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The Milk and Henny Experience


a milk & henny reading 

peter bd hosts a reading featuring 6 of the most iconic creatives new york city has to offer 

Heather Johnson 
Heather Lynn Johnson is an artist and poet living in Brooklyn whose work is characterized by its lyricism and cultural critique. Heather’s formal approach to the narrative, whether visual or poetic, is distinguished by her willingness to lay bare her own existence. Centered around Black American liberation, trauma, and culture with an emphasis on objectification and lost histories, Heather uses an autobiographical framework and considers her work self-portraits, imbued by her lived experience as a butch Black lesbian. The 2019 Leslie-Lohman Museum Fellow and 2017 Literary Fellow for Queer|Art|Mentorship, Heather is the author of “The Survival Guide For Queer Black Youth” (Inpatient Press, 2017). She is a co-curator for Queer|Art|Film and her first solo show “The Essence We Leave Behind” at Nesto Gallery in Milton, Massachusetts closed to rave reviews by her family and friends last week. 

Patrick Kosiewicz
Patrick Kosiewicz is the author of The Geoglyph, a book-length poem about life on earth, and How Many Suns Burn Over Babel Where Poets Die, a novel about the War on Terror. 

Uzodinma Okehi
A shadowy flight into the incomprehensible, sub-literary world of a guy, who does not exist. Read his book, Over for Rockwell, out now from Short Flight/Long Drive: www.hobartpulp.com/books/over-for-rockwell.

Kalli Mathios
Kalliopi Mathios is a writer and technical services librarian at Teachers College, Columbia University. She is the author of Circusheart (Social Malpractice, 2018) and Horsegirl (Plain Wrap Press, 2014).

Charlie Markbreiter
Charlie Markbreiter’s writing has been published in venues such as Bookforum, Art in America, and The New Inquiry, where he serves as the Managing Editor. A PhD candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center, he is also a mod of the Death Panel Discord, a free school/health justice forum. He is not a Gossip Girl character, or that’s what you think. He lives in New York. Gossip Girl Fanfic Novella is his first book.

Eliane Yeung
Hi there! My name is Eli Yeung. I was born in the suburbs of Sao Paulo, Brazil. My parents are from Hong Kong and Guangdong. I currently live in Brooklyn. I work with short video animations, stories, performances, and illustrations. My work is influenced by my experiences navigating three different cultures and also all sorts of random stuff.

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    • $15.00 - $20.00
    • May 31, 2022
    • 5400 minutes
    • Kraine Theater
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