JAMES SHERRY & CECILIA VICUÑA Saturday, March
28 at 4pm at the Bowery Poetry Club 308 Bowery, NYC
James Sherry is the author of more than 10 books of poetry and prose.
His most recent publication, Sorry: Environmental Poetics, is
forthcoming from Factory School later this year. He is the
editor/publisher of Roof Books and founder of The Segue
Foundation. Cecilia Vicuña performs and exhibits her work widely in
Europe, Latin America and the U.S. Templo e’Saliva / Spit Temple, a
collection of her oral performances, edited by Rosa Alcalá, is
forthcoming by Factory School Press.
I am pleased to announce an upcoming Poetry Reading: Come Hear ! at New York City’s Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Community Center.
Bill Kushner, Stephanie Gray, Eileen Myles, Tim Peterson, Betsy Andrews, Moonshine Shorey, Carol Mirakove, Joseph O. Legaspi, Douglas A. Martin, Jen Benka, Guillermo Castro, Elizabeth Reddin, and Regie Cabico
will read their work on Saturday March 28th from 1-4 pm at the Center located at 208 West 13th Street (between 7th and 8th Avenues) in the West Village.
The Poetry Reading is free and open to the public. Come Hear ! will take place during the NY Rainbow Book Fair: a LGBT Book Fair with publishers, authors, performance artists, a panel on the future of LGBT literature, and books to browse, read and buy !
For additional information on this Poetry Reading, please feel free to contact Nathaniel Siegel by email at email@example.com. See you Saturday at the Center !
The true calling of graphic design: Agencies in Action. This kind of political engagement is what I've been searching through design textbooks to find for years, and it's the stuff that designers always say can't be done because, with few exceptions (Stephen Heller being a significant one), they usually operate according to a model of graphics as strictly a service profession. More examples here.
Oh my goodness, it's Julian Brolaski's terrific new Mongrel Vaudeville project! See me and Alan Sondheim perform live at Freddy's on April 21st with contortionists, paranormal ventriloquists, magicians, and drag performers.
The Segue Reading Series Presents CHARLES BERNSTEIN and ADEENA KARASICK
Saturday, March 14, 4 PM Bowery Poetry Club (308 Bowery) New York, NY
Charles Bernstein is the CFO of the Center for Avant-Garde Comedy and Stand-Up Poetry. His most recent book is Blind Witness: Three American Operas. Adeena Karasick is the 2008 winner of the MPS mobile award, poet media artist and author of six books of poetry and poetic theory. Forthcoming is Amuse Bouche Tasty Treats for the Mouth (Talonbooks, 2009). She teaches Film and Literature at CUNY.