy Secrets of Successful Mistresses will open the East to Edinburg Festival at 59E59 Theatres here in NYC July 9-11. Then she will take her one-woman show All-Nude College-Girl Revue or how I made it through the LSE to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival August 19-24. 2013. Find out more at Savvy Secrets.com.
Lisa is Director of Digital Strategy and Development at Hachette Book Group.
Boni Joi has an MFA from Columbia University. Her poems have appeared in Arabella, Long Shot, Boog City Reader, Drivers Side Air Bag, Big Hammer, Mind Gorilla, Lungfull and the Brooklyn Rail. She is also a rotating member of the show mortified and featured on NPR.
Her first book of poetry, "Before, During and After was published in 2012. Boni lives with her husband, musical chef, Tobi Joi in Brooklyn.
Patricia Carragon is a New York City writer and poet. Her publications include Avocet, Best Poem, BigCityLit, CLWN WR, Chantarelle’s Notebook, Clockwise Cat, Danse Macabre, Ditch Poetry, First Literary Review-East, Inertia, Lips, MÖBIUS, The Poetry Magazine, Marymark Press, Maintenant, Mad Hatters’ Review, The Mom Egg, New Verse News, The Long Island Quarterly, The Toronto Quarterly, Word Salad, and more. She is the author of Journey to the Center of My Mind (Rogue Scholars Press). She is a member of Brevitas, a group dedicated to short poems. She hosts and curates the Brooklyn-based Brownstone Poets and is the editor-in-chief of the annual anthology. Her latest book is Urban Haiku and More (Fierce Grace Press, 2010). For more information, please check out her Web sites at http://brownstonepoets.