Cal Poly Pomona
Poetry and Jazz
at the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg Art Gallery
Monday, May 3, 2004
Kenny Burrell, jazz great, UCLA Music department faculty, guitarist whose cool-toned sound and unchanging style based in bop debuted on records with Dizzy Gillespie in 1951.
Will Alexander, author of numerous volumes of poetry including Asia and Haiti (Sun & Moon Press) and director of a recent literary conference on the legacy of surrealism and André Breton at Beyond Baroque Literary Center.
Dominic Cheung, a poet scholar teaching at the University of Southern California whose most recent poetic works include translations of Taiwanese poets, Selected Poems (1999), A Map of Drifting (2001) and Drifting (in English, Green Integer Books, Los Angeles/Kobenhaven, 2000).
Guy Bennett, author of four books of poetry, most recently Drive to Cluster (2003), and, with Béatrice Mousli, of Charting the Here of There: French & American Poetry in Translation in Literary Magazines, 1850-2002 (2002). His translations include books by Mostafa Nissabouri, Michel Leiris, Nicole Brossard, Valère Novarina, and Jacques Roubaud.
For more information, please contact Deborah Meadows at 909-869-4968
Many thanks to our sponsors:
Department of Liberal Studies, Office of the Dean of College of Education and Integrative Studies, Associated Students Incorporated, ASI BEAT, Department of Ethnic and Women's Studies, Interdisciplinary General Education Program, Instructional & Information Technology, Office of the Provost, Poets and Writers, Inc. through a grant received from The James Irvine Foundation, and the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery.