[Local events] Reminder: Sun. 8/12: Pusateri, Naka Pierce, & Vincent

David Abel david at thetextgarage.com
Thu Aug 9 13:17:32 PDT 2012

        /Spare Room reading series presents/

      Chris Pusateri, Michelle Naka Pierce, & Stephen Vincent

Sunday, August 12*
*7:30 pm
*The Waypost* <http://thewaypost.com/>
*3120 N. Williams Ave*
*$5.00 Suggested Donation*

_Upcoming Readings_
9/9       James Yeary & Mark Johnson
9/23     David Abel & Lissa Wolsak
10/21   Jaap Blonk

Born in Japan, *Michelle Naka Pierce* is the author of seven titles, 
including /She, A Blueprint/ (BlazeVOX, 2011) and /Continuous Frieze 
Bordering Red/ (Fordham, 2012). Pierce has collaborated with artists, 
dancers, and filmmakers and has performed internationally. Her work has 
been translated into French, Spanish, Japanese, and Hebrew. Currently, 
Pierce is associate professor and director of the Jack Kerouac School of 
Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University.

*Chris Pusateri* is the author of several books of poetry, most recently 
/Common Time/ (Steerage Press, 2012) and /Molecularity/ (Dusie, 2011). 
His work appears in many journals in the US and abroad, including 
/Chicago Review, Fence, Jacket, Verse/ and others. In spring 2012, he 
was a visiting artist at La Kunsthalle Mulhouse in France, where he 
performed as part of their Locus Metropole exhibition. A librarian by 
trade, he has lectured on poetry and poetics at The School of the Art 
Institute of Chicago, Naropa University, Wittenberg University, and the 
École Polytechnique in Paris.

*Stephen Vincent*, poet, essayist, photographer, and visual artist, 
lives in San Francisco. He will read from his most recent book, A*fter 
Language / Letters to Jack Spicer* (BlazeVox, 2012). In addition he will 
read poems by Barbara Moore Vincent from "Art, Poetry & Dementia: 
Conversations with My Mother in Her 10th Decade," an extended essay in 
progress. Vincent's haptic drawings and commentaries can be viewed on 
his blog <http://stephenvincent.net/blog>.

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