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Sunday, November 5: A Reading With Chelsea Magazine Poets

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The monthly Speakeasy Poetry Series continues with Farrah Field, Gail Segal, Yvette Siegert, and Annabelle Yeeseul Yoo:

Sunday, November 5 @ 5:00 PM
The Bitter End, 147 Bleecker Street (btw. Thompson and LaGuardia)
Directions and more: www.speakeasynyc.com
Free to the public

About Chelsea: Since 1958, Chelsea has been a leading international literary magazine emphasizing translations and the work of emerging writers. Among those who found a place at Chelsea before they were established authors are W. S. Merwin, Sylvia Plath, A. R. Ammons, and Paul Auster.

FARRAH FIELD’s work has appeared in The Massachusetts Review, Harpur Palate, and Pool, among others, and is forthcoming in Margie. She teaches high school English in Manhattan.

GAIL SEGAL’s first manuscript of poems, In Gravity’s Pull, was published in 2002. Her poems have appeared in The Virginia Quarterly Review, The Marlboro Review, and Gulf Coast, among others. Her most recent essay, “A Praise of Doubt,” is collected in a book of essays, Artistic Citizenship: A Public Voice for the Arts.

ANNABELLE YEESEUL YOO is a poet and classically trained pianist.

To submit work or check out Speakeasy’s online offerings, visit www.speakeasynyc.com.


this to micheal essine ok
u are doing well at chelsea ok pls i need chelsea magazine and my address is 104 kasoa ghana

micheal bonsuDecember 20, 2006

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