The Loudest Voice : Volume 1

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The Loudest Voice : Volume 1

Amaranth Borsuk, Bryan Hurt, and Genevieve Kaplan


The Loudest Voice, Volume 1 is the first anthology released by Loudest Voice Books. It features work from poets and fiction writers who have participated in The Loudest Voice reading series in Los Angeles’s Chinatown between 2006-2010. See our blog for more information about the Reading Series and the Anthology:

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Publication Date05/2010 ISBN: 9781932800685 Number of Pages 133
Author Biography
Editors: Amaranth Borsuk is the author of a chapbook, Tonal Saw (Song Cave, 2010), and the digital pop-up poetry book Between Page and Screen, which can be seen at . Her poems have recently appeared in Colorado Review,Columbia Poetry Review, Denver Quarterly, and FIELD. She is a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities at MIT and received her Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Southern California. Bryan Hurt's fiction has appeared in 42opus, Barrelhouse Review, Hot Metal Bridge, and Salt Hill. He is co-founder and host of The Loudest Voice reading series. Genevieve Kaplan currently lives in Southern California where she is pursuing a PhD in Literature and Creative Writing. She edits the Toad Press International chapbook series, which publishes literary translations, and her poems and essays have been published in numerous journals, including Jubilat, Gulf Coast, Jacket, Copper Nickel, and Northwest Review. Her first book of poetry, In the ice house is forthcoming from Red Hen Press.
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