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I created Catherine's List after members of my last workshop
requested that it never end. Catherine's List is intended to be a
forum for discussions about poetry writing and poetry as literature,
among other things, such as announcements.

It is my list. I approve all messages. Daly rules: no attachments,
no purple italic, no centering, judicious use of ellipses and
exclamation points, please.

How to get started? Post an introduction, a link to your home page,
a list of books you like.

While everything is archived at Yahoo, I am going to devote my blog
to messages from this list, and messages I post to other lists. I
may cc: this list on messages I post to other lists.

More soon,
Catherine Daly
Two competing events April 15!

Writers & Teachers
Patty Seyburn with students Fred Green, Holly Interlandi
7:30 pm
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
10850 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90064

Rocio Carlos, PEN West Rosenthal Fellow (and former student of mine), featured reading at the Cobalt Cafe
+ Open
22047 Sherman Way
Canoga Park, CA
Sign-up 8:30pm
Starts 9pm
1 drink min
Hosted by the Valley Contemporary Poets

Readings and events this week in San Diego:
"A Border Reading":

Susan Schultz, Catherine Daly, Walter Lew, and Deborah Meadows will be reading their poetry and talking about it at the ACLA (American Comparative Literature Association) Annual Conference in San Marcos, California, US, April 5, 2003.

Schultz is author of _Aleatory Allegories_, editor of _Tinfish_, and professor at University of Hawai'i. Daly is author of the forthcoming _DaDaDa_; _Tinfish_ has published poems from that ms. Lew is author of _Treadwinds_ (Wesleyan); Tinfish Press will republish his _IKTH DIKTE for DICTEE_. Meadows is author of the forthcoming _Representing Absence_ (Green Integer), author of a forthcoming Tinfish Press chapbook, and lecturer at Cal Poly Pomona.
Readings and events this week in Los Angeles:

Wendy Kramer at the UCLA Hammer Museum
Organized and hosted by Catherine Daly, this exploration of new genres brings together a wide range of performance, multi-media experiences, and music.

Friday, April 4, 7pm

Wendy Kramer's stunning image collages are poems. Visually, they are "songs without words"; each time they are read or performed, they change. Whether the collages are read on page or screen by ordinary readers and audience members, or by the poet herself in this premiere LA multi-media performance, the effect is fresh and new.


Admission to Hammer programs is FREE. No reservations are necessary, and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking is available under the Museum.

10899 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
310.443.7000; TTY: 310.443.7094