BAD MOUTH Words | Music | Feelings
Saturday | January 11 2020| 7pm
q-Staff Theater | 400 Broadway S.E.
$5-10 donations help sustain the series
BRYCE EMLEY is the author of the prose chapbooks A Brief Family History of Drowning (winner of the2018 Sonder Press Chapbook Prize) and Smoke and Glass (Folded Word, 2018). He works in marketing at the University of New Mexico Press and is Co-Editor of Raleigh Review. Read more at bryceemley.com.
TIFFANY MIDGE is a citizen of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and raised in the Pacific Northwest. A former humor columnist for Indian Country Today, she taught writing and composition for Northwest Indian College, and served as poet laureate for the small college town where she resides. Midge is the author of the memoir Bury My Heart at Chuck E. Cheese’s (University of Nebraska Press) and poetry collections The Woman Who Married a Bear (University of New Mexico Press) and Horns (Scablands Books), forthcoming. She is the recipient of a 2019 Pushcart Prize, the Kenyon Review Earthworks Indigenous Poetry Prize, and a Western Heritage Award. She was awarded a 2019-20 Simons Public Humanities fellowship for University of Kansas Hall Center for the Humanities. She aspires to be the Distinguished Writer in Residence for Seattle’s Space Needle and considers her contribution to humanity to be a sparkly personality. Visit her website: https://tiffanymidge.wixsite.com/website.
MICHAEL FARRELL SMITH, a.k.a. Mike Smith, a.k.a. Mike Smith of Albuquerque, is the author of many published essays, all of which are chapters from his in-progress two-volume experimental memoir Shadows of Clouds on the Mountains. His essays have appeared in Tin House, Booth, New Delta Review, and elsewhere. He is a co-host of City on the Edge, a now-five-year-old podcast of Albuquerque history; a longtime history columnist for East Mountain Living; a driver/reader for the New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired; a father of four; and the husband of legendary Albuquerque musician Mauro Woody, a.k.a. Lady Uranium.
MAURO WOODY is a native of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Inspired by the flora and fauna of the High desert, she expresses this by creating experimental sonic landscapes. Mauro performs in the musical projects Chicharra (bass heavy desert experimental glam), Milch de la Maquina (experimental performance art troupe), LADY/XY and Lady Uranium (experimental desert New Wave) and Merma &Roberta (Sassy Garage Rock’n’Roll) to name a few. She is currently finishing her Bachelor’s degree with a BLA in Creative Practices in the Community and finishing her debut double-album, Dustland I and II. Check out Chicharra’s first two albums, Chicharra and Let’s Paint This Town in Craters and Lady Uranium’s EP, Vulpes Vulpes on Bandcamp. She released her second EP for Lady Uranium, Vulpes Macrotis, on Matron Records Halloween 2019. She lives and creates with writer, Michael Farrell Smith, three cats, lots of Toby plants, and four wickedly wonderful step-children.
BAD MOUTH is a series dedicated to bringing really great literary art and music to Burque. Created by poets Erin Adair-Hodges and Rebecca Aronson and curated now by Rebecca Aronson, BAD MOUTH seeks to foster a space for exciting and inventive fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and music to come together.
With many thanks to our volunteers who have helped us out in so many ways! Most especially this time to Tim Ackerman, Brad Joseph, and Bryce Thompson Emley. To join the Bad Mouth fam, contact Rebecca at: email@example.com
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