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Dec 12 SPLAB @ Doe Bay

November 29, 2010
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Jarret Middleton

Jarret Middleton

December 12 – Jarret Middleton – 7P plus Open Mic. Emcee Greg Bem. Doe Bay Cafe, Orcas Is.

JARRET MIDDLETON is the editor-in-chief and co-founder of Dark Coast Press, an independent literary publisher in Seattle. He is the author of An Dantomine Eerly, a surreal debut novel that follows the last thoughts and memories of the Irish-American poet Dallin as he passes into death.  Jarret began ADE  on a typewriter in a house with no electricity on Monhegan Island, eighteen miles off the coast of Maine.  He lives in Seattle.  More info available at www.jarretmiddleton.com www.darkcoastpress.com

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Greg Bem

Greg Bem

Some photos of the evening by Greg Bem:

SPLAB @ Doe Bay sign

SPLAB @ Doe Bay sign

Jarret Middleton

Jarret Middleton

Greg Bem reads, Jarret Middleton listens

Greg Bem reads, Jarret Middleton listens

Jennifer Brennock on the open mic

Jennifer Brennock on the open mic

Jarret & the famous Doe Bay Cafe Mirror Wall

Jarret & the famous Doe Bay Cafe Mirror Wall

Jennifer

Jennifer

Unidentified Open Mic reader

Unidentified Open Mic reader

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