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Cristin’s SPINDLE Interview is Published

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Cristin’s interview with sly, too-clever-for-his-own-good SPINDLE editor Guy LeCharles Gonzalez is published in the online version of this magazine. Come for the interview, but stay for the smart, vital works being published throughout this emerging and amazing new literary journal. To read the interview, click here.

Cristin is Interviewed on “The Eclectic Word”

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Cristin joins (eventual latecomer) Derrick Brown on Victor Infante’s Internet Radio show, “The Eclectic Word,” to talk about new books, new presses and the role of comedy in poetry. To listen to the hour-long show, click here.

Cristin is Interviewed on “Conversations with Keith”

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Cristin chats about all things slam on “Conversations with Keith,” a wonderful and eclectic radio talk show hosted by the legendary Nuyorican slammaster and host, Keith Roach. To listen to the hour-long show or to check out archives of Keith’s previous interivews, click here.

Cristin to Perform at Bowery Women 1 Year Anniversary Party

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Cristin will be joining other Bowery Women to celebrate the the one year anniversary of the lauded, all-lady poetry anthology. Additional books and CDs will be available for sale as well. The show starts at 5:30pm! For more information, please check out the Bowery Poetry website here.

Cristin at Word Warriors Release

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Cristin will be joining other lady poets for a reading at wonderful Bluestockings bookstore in NYC’s lower east side. The show — hosted by Word Warriors‘s editor, Alix Olson — starts at 8pm, and coffee, tea and sweets are available! For more information, please see the Bluestockings website found here.

Cristin Performs at Word Warriors Release

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Cristin will be joining other lady poets — including Eve Ensler — for a reading The Knitting Factory, one of NYC’s most enduring rock venues. The show — hosted by Word Warriors‘s editor, Alix Olson — starts at 6pm! For more information, please see The Knitting Factory website found here.

Cristin’s work appears in Word Warriors

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Cristin is proud to have an essay and two poems published in amazing new book, Word Warriors, edited by Alix Olson with a foreward by Eve Ensler. The book is described as a “a powerful and comprehensive collection of work from the best and brightest female spoken word artists today.” To pick up a copy of the book at Amazon, please click here here.

Cristin to Open for Page Meets Stage Reading

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Cristin will perform at the top of Taylor Mali’s “Page Meets Stage” Reading featuring the amazing Nick Flynn and unstoppable Rachel McKibbens. After performances from both poets, Taylor will moderate a discussion and take questions from the audience. The show starts at 8pm! For more information, please check out the Bowery Poetry Club website here.

Part Seven of Cristins’s Words In Your Face Podcast Series with INDIEFEED is aired

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Cristin, in collaboration with the spoken word podcast INDIEFEED, will be producing a month’s worth of shows celebrating the voices of the New York City Poetry Slam in honor of Cristin’s book Words In Your Face. New shows will be posted every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Dec 3 – 21st! To listen to the seventh show featuring lower east side poetry icon JOHN S. HALL, please click here. Or go to the INDIEFEED site here.

Cristin is Published in Premier Issue of SPINDLE

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Cristin is proud to have her poem, All I’d Leave Behind, be published alongside works by Willie Perdomo, Taylor Mali, Tony Brown, Oscar Bermeo, Marty McConnell and more in the premier issue of SPINDLE. SPINDLE is an online literary magazine “with a twist” founded by NYC poet Guy LeCharles Gonzalez which features creative non-fiction, poetry and short fiction by, for and about New Yorkers — literal and spiritual. This issue represents the magazine’s “soft launch,” so stay tuned for more on SPINDLE in the new year. For more information (and to read Cristin’s poem), please check out the SPINDLE website here.

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