[Local events] Tangents reading, 3/3: Czerski, Fitterman, Hayes

David Abel passages at rdrop.com
Tue Feb 20 22:07:29 PST 2007


The Tangent Reading Series:

Poets Gale Czerski (Portland), Robert Fitterman (New York), and Jared 
Hayes (Portland) read their work.

Saturday, March 3rd, 7:00 p.m.

Clinton Corner Café
2633 SE 21st Ave.
Admission is free.


Gale Czerski’s work has appeared in recent issues of Bird Dog and Mirage 
#4 Period[ical]. Her poem 'Ambulatory Siren Songs' has been published in 
pamphlet form by Nine Muses Books. The chapbook, Invocation, is being 
published by FLASH+CARD. She is currently preparing a manuscript for 
Dusie Press' Wee Books series.

Robert Fitterman comes to Portland fresh from performing at the Museum 
of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. He is the author of 9 books of poetry; 
3 of those books constitute his ongoing poem Metropolis. Metropolis 1-15 
was awarded the Sun & Moon New American Poetry Award (1997), and 
Metropolis 16-29 (Coach House Books, 2002) received the Small Press 
Traffic Book of the Year Award in 2003. Several of his other books are 
collaborations with visual artists, including most recently War, the 
musical (Subpress, 2006) with Dirk Rowntree. Fitterman lives in New York 
where he teaches writing at New York University.

Jared Hayes is working and living in Portland, Oregon. His poetry or his 
vis/po has appeared in or is forthcoming from Bombay Gin, Dusie, Five 
Fingers Review, Hot Whiskey, and Small Town. He participated in the 2006 
Dusie Kollectiv Projekt with the chapbook homage to Ted Berrigan, 
RecollecTed. He is the co-author, with Joseph Cooper, of Insuring the 
Wicker Man Shadow Created Delusion (Hot Whiskey Press, 2005).


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