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Ed Carvalho and Ibbetson Street Press Poet Lo Galluccio to read at the Out
Tuesday, July 31, 2007  6:29:00 AM

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Ed Carvalho and Ibbetson Street Press Poet Lo Galluccio to read at the Out of the Blue Gallery Aug 18  8PM  106 Prospect St Cambridge, Mass.

 

 

 

 

Edward Carvalho is a twice-nominated Pushcart Prize poet (2004-2005) and author of solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short (2007) from Fine Tooth Press. His poems––once described as "original, innovative, imaginative and brutal"––have appeared along with his essays, reviews, and critical papers in numerous journals throughout the country.He holds an M.F.A. in creative writing from Goddard College (2006) and is currently researching the poetry of Walt Whitman while enrolled as a doctoral student in the Literature and Criticism program at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Additionally, he is also the recent recipient of that university’s Twentieth and Twenty-First Annual IUP Doctoral Fellowships and employed there as editorial assistant for the Works and Days journal. A native of Connecticut, he now shares dual residence in Indiana, Pennsylvania and Boston, Massachusetts

 

 

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“If Henry Miller, Walt Whitman, and Edgar Allan Poe had an intellectual love child, this book [solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short] may well have been  result."
––Jen Woolston

“Carvalho’s words come screaming off the pages. Intense, Angry, Awesome.”
––Brian J. Kenney

“Carvalho comments upon (among other things) the frustrations presented by wireless communication, traditional creation stories, animal rights, prostitution, serial killings, and political happenings, all within the pages of solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short. Carvalho also presents countless clever references to canonical authors such as Shakespeare and Beckett, proving that this doctoral student has read all of the pre-requisite masters, and is well on his way to becoming a master himself. If Henry Miller, Walt Whitman, and Edgar Allan Poe had an intellectual love child, this book may well have been the result. You don’t need to 'get' every single allusion this author makes; but you do need to wrap your hands around a copy of this book. [. . .] His work challenges you to think about man’s struggle within a plethora of haunting, daunting, and complex social conditions." —Jen Woolston 


 


 

 Lo Galluccio is a writer and vocal artist with published poetry and prose in Lungfull magazine, Night magazine, Out of  the Blue Writer’s Unite, Heat City Literary Review II, Ibbetson St. Press, the Bagel Bards Anthology, I am from Lower East Side, Abramelin, www.strangeroad.com, and more.  She is also the poetry editor of the Cambridge Alewife newspaper with a column called, “Words and Music.”  Among other venues. she’s performed at St. Mark’s church (Marathon Day reading) in NYC,  Borders downtown Boston, Mad Poet’s Café in Warwick, R.I. and Toast in Somerville, MA.  As a vocal artist she’s produced two CDs, Being Visited, Knitting Factory Works (1997) and Spell on You (self-release) in Boston 2003.  Lo is a Harvard College graduate and attended Berklee College of music for two semesters. She’s been nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize. Her chapbook “Hot Rain” was released on Singing Bone Press in 2004,  She will be reading at the Somerville Writer’s Festival in memorial for the late poet Sarah Hannah on Novmeber 11th at Jimmy Tingle’s Theatre.  “Sarasota VII” a memoir written while a chorus girl in Florida, will be published by Cervena Barva Press in spring of 2008.


 

Lo Galluccio is an original and striking voice, based both on the quality of her work and her lyrically pleasing performance style. Her work is an interesting amalgam of the psychological, mythical and musical. Its content is entertaining and challenging at the same time, weaving in toughness and surrealism.”

                                                Carolyn Gregory, poet

 

“You think by 2004 that everything that’s do-able on the page has been done and then comes Lo Galluccio and creates a whole new word-game…a totally original voice filled with psycho-social realities of contemporary America.  It’s act, react, get into the psych-underground and let it flow…”

 

Hugh Fox, poet, critic, writer and founding member of COSMEP

 

 

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OUT OF THE BLUE GALLERY IS LOCATED AT 106 PROSPECT STREET

ACROSS FROM WHOLE FOODS IN CAMBRIDGE, MA., CENTRAL SQUARE.




 
 
 
 
 
 

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