[Local events] Reminder: Sun. 9/25, Kemp & Roy

David Abel passages at rdrop.com
Wed Sep 21 02:36:59 PDT 2011


Spare Room presents

*Camille Roy
Arnold J. Kemp
*
Sunday, September 25
*** 8:00 pm* **

*The Waypost*
3120 N. Williams Ave.
thewaypost.com
503-367-3182

$5.00 suggested donation


*Camille Roy* is a writer and performer of fiction, poetry, and plays. 
/Sherwood Forest/, a book of poems, is just out from Futurepoem. Her 
earlier books include /Cheap Speech/, a play (Leroy), /Craquer/, a 
fictional autobiography (2nd Story), and /Swarm/, two novellas (Black 
Star). She co-edited /Biting The Error: Writers Explore Narrative/ 
(Coach House) with Mary Burger, Robert Glück, and Gail Scott. Roy has 
taught creative writing in multiple genres and forms at San Francisco 
State University, California State University SummerArts, and Naropa. 
She lives in the Bay Area.

*Arnold J. Kemp* is an artist, writer, and curator. He was the associate 
curator at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts from 1993-2003. His art has 
been collected by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Studio Museum in 
Harlem, and the the Berkeley Art Museum. He is currently the Chair of 
the MFA in Visual Studies Program at Pacific Northwest College of Art in 
Portland, Oregon.


*Marching Band*

I got off before girls started getting
their sex change operations.
I didn't stop to look. I got off
with my organs intact. I got off a lot.

I got offered a sex change operation.
and I got one or two, then I gave up
everything but breathing.
I tried the lacy pants, but they itched.

What is a girl, anyway?

*Camille Roy*



*from "Untitled, 1933"*

Emptiness needs no defense.

Space cannot be damaged.

No one can do anything to it.

An opinion or image can be attacked and hurt
but the space in which the opinion or image exists

is indestructible.

*Arnold J. Kemp*
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