Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Saturday, February 24: New Narrative as Contemporary Practice
Join us for the L.A. launch of
FROM OUR HEARTS TO YOURS
New Narrative as Contemporary Practice
(published by ON Contemporary Practice)
The first comprehensive anthology of essays on New Narrative writing and community practices by a younger generation of poets and poet-scholars.
Tonight's line-up will feature editors
& ROBIN TREMBLAY-MCGAW
together with contributors
& ROBERT DEWHURST
Saturday, February 24 2018
Rob Halpern lives between San Francisco and Ypsilanti, Michigan, where he teaches at Eastern Michigan University and Huron Valley Women’s Prison. His books of poetry include Common Place (2015) and Music for Porn (2012). Weak Link is forthcoming later this year (Atelos).
Robin Tremblay-McGaw lives in San Francisco, writes about poetry and poetics, and teaches at Santa Clara University and at Bard College as part of the Institute for Writing and in the Language & Thinking Program. Robin is the author of Dear Reader (Ithuriel’s Spear 2015).
Amanda K. Davidson walks in LA. The Sissy Goes for a Swim, her latest chapbook, was recently published by The Elephants. Visit amandakdavidson.com for fiction, comics, and more.
Robert Dewhurst is a poet and scholar; he holds a PhD in English from the University at Buffalo (SUNY), where he participated in the Buffalo Poetics Program. With Joshua Beckman and CAConrad, he coedited Supplication: Selected Poems of John Wieners (Wave Books, 2015). Currently, he is writing a literary biography of Wieners. He lives in Los Angeles.
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