[Local events] Sunday, 7/13: Jennifer Bartlett & Sam Lohmann

David Abel passages at rdrop.com
Sat Jul 5 09:12:59 PDT 2008


Spare Room presents


Jennifer Bartlett

Sam Lohmann


Sunday, July 13

Concordia Coffee House
2909 NE Alberta
www.concordiacoffeehouse.com

$5.00 suggested donation

www.flim.com/spareroom
spareroom at flim.com


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Upcoming readings:

July 20 Steve Dickison & Susan Gevirtz
August 24 Lee Ann Brown & Cynthia Nelson


And mark your calendars for this special event:

An Audio-Illustrated Lecture by
Steve Dickison
Director of the Poetry Center and American Poetry Archives,
San Francisco State University

"Eye of the Ear: Jess and the Poets"
Saturday, July 19, 7:00 pm
Reed College Chapel, Elliot Hall
Free admission
(more details to follow soon)

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Jennifer Bartlett was a 2005 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow. 
Her first collection of poetry, /Derivative of the Moving Image/, was 
published last year by the University of New Mexico Press in their Mary 
Burritt Christiansen poetry series. More recently, she curated "This 
Condensery: On Poetry and Mentorship" in the current issue of /How2/.

Sam Lohmann moved to Portland from Olympia, Washington last fall. He 
edits a yearly poetry zine called Peaches and Bats, and has 
self-published several chapbooks, most recently Parks and Unless As 
Stone Is.

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The Unbroken Line

in the desert sky
stars and stars and stars

I imagine how we might
go on forever
a black mass, fluttering

the crippling trees bowed
toward the bending house

a spring snow is merely to be expected

— Jennifer Bartlett
from /for lee/



Perch, easy mischief, crisp yellow
a lover'd see: vie out a vestigial verity,

pose an arbor herbal, choose
a fugitive peony, percolate perpetual
scamper at a coat-tail, be sole
pervader, leave any star all umbrage, aim us
erratic in trapeze, peal forte,

in eldritch tempo belch amor.

— Sam Lohmann
from Unless As Stone Is



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