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Full recording of my reading at Berl’s with Christine Kanownik and J. Hope Stein — both were totally fabulous. Jared White’s introductions were equally lovely.

Finally got this beaut framed! Homer inspects. 

Finally got this beaut framed! Homer inspects. 

uglyducklingpresse:

Diana Arterian reading last night at Berl’s Poetry Shop in Brooklyn. 

Photo by Dan Magers!

uglyducklingpresse:

Diana Arterian reading last night at Berl’s Poetry Shop in Brooklyn. 

Photo by Dan Magers!

Excited to be reading with Christine Kanownik and J. Hope Stein at Berl’s on September 18! Come one, come all.Bios:Diana Arterian was born and raised in Arizona. She currently resides in Los Angeles where she is pursuing her PhD in Literature & Creative Writing at the University of Southern California. Diana is a Poetry Editor at Noemi Press, and a Managing Editor and founding member of Ricochet. She is the author of Death Centos (Ugly Duckling Presse), and her poetry and translation have appeared in Aufgabe, Black Warrior Review, Circumference, DIAGRAM, eleven eleven, Salt Hill, Two Serious Ladies, and The Volta, among others.Christine Kanownik’s work can be found on: The Huffington Post, jubilat, Lungfull! Magazine, MOTHERBOARD, and H_NGM_N. Her chapbook, We are Now Beginning to Act Wildly, was published by Diez Press. She is the co-founder and editor of Electric Pumas.J. Hope Stein is the author of the chapbooks Talking Doll (Dancing Girl Press), Mary (Hyacinth Girl Press) and Corner Office (H_ngm_n). Her poems are published or forthcoming in Verse, HTML Giant, Tarpaulin Sky, Everyday Genius, Ping Pong, Talisman, and Poetry International. She is also the editor of poetrycrush.com and the author of the poetry/humor site eecattings.com.

Excited to be reading with Christine Kanownik and J. Hope Stein at Berl’s on September 18! Come one, come all.

Bios:
Diana Arterian was born and raised in Arizona. She currently resides in Los Angeles where she is pursuing her PhD in Literature & Creative Writing at the University of Southern California. Diana is a Poetry Editor at Noemi Press, and a Managing Editor and founding member of Ricochet. She is the author of Death Centos (Ugly Duckling Presse), and her poetry and translation have appeared in Aufgabe, Black Warrior Review, Circumference, DIAGRAM, eleven eleven, Salt Hill, Two Serious Ladies, and The Volta, among others.

Christine Kanownik’s work can be found on: The Huffington Post, jubilat, Lungfull! Magazine, MOTHERBOARD, and H_NGM_N. Her chapbook, We are Now Beginning to Act Wildly, was published by Diez Press. She is the co-founder and editor of Electric Pumas.

J. Hope Stein is the author of the chapbooks Talking Doll (Dancing Girl Press), Mary (Hyacinth Girl Press) and Corner Office (H_ngm_n). Her poems are published or forthcoming in Verse, HTML Giant, Tarpaulin Sky, Everyday Genius, Ping Pong, Talisman, and Poetry International. She is also the editor of poetrycrush.com and the author of the poetry/humor site eecattings.com.

Paterson!

Paterson!

Shane McCrae’s Forgiveness Forgiveness. Those last 7 lines…

Shane McCrae’s Forgiveness Forgiveness. Those last 7 lines…

My boyfriend spends ages on the internet every night, and I can hear him typing to someone. He says it's just his old high school friends, but I don't trust him. Should I check his messages? asked by Anonymous

askannecarson:

In my day we valued blindness rather more

This is a good thing

uglyducklingpresse:

Everybody passes the hat!

If you have even two pennies to rub together, please think about sending them our way! As of Sept 1, we have raised $6,500, and we need another $3,500 to reach our goal of $10k, which will let us put out a monster list of fall titles. 

There’s not much time left, so if you like UDP now is the perfect time to make a donation! We need your help!

Now that I have tickets to this I feel comfortable telling the world about this:Thu, Oct 23, 7:15 PMMark Taper Auditorium-Central Library, Los Angeles The Poet as Citizen Robin Coste Lewis and Claudia Rankine In conversation with Maggie Nelson, author and faculty, CalArtsTwo powerful poets read from their work and discuss how poetry can become an active tool for rethinking race in America. Robin Coste Lewis reads from her upcoming poetry collection, Voyage of the Sable Venus, which lyrically catalogs representations of the black figure in the fine arts, with Claudia Rankine—a poet whose incendiary new book, Citizen: An American Lyric—is a powerful testament to the individual and collective effects of racism in our often named “post-racial” society. Event is free, get tickets here.

