Girl Friday

Witches and honeybees, please join Our Flow is HardWEIRD SISTER &{dancing girl press & studio} as we team up with honey mpls to present an AWP offsite reading featuring: 

JIA OAK BAKER is the author of a chapbook, Crash Landing in the Plaza of an Unknown City (DGP) and the recipient of a 2015 grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts. She has been awarded residencies from the Wurlitzer Foundation and Hedgebrook. 

ASHLEY BARR is a student in the MFA program at Boise State University. She lives, teaches, and obsesses over her two cats in Boise, Idaho.

JESSICA RAE BERGAMINO lives in Seattle, where she is an MFA candidate at the University of Washington. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Calyx, Fourteen Hills, Adrienne, and The Berkeley Poetry Review, among others.

EMILY BRANDT is a Brooklyn-based poet, and author of the chapbooks ManWorld (dancing girl press) and Behind Teeth (Full Court Books).


BETTINA JUDD is a writer, artist and scholar who teaches Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies at the College of William and Mary.

JULIANA DELGADO LOPERA is an award-winning Colombian writer/educator/oral-historian based in San Francisco. 


MORGAN PARKER is the author of Other People’s Comfort Keeps Me Up At Night (available now from Switchback Books) and There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé (out next year with Coconut Books).

CAITLIN SCARANO is a poet in the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee PhD creative writing program. Her recent work can be found in Crazyhorse, Colorado Review, and Chattahoochee Review, and her first chapbooks are forthcoming from dancing girl press and Zoo Cake Press in Spring 2015.

KIMBERLY ANN SOUTHWICK is the founder and editor in chief of the biannual print literary arts journal Gigantic Sequins. Her second poetry chapbook efs & vees comes out summer 2015 from Hyacinth Girl Press. Visit her online at, and follow her on twitter, too: @kimannjosouth.

ZAYNE TURNER is the author of the chapbook Memory of My Mouth, available from dancing girl press, and several chapbooks & broadsides published in her name and collaboratively as T.H. Peros by Edison St. Press. She is currently Tech Manager for The Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis. 

Honey has a full bar and food menu! 
Drink specials: $4 Lagunitas, $5 Jameson & Ginger 

Come for the poetry, stay for the 10pm dance party, TURNT UP! 

Please note that while the reading is all ages, you must be 21+ to stay for the dance party. 

PUBLIC TRANSIT: Consider taking MetroTransit to Honey, as (cheap) parking is limited. Look up your route via Google Transit or fare is $2.25 during rush hour (3-7pm) and $1.75 outside of those hours.

PARKING: Street parking is available in the neighborhood. It is $5 to park in the Kramarczuk’s parking lot. There is also a parking garage nearby.