Nick Demske

Racine Public Library75 7th StreetRacine, WI 53403
Phone: 
262 636-9244
Website: 
nickipoo.wordpress.com

Author's Bio

Nick Demske lives in Racine Wisconsin and works there at the Racine Public Library. His self-titled manuscript was chosen by Joyelle McSweeney for the Fence Modern Poets Series Award and published by Fence Books in 2010. He is a founder and editor of the online forum boo: a journal of terrific things (http://boojournal.wordpress.com/) and curates the BONK! performance series in Racine (http://bonkperformanceseries.wordpress.com/). To find reviews, interviews, poems, audio, video and a list of upcoming readings, please visit http://nickipoo.wordpress.com/

Publications and Prizes

Book

[self-titled]
(Fence Books,
2010)

Anthology

narrative (dis)continuities: prose experiments by younger american writers
(recycled karma press,
2010)

Journal

BlazeVox
Sawbuck
knock
Death Metal Poetry
Word Riot
thieves jargon
Disquieting Muses
The Bathroom
Arsenic Lobster
Moria
Monkey Puzzle
Fact-Simile
Action Yes
Pinstripe Fedora
Pank
West Wind Review
MAKE: A Chicago Literary Magazine
Seven Corners
Conduit
Prizes: 
2010 Fence Modern Poets Series Award

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Feminist
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Born in: 
Darien, IL, IL
Raised in: 
Griffith/Chicago

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Listing last updated: September 25, 2012.

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