4.07.2004

Thursday, April 8, 2004 7:00 PM
David Bromige and Catherine Daly: Poetry Reading
Location: SEBASTOPOL, 138 North Main Street, (707) 823-2618

Former Sonoma County poet laureate and widely-published poet and teacher David Bromige is joined tonight by Los Angeles experimental poet Catherine Daly, whose work in her books Locket and DaDaDa has been described as "post-language poetry devoted to sound play and pleasure." Bromige will read from his book T is for Tether. Don't miss what is sure to be an evening of linguistic virtuosity.

http://www.copperfields.net/NASApp/store/IndexJsp;jsessionid=6D3DCB3BA5294615D909FB1CFD622FD4.t1?s=storeevents&eventId=265175

4.06.2004

Please join us for SynThink 7.0 : A Festival of Fakes

featuring presentations by international artists and a talk by
David Wilson, Founder/Director of the Museum of Jurassic Technology

Wednesday, April 14
3 - 7 pm conference
7 - 9 pm party (food, drink, live jazz)

Full information is at:
http://myweb.lmu.edu/pharris/synthink7.htm

Dr. Paul A. Harris
Associate Professor in English
Director, Graduate Program

mailing address:
Loyola Marymount University
University Hall
One LMU Drive, Suite 3800
Los Angeles, CA 90045

homepage:
http://bellarmine.lmu.edu/~pharris/

4.05.2004

"A Heart Lies Beneath”: a 7 minute pilot starring
Fabio for the Sundance Channel’s TVlab.

Screening: Thursday, April 8th, 7 - 8:30pm
Continuous Screening of Erin Cosgrove's video

CARL BERG GALLERY
6018 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Tel: 323-931-6060

Capitalism Must Fund Its Own Demise!
Accompanied by A Reader's Guide to the Baader-Meinhof Affair
March 27 - April 24, 2004

www.carlberggallery.com
Roy Ascott public lecture

April 5th, 6-8pm

in the EDA (rm 104)

11000 Kinross Avenue, Westwood


A pioneer of cybernetics and telematics in art*, Roy Ascott has shown at the Venice Biennale, Electra Paris, Ars Electronica Linz, V2 Holland, Milan Triennale, Biennale do Mercosul, Brazil, European Media Festival, and gr2000az at Graz, Austria. He has been Dean of San Francisco Art Institute, California, Professor for Communications Theory in Vienna, and Principal of Ontario College of Art, Toronto. He advises media organisations in Brazil, Japan, Korea, Europe and North America. Publications include: Art & Telematics: Toward the Construction of New Aesthetics, NTT, Tokyo, 1998; Reframing Consciousness (1999) and Art Technology Consciousness (2000), Intellect Books UK. He is an Adjunct Professor in the School of the Arts UCLA. * See: Packer, R. & Jordan, K. (eds). Multimedia: from Wagner to Virtual Reality. New York: Norton.2001.

Readings will be held at UCLA Store (located in Ackerman Union, B-Level). See below for schedule:


April 8 @ noon
Alicia Gaspar de Alba (UCLA Faculty)
Pat Payne (UCLA staff and WriteGirls mentor)
Melinda Corazon Foley (Brave New Voices)
ratpack slim
LeVan Hawkins
Cheryl Klein (WriteGirls mentor)
Maeve McGovern
Michael Datcher

April 15 @ noon
Michelle Daughtery
Alicia Vogl Saenz

April 22 @ noon
Joy Harjo (UCLA faculty)
Dorian Merino
Keren Taylor (WriteGirls mentor)

April 29 @ noon
Larry Jaffe
ariel robello
Bruce Whiteman (UCLA staff - Clark Library)
Forthcoming interview on the chicagopostmodernpoetry blog!
I am a "mystery shopper" at minimum wage at a grocery store.

Saw Carol Muske-Dukes and Lcie Brock Broido (I am currently reviewing her book for ABR) in the store just now...
POETRY CORNER – FOB 2004

SATURDAY

10:30 a.m.
Susan McCabe
Author of “Swirl.”

11 a.m.
David St. John
Author of “The Face.”

11:30 a.m.
Ana Castillo
Author of “My Father Was a Toltec: And Selected Poems.”

12 p.m.
Kim Addonizio
Author of “Tell Me.”

12:30 p.m.
Gerald Stern
Author of “American Sonnets: Poems” and “What I Can't Bear Losing: Notes from a Life.”

1 p.m.
Fanny Howe
Author of “The Wedding Dress: Meditations on Word and Life.”

1:30 p.m.
B.H. Fairchild
Author of “Early Occult Memory Systems of the Lower Midwest.”

2 p.m.
Ana Castillo
Author of “My Father Was a Toltec: And Selected Poems.”

2:30 p.m.
Carol Muske-Dukes
Author of “Sparrow: Poems.”

3 p.m.
Barbara Hurd
Author of “Entering the Stone.”

3:30 p.m.
Mark Turpin
Author of “Hammer.”

4 p.m.
Terry Wolverton
Author of “Embers.”

4:30 p.m.
Henri Cole
Author of “Middle Earth.”

5 p.m.
Lucie Brock-Broido
Author of “Trouble in Mind.”


SUNDAY

10 a.m.
Dana Gioia
Author of “California Poetry.”

10:30 a.m.
Kevin Young
Author of “Jelly Roll: A Blues.”

11 a.m.
Rosanna Warren
Author of “Departure: Poems.”

11:30 a.m.
Anthony Hecht
Author of “Collected Later Poems.”

12 p.m.
Tung-Hui Hu
Author of “The Book of Motion.”

12:30 p.m.
Suji Kwock Kim
Author of “Notes from the Divided Country.”

1 p.m.
James Ragan
Author of “In the Talking Hours” and “Gangland: The Lawyers.”

1:30 p.m.
Susan Kinsolving
Author of “The White Eyelash.”

2 p.m.
Sandra Cisneros
Author of “Vintage Cisneros.”

2:30 p.m.
August Kleinzahler
Author of “The Strange Hours Travelers Keep.”

3 p.m.
Coleman Barks
Author of “The Drowned Book.”

3:30 p.m.
Arthur Vogelsang
Author of “Left Wing of a Bird: Poems.”

4 p.m.
Harryette Mullen
Author of “Blues Baby: Early Poems.”