[Local events] Reminder: Sat. 3/31, 2:00 pm, Killian & Bellamy

Passages Bookshop david at passagesbookshop.com
Fri Mar 30 05:32:29 PDT 2018

Spare Room presents a launch reading for *

/Writers Who Love Too Much: New Narrative 1977-1997/

*with readings by*


Saturday, March 31st
2:00 p.m.*

*Passages Bookshop <http://passagesbookshop.com>*
1223 NE ML King, Jr. Blvd.
Portland OR 97232

$5 suggested donation for the readers (no one turned away)

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*Dodie Bellamy*’s writing focuses on sexuality, politics, and narrative 
experimentation, challenging the distinctions between fiction, essay, 
and poetry.  Her most recent collection is/When the Sick Rule the 
World,/from Semiotext(e).  Her chapbook, “The Beating of Our Hearts,” 
was published as a chapbook in conjunction with the 2014 Whitney 
Biennial.  A recent essay on radicality appeared in the Philosophy 
section of the 25th anniversary issue of the French fashion 
magazine/Purple./With Kevin Killian she edited for Nightboat 
Books/Writers Who Love Too Much: //New Narrative 1977-1997./
/*Kevin Killian*is a San Francisco-based writer and artist.  His books 
include/Impossible Princess, Action Kylie,/three volumes of /Selected 
Amazon Reviews,/and/Tweaky Village. /Recent projects include a 
novel,/Spreadeagle,/and/Tagged,/nude portraits of poets, artists, 
writers, musicians, etc. Soon you will see/Fascination/(in two volumes 
from Semiotexte), Killian’s collected memoirs edited by Andrew Durbin; a 
book of plays from the San Francisco Poets Theater (Stage Fright), from 
Kenning Editions; and a volume of Jack Spicer’s letters (Wesleyan) 
edited by KK and Kelly Holt. Meanwhile, Joco Seria in France has issued 
a bilingual translation of Killian’s “elements” poems called /Les éléments./

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1223 NE ML King Blvd
Portland, OR 97232

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