ONSQU does AWP 16: a photo diary /April 11, 2016 by Washington Square Getting ready for AWP 16 with these sweet homemade stickers. #putabirdonit En route JFK --> LAX. The web editor harassing the fiction editor, Michael Sarinsky, who is trying to do his homework for Zadie Smith's class. Angelo Nikolopoulos, Nico the dog, and Joanna Yas, Editor-in-Chief, at our booth. Edgar & Joan Pidgeon Alisha Kaplan, web & pr editor & Francisco Marquez, assistant interviews editor. Booth decoration: original pigeon stamp courtesy of Alisha Kaplan. $5 tote, extra for the pup. Outside the The Regent, where the Prufrock party was about to begin (hosted by the Poetry Foundation).l to r: Alisa Koyrakh, managing editor; Laura Creste and Alisha Kaplan, web & pr editors; Linda Harris Dolan, poetry editor. Safiya Sinclair says "Fuck T.S. Eliot" and then wows us with her poem "The Center of the World." http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poem/251500 Eileen Myles read the entire "Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" BACKWARDS.Universe the disturb dare I do? Jess Pane, assistant awards editor, with Eileen Myles! Morgan Parker and her many husbands perform at an offsite reading. Jerriod Avant, former ONSQU editor, reading with Morgan! Maggie Nelson speaking on the panel "The Violence of the Page." Tyler Gonlag, Joan Pigeon, and Nico Nikolopoulos. Nico & Nadia Our luminous leader Deborah Landau, on a panel with Amber Tamblyn, Dorothea Lasky, Ada Limon, and Rachel McKibbens. "Beyond Confession: Women's Writing and Radical Poetics of the Personal." One of our favorite finds at AWP: literary witches postcards at the Electric Lit table. This one featuring Anne Carson! Volcanos & eyeballs A+ James Franco cameo. Jess Pane reading at an offsite event for LAMBDA. Francisco Marquez & Linda Harris Dolan, editors and temporary roommates (Airbnb in downtown LA). Bye, Los Angeles.