Thursday, November 8, 2007

For Your Thursday May I Suggest This:

NYCAMS Poetry Reading

Thursday, November 8, 2007 at 7 pm

Jeremy Sigler and Christopher Stackhouse

44 West 28th Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10001

Jeremy Sigler:
Brooklyn-based poet Jeremy Sigler's next collection of poems, "Crackpot
Poet," is forthcoming from Black Square Editions. He recently collaborated
with Jessica Stockholder on a letterpress book called "Led Almost by My
Tie." Sigler was a recent recipient of the Lannan Foundation's literary
fellowship in Marfa, Texas. A few of his poems appeared in "Flow" by Ari
Marcopoulos, and he most recently read at the MAK in Los Angeles. He is the
Associate Editor of Parkett, and the US Reviews Editor of Modern Painters.
Sigler contributes art criticism to the Brooklyn Rail, and teaches
pataphysics at the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Christopher Stackhouse:
Christopher Stackhouse is a writer and visual artist originally from Michigan. He has worked in several media including film and video, music recording, staged theater, painting and drawing. He is a contributing editor at Fence Magazine; a 2009 MFA candidate in Writing at Bard College; a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow in Poetry 2005. His drawings, essays, reviews, poems, and other writing have appeared in various print and on-line publications. He is author of a collection of poems, "Slip" (Corollary Press, 2005), and co-author of "Seismosis" (1913 Press, 2006) which features a collaboration of Stackhouse's drawings with text by writer/author/professor John Keene. Christopher Stackhouse lives and works in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

For more info contact:
John Silvis
Program Director/Assistant Professor of Art
44 West 28th Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10001
office: 212.213.3011

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