[Local events] Reminder: tomorrow night, Halpern/Stadler, and other readings

David Abel passages at rdrop.com
Thu Feb 1 19:34:28 PST 2007

from Jules Boykoff and Kaia Sand:

Please join us for the third installment of the The Tangent Reading Series!

Innovative writers Rob Halpern (San Francisco) and Matthew Stadler 
(Portland) will read their work this Friday, February 2nd at 7 p.m., 
Clinton Corner Café, 2633 SE 21st Ave. Admission is free.

Rob Halpern is the author of Rumored Place (Krupskaya 2004) and Disaster 
Suite (Vigilance Society 2006). Currently, he’s co-editing the poems of 
the late Frances Jaffer together with Kathleen Fraser, writing a 
collaborative poem with Taylor Brady, and translating the early essays 
of Georges Perec, the first of which is forthcoming in Chicago Review. 
He lives in San Francisco.

Matthew Stadler is the author of four novels, including Landscape: 
Memory and Allan Stein. He was the literary editor of Nest Magazine and 
is the co-founder and editor of Clear Cut Press. His non-fiction has 
been published widely in North America and Europe, and he is currently 
researching the early history of North Pacific America, for a series of 
lectures and essays. He lives in North Portland.

For more information about the Tangent Reading Series, and for samples 
of Rob Halpern's and Matthew Stadler's work, see: 


Also coming up this week:

Monday, February 5, 7:00 pm

Robin Blaser

Sem 2 A1105
Evergreen State College
Olympia WA

Tuesday February 6, 7:30 pm

Clayton Eshleman, reading from his own work
Powell's City of Books, Burnside

Wednesday February 7, 4:30 pm

Clayton Eshleman, reading from the Complete Poetry of Cesar Vallejo
Reed College, Psychology Building Auditorium (Psych. 105)

Wednesday February 7, 7:30 pm

Lindsay Hill and C.E. Putnam
Subtext Series, Seattle
Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Avenue (in Capitol Hill)

Sunday February 11, 7:30 pm

Rebecca Loudon and Rodney Koeneke
Spare Room
New American Art Union, 922 SE Ankeny
more information to come

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