Thursday, October 30, 2014

Timeless, Infinite Light: Emji Spero, Zoe Tuck, Joel Gregory & Olive Blackburn

The Poetic Research Bureau presents...


Timeless, Infinite Light is an Oakland small press focused on contemporary poetry and critical theory, with a heavy, West Coast lean towards the experimental / political / mystical. They are a member of the Omni Collective.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Poetic Research Bureau 
951 Chung King Rd
Chinatown, Los Angeles

Emji Spero is an Oakland-based artist exploring the intersections of writing, installation, and performance. Their writing has been featured in Tripwire, Dusie, Jupiter88, Jacket2, Tract/Trace, Wheelhouse Magazine,The Vulgate, and Not Enough Data. Spero's new book, almost any shit will do, uses found language, word-replacement and erasure to strange the familiar and map the boundaries of collective engagement.

Joel Gregory is a dropout of the New School MFA program and a co-founder of Timeless, Infinite Light. He is a poet and visual artist living in Oakland, California. 

Zoe Tuck was born in Texas, where she cut her teeth on poetry. Since relocating to the Bay Area, she has been an active in the local literary community, working at Small Press Distribution and co-curating Condensery Reading Series. She facilitates workshops on gender, poetics, trans-mythography, and queer sci-fi. Her recent work can be found in Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics, and in journals such as textsound and Dusie. She is a poetry reader for HOLD: a journal.

Olive Blackburn is a dancer, writer, and communist from Northern California. She is a doctoral candidate at UCLA in dance history. She lives between Oakland and Los Angeles.

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