Eric Hoffman author of Life At Braintree (Dos Madres 2008), The American Eye (Dos Madres 2011), and By The Hours (Dos Madres 2013), has two new books out: Oppen: A Narrative and Chester Brown: Conversations.
Owen Lewis on YouTube reads at New York University from his new book of poems Sometimes Full Of Daylight.
Paul Pines will read from his New Orleans Variations & Paris Ouroboros at SUNY Adirondack Fall Writers Project - November 13th, 2013 SUNY Adirondack Visual Arts Gallery, Dearlove Hall 640 Bay Rd, 12:30PM Queensbury, NY 12804 518-743-2200 x2601 http://www.sunyacc.edu/
Saturday, October 26th from noon until 3:00.
3937 Ledgewood Dr., Cincinnati 45229 (phone: 513-543-1336).
Upcoming Reading: Donald Wellman Tuesday, October 15, 7:00 PM Cintas Center, Room 201
Donald Wellman is a poet, editor, and translator. A long-time resident of Cranberry Island, he now lives in Weare, N.H. His poetry includes A North Atlantic Wall (Dos Madres, 2010) and Prolog Pages (Ahadada, 2009). Other titles include Urika (Boat Train in Gloucester, 2010), Baroque Threads (Mudlark, 2007) and Fields (Light and Dust, 1995). From 1981-1994, he edited O.ARS, a series of anthologies, devoted to topics bearing on postmodern poetics, including volumes entitled Coherence, Perception and Translations: Experiments in Reading. His translation of Antonio Gamoneda’s Gravestones is available from the University of New Orleans Press. His translation of Gamoneda’s Description of the Lie is forthcoming from Tallisman House Books. In addition to the poetry of Gamoneda (Cervantes Prize 2006), Wellman has published translations of the poetry of Emilio Prados, Blaise Cendrars and Yvan Goll. Originally trained as a medievalist, he has written on the poetry of Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, Charles Olson and poets associated with both Black Mountain College and emergent post-avant practices.
Keith Holyoak reading/music performance of My Minotaur at bG Gallery, Santa Monics on September 27.
Rick Mullin reading “On The Beginning Of Constant Memory”
NOT TOO MISS: Two reading dates this fall for Rick Mullin –
Rick Mullin will read from Coleacanth at the Parkside Lounge, and Bowery Arts & Science:
September 22, 4:00 pm
Guitar accompaniment by
Great Weather for Media weekly
315 E. Houston Street
New York City
November 3, 5:45 pm
with Ernest Hilbert
Carmine Street Metrics
the Bowery Poetry Club
Bowery Art & Science
New York City
September 19, 5:30pm
Berkshire Wordfest at the Mount
The Terrace, 2 Plunkett Street, Lenox, MA
October 5, 3:45pm
Ramsdell Library, with Jim Tolan
1087 Main Street, Housatonic, MA
October 10, 6pm
NYU Main Bookstore with Myra Shapiro
726 Broadway, New York, NY
November 14, 6pm
Cornelia Street Cafe
with members of the Fran Quinn workshop
29 Cornelia Street, New York, NY
Essay by David Katz: Freedom’s Form: Robert Duncan’s ‘My Mother Would Be A Falconress’ and the Metrical Code
David Katz (Claims of Home, Dos Madres Press 2010) essay “Freedom’s Form: Robert Duncan’s ‘My Mother Would Be a Falconress’ and the Metrical Code” in Kin Poetry Journal.