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Introducing Drunken Boat’s four new poetry readers!

Nicholas YB Wong is the author of Cities of Sameness (Desperanto, forthcoming) and the winner of several awards, including the Sentinel Quarterly Poetry Competition, nominations for the Best of the Net and Web Anthologies in 2010. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Asia Writes, Assaracus, Cha, Lambda Literary Foundation Poet Spolight, Prime Number, San Pedro River Review, Third Wednesday, among others.

Joanna I. Kaminski earned her MFA from Washington University in St. Louis, where she received the American Academy of American Poets prize, and served as poetry co-editor for The Arch. She currently holds a Junior Writer-In-Residence fellowship, and teaches creative writing. Her most recent work can be found in Indiana Review.

Andrea Henchey holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Pacific Lutheran University; she also held a month-long residency at the Julia and David White Artist’s Colony. Her work has appeared in ABSENT and GHOTI and is forthcoming in H_NGM_N, PANK, and A RIVER & SOUND REVIEW. Though her travels have brought her to more exotic locales such as Nepal, Kenya, and Chile, she currently lives in Connecticut where she coordinates “Inescapable Rhythms,” a poetry reading series, trains for marathons with her mutt, Bodhisattva, and teaches full-time. Learn more at andreahenchey.com

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