Now that I have tickets to this I feel comfortable telling the world about this:

Thu, Oct 23, 7:15 PM
Mark Taper Auditorium-Central Library, Los Angeles

The Poet as Citizen
Robin Coste Lewis and Claudia Rankine
In conversation with Maggie Nelson, author and faculty, CalArts

Two powerful poets read from their work and discuss how poetry can become an active tool for rethinking race in America. Robin Coste Lewis reads from her upcoming poetry collection, Voyage of the Sable Venus, which lyrically catalogs representations of the black figure in the fine arts, with Claudia Rankine—a poet whose incendiary new book, Citizen: An American Lyric—is a powerful testament to the individual and collective effects of racism in our often named “post-racial” society.

Event is free, get tickets here.

ahuntersheart:

Rémi Noël
Poetry Wanted, Albuquerque, New Mexico

ahuntersheart:

Rémi Noël
Poetry Wanted, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Last Sumarr event of 2014!Readings from Chris Muñiz, Tom Cho, Brandon Som, Allison Carter, and Aaron Kunin. Music from Elephants with Guns.Pop-Hop Books5002 York BlvdHighland Park 90042Sunday, August 31 @ 3PM. RSVP here.

Last Sumarr event of 2014!

Readings from Chris Muñiz, Tom Cho, Brandon Som, Allison Carter, and Aaron Kunin. Music from Elephants with Guns.

Pop-Hop Books
5002 York Blvd
Highland Park 90042

Sunday, August 31 @ 3PM. RSVP here.

Really excited to nab the latest copy of make/shift magazine which contains a micro-conversation between myself and the lovely poet Sarah Vap about feminism and poetics.

Penultimate Sumarr! Readings from Daniel Hockenson, Henry Hoke, Robin Coste Lewis, Allison Carter, and Janice Lee. Music from Owen Stewart-Robertson.Pop-Hop Books5002 York BlvdLos Angeles 90042RSVP hereEDIT: Harmony Holiday is no longer able to read today.

Penultimate Sumarr! Readings from Daniel Hockenson, Henry Hoke, Robin Coste Lewis, Allison Carter, and Janice Lee. Music from Owen Stewart-Robertson.

Pop-Hop Books
5002 York Blvd
Los Angeles 90042

RSVP here

EDIT: Harmony Holiday is no longer able to read today.

ENTER>text: in the Air eventDiana Arterian // Sam Bloch & Mark Gerard // Andrew Choate // Claire Cronin & Meriwether Clarke // Stacy Elaine Dacheux & Danielle Sommer // Kate Durbin // Stephen Van Dyck // Emma Zakes Green // Brigitte Nicole Grice // Dan Hockenson // Jen Hofer & Yelena Gluzman // Jen Hutton // Emily Kiernan // Janice Lee & Laura Vena // UNFO (with Harold Abramowitz, Amanda Ackerman & Andrea Quaid) // Matias Viegener // Writ Large Press (with Peter Woods & Chiwan Choi)Mount Washington, Los Angeles – Address will be sent to you before the event.The event is free, but space is limited - RSVP here- http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/831481 www.enter-text.com
RSVP on Facebook, too

ENTER>text: in the Air event

Diana Arterian // Sam Bloch & Mark Gerard // Andrew Choate // Claire Cronin & Meriwether Clarke // Stacy Elaine Dacheux & Danielle Sommer // Kate Durbin // Stephen Van Dyck // Emma Zakes Green // Brigitte Nicole Grice // Dan Hockenson // Jen Hofer & Yelena Gluzman // Jen Hutton // Emily Kiernan // Janice Lee & Laura Vena // UNFO (with Harold Abramowitz, Amanda Ackerman & Andrea Quaid) // Matias Viegener // Writ Large Press (with Peter Woods & Chiwan Choi)

Mount Washington, Los Angeles – Address will be sent to you before the event.

The event is free, but space is limited - RSVP here- http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/831481 

www.enter-text.com

RSVP on Facebook, too

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