Disappearing Things at Canio’s

The Street Press boys

    In the race for the best title of a collection of poems, the Street Press boys are neck and neck. Graham Everett, the founding editor of the press and of its accompanying magazine, has come out with a new one, “An Incomplete Dictionary of Disappearing Things.” One of the poets he publishes, Dan Giancola, The Star’s book reviewer this week, just released “Data Error,” but, better, also wrote “Part Mirth, Part Murder” and “Songs From the Army of the Working Stiffs” (Karma Dog Editions).
    So what’s behind the titles and between the covers? The two will read from their new work on Saturday at 5 p.m. at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor. Mr. Everett runs Street Press out of Sound Beach and teaches in the general studies program at Adelphi University.