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A reading featuring past and upcoming contributors, alongside editors, celebrating the release of the latest issue of Annulet and its first two years of publication. Participants from across the journal's five issues will read from their own work, each of which inquires into the porous infrastructures of rural life and experience, from the peripheral to the speculative, in poems that think with hobo markers, transit and poverty, hopping trains, desertifications, austerity's dilapidations, hidden extraction economies, water scarcities, and absurd transpositions of such structures into space. Readers and editors will also discuss, inviting audience contribution, Annulet's future as ongoing intervention and bright light in critical and rigorous inquiries, rooted into leftist and ecopoetic orientations, into poetics both of prose and poetry, literary criticism, and essay forms that are scholarly at heart and approachable in practice.

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Art Gallery