I'm pleased to announce that, likely right in time for the release of a 2nd, slightly updated edition (w/full print run) of my new book Occultations, I'll be heading to the Bay to read alongside Laura Elrick and Lara Durback for SPT on Feb 18. This reading and discussion is part of the spring season, and one of several readings/discussions that will make up the series At the Borders: Intersections of Politics and Practice. I'm thrilled to read alongside Laura and Lara. Laura's work I've loved for many years; it's been deeply influential (sorry, Laura) to my own thinking and writing. And Lara Durback's work I've just now come to and was blown away by it, thanks to David Buuck who sent me Durback's Zine Chapbook. I wrote a brief rec. review of it here a couple weeks ago, which will appear over at No Tell Motel for Reb Livingston's holiday recommendations in a week or so.
Many, many thanks to Samantha Giles for the invite, and to all of those folks who've worked on the spring schedule, making the lineup below possible. Wish I could stay a month... at very least I'll have to come back for an event or two as I begin a spring-summer reading schedule on the west & east coasts. From SPT's blog, here is that lineup: