Aditi Machado and Kea Wilson read from their work
Aditi Machado is a poet, translator, and editor. She is the author of Some Beheadings, a poetry collection forthcoming from Nightboat, and two chapbooks: Route: Marienbad (Further Other Book Works, 2016) and The Robing of the Bride (Dzanc, 2013). Her translation of Farid Tali’s Prosopopoeia recently appeared from Action (2016). Recent work (poetry, criticism, and translations) can be found in Poor Claudia, FOLDER Magazine, VOLT, Witness, Chicago Review, Jacket2, Almost Island, and The Guardian. Aditi edits poetry in translation for Asymptote and is writing her dissertation at the University of Denver.
Kea Wilson received her MFA from Washington University in St. Louis, where lives and works as a bookseller. We Eat Our Own is her first novel. "This is the smartest kind of horror, one that understands and employs the trappings while making us squirmingly aware of the moral contortions required to enjoy them. A highly unusual breath of fetid air." —Booklist (starred review)