Monday, November 29, 2010

Bouquet/Palmer/Smith at the Invisible Dog, Sunday, Dec 5, 3 PM

Double Change and the Invisible Dog

invite you to a reading by


Music by Ha-Yang Kim (cello)

Sunday, December 5 at 3pm

at the Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St., Brooklyn, NY

(between Smith & Court streets,
Subway F or G, Bergen Street stop. Bus 57 or 65)

Free admission.

Friday, November 26, 2010

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Thursday, November 04, 2010

Raworth/Zultanski at Bridge Street 11/11


Thursday, Nov. 11th, 8:00 PM


Please join us Thursday, November 11th for a reading & publication celebration of WINDMILLS IN FLAMES: OLD AND NEW POEMS by Tom Raworth and COP KISSER by Steven Zultanski.

Tom Raworth was born and grew up in London. During the 1970s he traveled and worked in the United states and Mexico, returning to England in 1977 to be Resident Poet at King's College, Cambridge, in which city he still lives. Since 1966 he has published more than 40 books and pamphlets of poetry, prose and translations, in several countries. His graphic work has been shown in France, Italy, and the United States, and he has collaborated and performed with musicians (Steve Lacy, Joëlle Léandre, Steve Nelson-Raney, Esther Roth, Nino Locatelli), painters (Giovanni D'Agostino, Micaëla Henich), and other poets (Franco Beltrametti, Corrado Costa, Dario Villa).

Steven Zultanski has desperately escaped Buffalo NY and now lives in Brooklyn. His new tome is Cop Kisser (BookThug). He is also the author of Pad (2009), This and That Lenin (2006), and others. He edits President’s Choice magazine, a Lil’ Norton publication.

2814 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20007
ph 202 965 5200

Located in Georgetown, next to the Four Seasons Hotel, five blocks from the Foggy Bottom Metro, blue & orange lines.


@ DCAC, 2438 18th Street

Fri. Nov 12, 7:30 PM -- Heather Fuller, Sandra Doller, Chris Nealon, Mel Nichols,& Ward Tietz

Sat. Nov 13, 7:30 PM -- Ryan Walker, Buck Downs, Ben Doller, Cathy Eisenhower, Mark McMorris, & Terence Winch

Sun. Nov 14, 7:30 PM -- Rod Smith, Brian Fitzpatrick, Ken Jacobs, Theodora Danylevich, Dan Gutstein, Leslie Bumstead, Bryan Koen, Maureen Thorson, & Wade Fletcher

Sunday, November 21, 3:00 pm
Tom Hibbard, Allen Fisher & Katy Bohinc

Sunday, November 21, 7:00 pm
Sarah Riggs & Cole Swensen
@ Bridge Street Books

Sunday, December 12, 3:00 pm
Barbara Henning, Rachel Levitsky & Adam Marston
"A development that seemingly repeats the stages already passed, but repeats them otherwise, on a higher basis (“negation of negation”), a development, so to speak, in spirals, not in a straight line; - a development by leaps, catastrophes, revolutions; - “breaks in continuity”; the transformation of quantity into quality; - the inner impulses to development, imparted by the contradiction and conflict of the various forces and tendencies acting on a given body, or within a given phenomena, or within a given society; - the interdependence and the closest, indissoluble connection of all sides of every phenomenon (while history constantly discloses ever new sides), a connection that provides a uniform, law-governed, universal process of motion – such are some of the features of dialectics as a richer (than the ordinary) doctrine of development." - V.I. Lenin

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

The Segue Reading Series presents
Rod Smith and Lawrence Giffin
Saturday, November 6 | 4 PM
308 Bowery | Admission $6

Rod Smith is the author of Deed, Music or Honesty, Protective Immediacy, and In Memory of My Theories. He is currently editing, with Peter Baker and Kaplan Harris, The Selected Letters of Robert Creeley, and, with Jen Hofer, a special issue of the journal Aerial on Lyn Hejinian. Lawrence Giffin is the author of Get the Fuck Back into that Burning Plane, Die Traumadeutung, and Comment Is Free. He is the series editor of The Physical Poets Home Library, a Lil' Norton publication.

We hope to see you there!

Kareem Estefan and Kaegan Sparks, curators