The Wars We Buried with Amanda Oaks, Donna-Marie Riley & Caitlyn Siehl

The Wars We Buried

Come join us? We’d love to meet you, hear your poems at the open mic, sign books & have drinks!

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Mellow Pages is an independently-run library & reading room located in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY focused on providing limited-print fiction, poetry, philosophy and graphic novels to the local community. With a collection of over 4,000 titles, Mellow Pages is the best source for small and independently-pressed books, including zines and chapbooks, on the East coast. Though the reading room and space are free and open to the public 7 days a week, membership is required to check out books. For more info & to connect with them visit their Website, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram &/or Twitter.

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Mellow Pages Library
56 Bogart St. 1S
Brooklyn, New York 11206

Amanda Oaks is the founding editor of Words Dance Publishing. Her works have appeared in numerous online & print publications, including Stirring, Dressing Room Poetry Journal, Glamour, Elle, Parenting & Artful Blogging. Her chapbook, Hurricane Mouth, is forthcoming from NightBallet Press early 2014.

Donna-Marie Riley is, first and foremost, a poet, albeit one with a shaking voice. At seven years old her second grade teacher personally bought her a journal and instructed her to “write everything.” So she did. Her first collection, Love and Other Small Wars, is available from Words Dance Publishing.

Caitlyn Siehl is a 20 year old writer from New Jersey who thinks poetry tastes good. She started writing about two years ago and never really stopped. Her first book of poems, entitled “What We Buried” will be available for purchase soon from Words Dance Publishing.

We hope to see you there!