I'll be giving a talk & reading from 2 new books--Occultations (Black Radish Books, forth. April 2010) and Prefab Eulogies (BlazeVox, 2010)--at Pilot Bookstore as part of the Poetry At Pilot in March series. It'll be great to work alongside Reg Johanson, who I haven't seen since our 2008 PRESS Conference, and whose work I deeply admire. As umbrella series and venue, Pilot is teaming up with the curators of Big Pelt Talkie, which will be hosting Reg and I. Thanks much to everyone at Pilot and to the curators of Big Pelt. See you there.
BIG PELT III
David Wolach &
At Pilot Books
219 broadway ave e (upstairs)
Big Pelt Talkies are a series of readings and comissioned essays by poets. No villiage explainers. The March reading is wrapped up in small fest.
& for those of you that missed Cris Costa & Emily Fedoruk in February, video of their poetics statement is up on yourkeyed.
David Wolach is founding editor of Eulogies Vol 1: Nothings Houses (BlazeVox, forth. 2010), and Hospitalogy (Scantily Clad Press, forth. 2010). His work has most recently appeared in or is forthcoming from 5_Trope, Aufgabe, Jacket, No Tell Motel, & Little Red Leaves. Wolach is professor of text arts, & poetics The Evergreen State College & visiting professor in Bard College’s Workshop In Language & Thinking. & Press, & curator of the series devoted to the intersection of experiments in texts & radical politics, PRESS. Wolach’s most recent books are Occultations (Black Radish Books, forth. 2010),Prefab
Reg Johanson is the co-author, with Roger Farr and Aaron Vidaver, of N 49 19. 47 – W 123 8. 11 (PILLS 2008). Courage, My Love (Line Books, 2006), brings together a selection of works that have appeared over the last decade in W magazine, the chapbookChips (Thuja, 2001), and in the anthologies Shift and Switch: New Canadian Poetry (Mercury, 2005) and Companions and Horizons(WCL, 2005). Critical work on, and an interview with, Marie Annharte Baker has appeared in the anthology Antiphonies (The Gig, 2008) and in The Capilano Review 3 / 10. Work on Standard English as a classist and racializing disciplinary practice, and on the political economy of “cheating” and plagiarism, has appeared in XCP: Cross Cultural Poetics and as “Working Papers inCritical Practice #1” (recomposition.net); other essays on “the radical” in poetry, on representations of missing women, global urbanization, and Capilano University Editions (CUE)Open Text . appear in West Coast Line and The Rain Review. Selections from the chapbook Escraches (Left Hand Press 2010) have appeared or are forthcoming in Matrix, W, and the second volume of