Two great readings are going down on Thursday! Where will you be?
Annoying Diabetic Bitch (Combo Books)-- Sharon Mesmer
Sonnetalia (Roof Books)-- Marc Nasdor
Thursday, January 24
Mehanata Bulgarian Bar
113 Ludlow Street
Eugene Hütz of Gogol Bordello DJ-ing at 10:30
F/J/M/Z trains to Delancey/Essex
Free admission until 10:30
READINGS AT MAX PROTETCH
Thursday, January 24, 2008 7pm
Ann Lauterbach & Garrett Kalleberg
Free and open to the public
Garrett Kalleberg is the author of Some Mantic Daemons, Psychological Corporations, and Limbic Odes. His poems, reviews and translations have appeared in Brooklyn Rail, The Canary, Crowd, Damn the Caesars, Tragaluz (Mexico), Fence, Sulfur, First Intensity, Denver Quarterly, A.bacus, and Mandorla, and in An Anthology of New (American) Poets. His awards for poetry and critical writing include two awards from the Academy of American Poets and two grants from The Fund for Poetry. Garrett lives in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Ann Lauterbach has published seven collections of poetry: Many Times, But Then (1979), Before Recollection (1987), Clamor (1991), And For Example (1994), On A Stair 1997), If in Time :Selected Poems 1975-2000 (2001) and Hum (2005), several chapbooks, and collaborations with visual artists, including How Things Bear Their Telling with Lucio Pozzi and A Clown, Some Colors, A Doll, Her Stories, A Song, A Moonlit Cove with Ellen Phelan for the Library Fellows of the Whitney Museum, New York. She has written on art and poetics in relation to cultural value, notably in a series of seven columns for the American Poetry Review entitled "The Night Sky", essays on sculptor David Smith's writings and drawings, and a collaborative work for sculptor Ann Hamilton's "Whitecloth" catalogue for the Aldrich Museum. A colletion of her prose: The Night Sky: Writings on the Poetics of Experience was published in 2005 by Viking, and will be re-issued in Penguin paper in spring 2008. Lauterbach is Co- Director of Writing in the Milton Avery Gradute School of the Arts and Ruth and David Schwab II Professor of Language and Literature at Bard College. She is the recipient of Guggenheim, New York State Foundation for the Arts, Ingram Merrill and MacArthur fellowships. She is a Visiting Critic (sculpture and painting) at the Yale School of Art.
Hosted by Stuart Krimko and Christopher Stackhouse
Max Protetch511 W. 22nd St. (btwn 10-11ave)New York, New York 10011 212. 633. email@example.com