Epiphany fundraiser

Epiphany, a Literary Journal is pleased to announce our yearly fundraiser reading and Spring/Summer 2012 issue release party at Poets House at 10 River Terrace in TriBeCa. The reading celebrates Epiphany’s ten years of service to the literary community, and all are invited to attend.


The evening will include readings by Ish Klein (Moving Day, Union!), Oonagh C. Doherty, and Bianca Stone (I Want To Open The Mouth God Gave You Beautiful Mutant, I Saw The Devil With His Needlework, Someone Else’s Wedding Vows). Susannah Mintz will also read from her memoir “Paris To-To List” published in Epiphany.






Epiphany Spring/Summer 2012 Issue Release & 10 Year Anniversary Fundraiser Reading





June 14th, 7:00 PM





Poets House, 10 River Terrace, New York, NY





Literary raffle, refreshments, and limited edition letterpress broadsides and chapbooks for sale printed by Epiphany Editions.






$15 suggested donation for students and artists
$35 suggested donation for patrons

All who donate will be given a copy of the current issue. Patrons will also recieve a one-year subscription.




Moving DayIsh Klein is a poet and filmmaker. She is an alumna of Columbia University and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop for Poetry. Her poems have appeared in numerous magazines and her films have played at festivals around the world. Canarium Books published her first book, Union!, in 2009 and her second book, Moving Day, in 2011. She lives in Amherst, Massachusetts.



Oonagh Doherty was born in Scotland, and grew up in both the United Kingdom and the United States. Last year, she had a short story in 34th Parallel, and has another in the upcoming issue of Connecticut Review. Her poetry has been published in several literary magazines, including Measure: A Review of Formal Poetry, Crannog, Margie, William and Mary Review, and Existere. Although she has earned money as a florist, a secretary, a short order cook, a dishwasher and a cashier, she currently works as a legal services attorney in Holyoke, MA.




Bianca Stone is the author of several chapbooks, most recently Someone Else’s Wedding Vows (Argos Books), and the poetry-comic I Want To Open The Mouth God Gave You Beautiful Mutant (Factory Hollow Press). Her poems have appeared in and are forthcoming in such magazines as Best American Poetry 2011, Conduit, and Tin House. Bianca Stone is also a visual artist and her collaboration with Anne Carson, Antigonick, a new kind of comic book and translation, will be published in spring of 2012 by New Directions. She lives in Brooklyn with the poet, Ben Pease.



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Susannah B. Mintz is the author of two critical books, Threshold Poetics: Milton and Intersubjectivity and Unruly Bodies: Life Writing by Women with Disabilities, and co-editor with Lisa Johnson of On the Literary Nonfiction of Nancy Mairs. Her creative work has appeared in Ninth Letter, Michigan Quarterly Review, Life Writing, Puerto del Sol, Sycamore Review, the anthology Illness in the Academy, and elsewhere. She was a finalist for the 2010 William Allen nonfiction prize, and was named in the Notable Essays list of The Best American Essays of 2010. She is currently associate professor of English at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY.


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