Nov. 21: Host Jonathan Montgomery and featuring The Front Range Community College English Faculty!

All shows begin at 7:30 at The Mercury Cafe, 2199 California Street, Denver.

jonnyHost Jonathan Montgomery! Jonathan Montgomery was born in 1980 in Akron, Ohio.  He’s a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and Naropa University and the author of four books of poetry/stories including Taxis & Shit (’09) and Pizzas and Mermaid (’14).  He lives in Boulder, Colorado and teaches English at Front Range Community College.  This is his third time hosting the FBomb reading.

 

front rangeFeaturing The Front Range Community College English Faculty! The Front Range Community College English Facultyare the superior community college English faculty in the region. They have been blessed by The Gods of Higher Education to be smarter, stronger, and more creative than other English faculties and thus more effective at teaching their students to become experts at composition and literature. The FRCC English Faculty are also more beautiful, funnier, more courageous, and of course better creative writers. Their work has appeared in more publications, has received more awards, has sold more copies, has pleased more critics, and has generally moved the progress of humanity further forward. It is not certain yet which FRCC English Faculty will be featuring at this event, but it is clear even if they choose their most inferior members they will still be better than the best of any other local community college English faculty. If you don’t agree with this bio then come to the FBomb and prove it… chumps. FRONT RANGE ENGLISH RULEZ!

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