An Evening with Art Farm Nebraska

February 14, 2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Art Farm,, is an artist/writer residency program in rural central Nebraska, beginning its twenty-third year of operation in 2016 with a mission supporting artistic vision, which may be impractical, obscure, and independent of commercial recognition—where failing is no less welcomed than succeeding: offering studios, time, and resources for pursuing their range of expression, for experimenting, for developing projects, but most of all, for distilling the promise and potential of their creative enterprise, while working and living in a rural environment.
Aimee Herman is a poet with two books of poetry, Meant To Wake Up Feeling (great weather for MEDIA) and To Go Without Blinking (BlazeVOX books) & a writing teacher at Bronx Community College & currently at work on a novel. More of Aimee’s writing can be found in Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics (Nightboat Books), Cream City Review, and Adrienne Journal.

Carmella de los Angeles Guiol is a Florida-based gardener, dancer, adventurer, and writer. A Miami native and a graduate of Amherst College, she is currently pursuing a Masters in Fine Arts in Creative Writing at the University of South Florida. Her writing and photography has appeared in magazines such as The Toast, The Normal School, Tahoma Literary Review, BUST, The Fourth River, Lunch Ticket, Spry, and The Inquisitive Eater. She is currently working on a young adult novel set in Miami.

Kaylen Mallard
is originally from Tennessee, and has a MFA in creative nonfiction from the University of Montana. She’s been a resident at Art Farm, Madroño Ranch: Center for Writing, Art, and the Environment, and Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, and her work has appeared in Hippocampus and Gulf Stream among other publications. Currently, Kaylen is the Director of Development for the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Lauren Wallach’s writing has appeared in Joyland, The Collagist, Requited, Electric Literature, and others. She is a Brooklyn native and currently lives there with her cat Theodore Valentine. She was an Art Farm resident last September and is currently at work on her first book.

Raluca Albu was born in Romania and raised in the Bronx. She writes about both. She’s the daily section editor for Guernica Magazine and teaches in the Undergraduate Writing Program at Columbia University. Her writing has appeared in The Guardian, Words without Borders, and bathroom stalls (but only in erasable pencil). She spent her two favorite summers of all time frolicking through Marquette, Nebraska’s cornfields and plucking sunflowers by the Black Sea.

About the Series: KGB Bar Sunday Night Fiction

The KGB Bar Sunday Night Fiction showcases the finest in contemporary fiction from new and emerging writers.

Suzanne Dottino/fiction curator,