Monday, December 3, 2012

It's Fun To Care Press

Hey folks,

it's been a while. I'm in NYC. Here is what I'm up to this week in the evenings, I hope you join me:


Peter Gizzi, Charles Bernstein, Corina Copp
Public Assembly
70 N6th st, Brooklyn, New York 11211

Hatchet Job is a monthly reading series in which poets of all persuasions stave off the wolves and whippoorwills and read in a black room with alcohol. It's freer than dirt. But the booze ain't.

Join us for Hatchet Job XII, and hide your reindeer:

Corina Copp is the author of Pro Magenta/Be Met, with publications forthcoming from Bad Press, Minutes Books, and Trafficker. Poetry, performance texts, and critical writing can be found soon or now at SFMOMA's Open Space, The Claudius App, The Cambridge Literary Review, Boston Review, BOMB, Mrs. Maybe, and elsewhere. Her play The Whole Tragedy of the Inability to Love: SUSANSWERPHONE was presented this October at the CUNY Graduate Center's three-day PRELUDE.12 Festival and will be in residence this spring at the Invisible Dog Arts Center.

Peter Gizzi is the author, most recently, of Threshold Songs, The Outernationale, and Some Values of Landscape and Weather. He is the co-editor of the collected poems of Jack Spicer and teaches at UMass, Amherst.

Charles Bernstein is the author of numerous collections, including All the Whiskey in Heaven, Girly Man, Attack of the Difficult Poems, and With Strings. From 1990 to 2003, he was David Gray Professor of Poetry and Letters at the State University of New York at Buffalo and Director of the Poetics Program, which he co-founded with Robert Creeley.

Hosted by Danniel Schoonebeek.


Presented by THE BELIEVER
Videology - Williamsburg
308 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11249


Mathias Svalina, Joel Craig, Jim Behrle
Pete's Candy Store
709 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, New York 11211


830 PM
Tip Top Bar & Grill, 432 Franklin Ave.

Ariana Reines
Bianca Stone
Paige Taggart
Corinne Schneider

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