Peach Mag Presents: Season 3 Episode 1
Thursday 8th Nov, 2018

Just Buffalo Writing Center
468 Washington St, upper Buffalo, NY 14203
Time: Doors 7:00pm | Poems 7:30pm
Cost: FREE
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Peach Mag Presents: Season 3 Episode 1

featuring visiting poets Chase Berggrun, Ashley Obscura, Emily O’Neill, and Liz Bowen,

local poets J. De Nero and Trinity Ridout, and artwork by Sarah Jane Barry

Thursday, November 8 / doors 7pm, readings 7:30 / Just Buffalo Writing Center / Facebook

Buffalo-based literary magazine Peach Mag will present the first reading of its third season on Thursday, November 8, at the Just Buffalo Writing Center (468 Washington St., 2nd Floor).

The editors welcome four visiting poets making Buffalo a stop on their respective book tours: Chase Berggrun will be coming in from New York to promote R E D (Birds, LLC), a poetry collection of Dracula erasures; Ashley Obscura is traveling all the way from Montreal to read from her sophomore collection of poems, Ambient Technology, out with Metatron Press, the publishing house she founded and runs; Emily O’Neill is coming in from Cambridge to promote her second poetry collection, a falling knife has no handle (YesYes Books); and Peach Mag’s newest poetry editor Liz Bowen will be coming in from New York to read from her debut collection Sugarblood (Metatron), along with new work from chapbooks that are forthcoming next year.

Reading alongside the four visitors are local poets and previous Peach Mag contributors J. De Nero and Trinity Ridout. De Nero’s work has previously appeared in local publications Ghost City Review and My Next Heart: New Buffalo Poetry (BlazeVOX, 2017). Ridout, a student and young writer at City Honors High School, the Just Buffalo Writing Center, and the Community Music School, plans to read poems and perform original songs. The event will also feature a selection of visual work by local artist and previous Peach Mag contributor Sarah Jane Barry.

Peach Mag is a literature and arts magazine based out of Buffalo and powered by a team of volunteer editors. Its flagship publication is, where a new creative writing or visual art feature is published every Tuesday and Friday. The editors also produce in-print anthologies, present a seasonal reading series, sponsor annual awards featuring iconic guest judges, and host an annual apprenticeship program for emerging teen editors.

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