[Local events] Sunday, May 18, Joseph Noble & Lisa Radon/Tim DuRoche

David Abel passages at rdrop.com
Tue May 6 11:37:45 PDT 2008

Spare Room presents

Joseph Noble

Lisa Radon & Tim DuRoche

Sunday, May 18th, 7:30 pm

Concordia Coffee House
2909 NE Alberta

$5.00 suggested donation

spareroom at flim.com

Upcoming readings:

June Sarah Mangold & Chris Piuma
July Jennifer Bartlett & Jim Stewart
July 20 Steve Dickison & Susan Gevirtz
August 24 Lee Ann Brown & Cynthia Nelson


Joseph Noble's book of poems, An Ives Set, was published in November of 
2006 by lyric& Press. His essays on the work of George Oppen have 
appeared in Talisman and Aufgabe, and he was a coeditor of the journal 
26 for its first five issues. Poems have appeared in New American 
Writing, Five Fingers Review, The New Review of Literature, Hambone, 
Bird Dog, UrVox, and Aufgabe. He lives in the East Bay, and also plays 
the saxophone.

Poet Lisa Radon and sound artist Tim DuRoche have collaborated on 
sound/text works for jazz, poetry, and theater festivals since 2003. 
They performed "verse.chorus.bridge." on the banks of the Willamette 
River for Gallery Homeland's Scratching the Surface 2006; and created 
"Aqueous (E)vent No. 1," a sound installation for Red 76’s Community 
Jukebox as part of the 2003 Core Sample Exhibition. They are currently 
recording and readying for Scratching the Surface 2008.


the celestial railroad

each track on separate hands
a mockingbird assembles singing
cell shrine to share

breathe the air
eyes thinking

ringing ground
trembles drum skin

throw out the life-line
a world offers homage

firefly and wine
kiss blissful feet

-- Joseph Noble (from An Ives Set)

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