We’re excited to announce that founding (Founding Founding) Peauxdunqian Amy Serrano‘s poetry collection, Of Fiery Places and Sacred Spaces, was officially released on April 15, and you can purchase a copy right here, on Amy’s website. While there, you can also read more about her exciting new multi-media arts initiative focused on city self-definition (beginning in Miami), This Is Who We Are. Look for Amy soon at a curated reading in Chicago. More information as the details come in.
We’re also very excited that globe-trotting Peauxdunquian Janis Turk‘s essay, “Feeling Up the Map,” won second place for travel writing from the New York Travel Festival. Also, Janis’s photography is featured in the cookbook Come In We’re Closed, which has been nominated for a James Beard Award.
We’re grateful to count both Amy and Janis among the citizens of Peauxdunque!
Don’t forget, Peauxdunquian Tad Bartlett will be among tonight’s readers at the UNO Gold Room reading.