with special guests...
The Infinity’s Kitchen Late Show is a quarterly literary reading featuring the work of new and interesting writers from Baltimore and beyond. Each show includes discussions of the performers and their work, in a format that resembles a late night talk show. There may even be some fun gags thrown in, for good measure. This is not an open-mic event but submissions are open.
Friday, November 18, 2016
Theresa Columbus is a performance artist, playwright, and filmmaker. She is funny on purpose and sometimes funny by accident. She loves making short poetic musicals with exciting people in them, including herself, but other things are good too.
Rupert Wondolowski is the editor of Shattered Wig Review, started in 1988, and publisher of Shattered Wig Press which has published more poetry chapbooks than you’ve had hot meals. Wondolowski is co-owner of Normal’s Books & Records in Baltimore. He has played in many bands over the years.
Wednesday, August 10, 2016 at 8pm
Slangston Hughes is a nationally known poet based out of Baltimore, Maryland. He’s a decorated performer winning many competitions and awards across the country. Hughes also gives back to the community as the Director of Youth Poetry at Dew More Baltimore.
Tim Paggi is the author of Work Ethic, a chapbook out from InkPress Productions. He lives, works and performs in Baltimore, MD.
Amanda McCormick is a the founding curator of Ink Press Productions in Baltimore where she likes to roam earth / field questions. Her book, “Amanda” is newly published.
Friday, May 06, 2016 at 8pm
BARRETT WARNER’s poems and stories have appeared in paper, newsprint, and online since 1982. He covered stock car racing and fast horses as a freelance journalist.
ALEXANDER JARMAN is an artist, educator, and curator living in Baltimore, MD. He is currently the Manager of Adult and Community Programs at the Walters Art Museum and previously held a similar position at the San Diego Museum of Art for seven years. His current work focuses on the relationship between art and music, primarily through the format of the 12 inch vinyl record.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016 at 8pm
Curt Seiss is a musician, sound designer, and photographer based in Takoma Park, Maryland. He has been involved in a number of projects over the last decade, most notably as a founding member of both Paradigm9 and Second Land and as a multi-instrumentalist in LIGO. He currently records under the name Accordion.
Dylan Kinnett is the founding editor of Infinity’s Kitchen and the host of the reading series. He’ll make a rare appearance as one of the performers, to kick off a new year of readings at a new venue.
More to be announced. Interested in performing? Submissions are open.
Michael Collins teaches creative and expository writing at New York University. His poetry explores connections between consciousness, esoteric spirituality, social justice and human relationships through a plurality of tones, perspectives, and experimental forms.
Michelle Dwyer is the author of Junk Drunk, a collection of humorous essays chronicling the life of a thrift shop owner on the outskirts of Baltimore.
Michael B. Tager is primarily a fiction writer, but loves writing in all forms. He writes poetry, essays, pop culture reviews and anything else at all. He is from Baltimore.
Billy Cancel is a poet/performer who works primarily in the form of micro-climates, improvised seed text fields some of which are subsequently performed. Additionally he works in the fields of music & video poetry with poetry remaining the core discipline.
Dina Varsalone lives in Baltimore, MD where she runs writing workshops at the Mill Centre in Hampden. She’s currently at work on a book of poems and a humor book based on her blog, How to Waste Your Youth (for fun and profit!).
Thursday, February 5, 2015
Andrew Sargus Klein is a poet and improvisational artist based in Baltimore. He loves lapel flowers and ducks. His first chapbook, “Bluemore”, was recently published by Furniture Press Books.
Amanda McCormick is an outdoorswoman, print / book maker, and cook. She is the founding curator of Ink Press Productions in Baltimore where she likes to roam earth / field questions. Her first epic poem, “& the green”, will be released this summer.
Heather Rounds‘ debut novel “There” won the 2011 Emergency Press International Book Award and was published by the Press in 2013. She’s a co-founder of the roaming curatorial collective The Rotating History Project and currently lives in Baltimore.