[Local events] Reminder: This Thursday, Roitman/Lombardo

David Abel passages at rdrop.com
Tue Dec 16 23:24:43 PST 2008

Spare Room presents

*Judith Roitman
Stanley Lombardo

*Thursday*, December 18
7:30 pm

Concordia Coffee House
2909 NE Alberta

$5.00 suggested donation

spareroom at flim.com


Upcoming readings:

January 11: Endi Hartigan / Maryrose Larkin
January 25: 100 Poems by 100 Poets from the Past 100 Years:
   Spare Room's 100th Reading
February 1: Laynie Browne / Jared Hayes
February 8: Andrew Joron / Andrew Zawacki


*Judith Roitman* was born and raised in New York City. She lived for a 
while in the San Francisco and Boston areas and now lives in Lawrence, 
Kansas where she is a professor of mathematics. Her most recent book is 
/No Face (Selected & New Poems)/, published this summer by First 
Intensity; previous books include /The Stress of Meaning: Variations on 
a Line of Susan Howe/; /Diamond Notebooks/; and /Slippage/.

*Stanley Lombardo* has translated the fragments of Parmenides and 
Empedocles; the poems of Sappho; the /Iliad/ and the /Odyssey/; Hesiod's 
/Theogony/; the /Aeneid/; the /Inferno/; "and other poems he has loved 
from his early days." He is a professor of Classics at the University of 



Region is origin. Document
is living. Stone is concrete.
Basement is raised. Some
thing under the basket. Some
thing under water. He breathes
too easily. Her face doesn't
remember this.
Judith Roitman*

Black dream
you come when sleep comes,
sweet god, truly dreadful agony
Sappho (trans. Stanley Lombardo) *
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