Claire Grossman, Terry Taplin, Jacq Greyja

Claire Grossman, Terry Taplin, Jacq Greyja

Wednesday, Nov 07, 2018 7:00 PM

Moe's Books
2476 Telegraph Ave, Berkeley CA

Claire Grossman studies English literature at Stanford and is co-curator of Cantíl, an Oakland-based reading series.

Terry Taplin is an MFA in Creative Writing Candidate at Saint Mary’s College of California where he serves as an assistant poetry editor at MARY: A Journal for New Writing and is the inaugural Lambda Literary Fellow. He holds a Bachelor’s in Classical Languages: Greek and Latin. He is a former slam champion and is the recipient of the Ina Coolbrith Prize for Undergraduate Poetry (academic year 14-15). Terry lives in Berkeley, is an instructional assistant in the English Dept. at Berkeley City College, and is interning as a marketing assistant at Omnidawn Publishing. He is the author of fragmenta (Marigold 2016).

Jacq Greyja is a nonbinary writer from California. They are a graduate student in the Creative Writing MFA program at San Francisco State University, where they are a William Dickey Poetry Fellow. Jacq's work has appeared or is forthcoming in Hold: A Journal, BAMPFA, Bushel Collective, Bettering American Poetry Vol. II, Columbia Poetry Review, Apogee, Peach Mag, Berkeley Poetry Review, and elsewhere. Their first chapbook, GREATER GRAVE, debuted in summer 2018 from The Operating System.