Old Capitol Books: Poetry Reading by Sierra-Nicole Qualles and Franklin K.R. Cline
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Old Capitol Books is pleased to welcome Milwaukee poetry publishers Vegetarian Alcoholic and their cadre of touring poets, Sierra-Nicole Qualles and Franklin K.R. Cline, who will be giving readings of their work on Sunday, January 7 at 4pm.
Franklin K.R. Cline is a PhD Candidate in English–Creative Writing at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation, a member of Woodland Pattern Book Center’s Board of Directors, and the book reviews and interviews editor for cream city review. His book, So What, was published by Vegetarian Alcoholic in October.
Sierra-Nicole Qualles is a phantom just trying to get by in Los Angeles. She finds comfort in the dark and inspiration in the indescribable. She can be found riding trains or in museums and is addicted to mannerisms. Her work can be found in Your Impossible Voice. Her book, Loose Cannon, is forthcoming in January from Vegetarian Alcoholic.