Tuesday, October 26, 2010

 

Now – October 25 in Manchester, UK
Manchester Literary Festival

Abstraction Revisited
Chelsea Art Museum
Now – Nov 27

Now December 1 in Brockton, MA
Emily Dickinson
is the focus of The Big Read

Now – January 9 in NYC
The Perpetual Peace Project

Now – April 13, in Philly,
Penn Humanities Forum
on Virtuality

October 24 in Queens
Handheld History

October 25 in NYC,
Adonis at the 92nd St Y

October 25 in Paris
Bernard Noël & Eléna Rivera

October 25 in Washington, DC
W.S. Merwin

October 26 in Philadelphia,
Burt Kimmelman

October 26 in Philadelphia
Blanchot & the Political

October 26 in Austin, TX,
Louder than a Bomb

October 27 in LA,
Louder than a Bomb

October 27 in SF
Ravi Shankar with Anoushka Shankar

October 27 in NYC
Rachel Loden & Jerome Sala

October 28 in SF,
a celebration of Barbara Guest
with Eileen Tabios

October 28 in Berkeley
Barbara Jane Reyes & Javier Huerta

October 28 in Chicago
John Balaban & Le Pham Le

October 28 – December 4 in NYC
Stephanie Taylor

October 28 in Philadelphia,
Fred Moten

October 28 in Durham, NC
W.S. Merwin

October 29 in NYC
Andy Croft, Minnie Bruce Pratt & Thomas Sayers Ellis

October 30 in Chicago
Carol Novack & Anthony Madrid

October 30 in NYC
Arkadii Dragomoshchenko & Dorothea Lasky

October 30 in Toronto
Vanessa Place

October 30
Ezra Pound turns 125

October 30 in Philadelphia,
Kelly Writers House 15th Anniversary celebration

October 30 – November 2 in Austerlitz, NY
Jonathan Skinner’s workshop on ecopoetics

October 31 in Brooklyn
Susan Gevirtz & Steve Dickison

November 1 in London
An audience with Terry Riley

November 1 in Glassboro, NJ
CAConrad

November 1 in Philadelphia
Major Jackson & Daniel Donaghy

November 1 in NYC
Adonis

November 2 in Hickory, NY
W.S. Merwin

November 2 in LA
Vanessa Place

November 2 in Berkeley
Lewis Warsh & Gloria Frym

November 2 – December 17 in Philadelphia
Charles Burwell

November 3 in NYC
(Jeni Olin) Truck Darling & John Olson

November 3 in Philadelphia,
Arkadii Dragomoshchenko

November 3 in London
Terry Riley with Talvin Singh & George Brooks

November 4 in Boston,
Louder than a Bomb

November 4 in Philadelphia,
Edwidge Danticat & Linh Dinh

November 4 in NYC
Celebrating Pedro Pietri

November 4 in Chicago,
Naomi Shihab Nye

November 4 in Seattle
Dorothea Lasky & Lewis Warsh

November 4 in London
Wim Mertens

November 5 – 7 in NYC
NY Art Book Fair

November 5 in NYC
Jerome Rothenberg
on experimental romanticism

November 5 in NYC
Gary Jackson

November 6 in NYC
Rod Smith & Lawrence Giffin

November 7 in Portland, OR
Lewis Warsh & Alicia Cohen

November 7 in SF
Linda King, Jack Hirschman,
Neeli Cherkovski & A.D. Winans

November 7 in Concord, MA
Every Broom & Bridget
a play about Emily Dickinson

November 7 in London
Hortus Musicus celebrates
Arvo Pärt & Giya Kancheli

November 8 – 14 in Philly,
First Person Festival

November 8 in Chicago
Joshua Kotin
workshop:
“Reading Ezra Pound & J.H. Prynne
in Chinese”

November 8 in NYC
Jennifer Karmin & Brandon Shimoda

November 9 in Berkeley
The psychedelic partnership of
Allen Ginsberg & Timothy Leary

November 9 in NYC
Contemporary art auction @ Sotheby’s

November 9 – 14 in Kent, UK
Charles Olson 2010

November 10 in NYC
Cue Foundation benefit auction

November 10 in NYC
Contemporary art auction @ Sotheby’s
(different work from 11/9 auction)

November 10 – 11 in Buffalo
Aldon Nielsen

November 12 in Glasgow
Vanessa Place

November 12 in NYC,
Ezra Pound poetry reading

with Eliot Weinberger, Kristen Prevallet, Rosmarie Waldrop,
Richard Sieburth, Mathew Rohrer, Sam Anderson
& Ian MacNiven

November 12 in NYC
Michael Dickman

November 14 in Chicago
Joanna Fuhrman & Suzanne Buffam

November 14 in Chicago
Thomas Lynch

November 14 in Portland, OR
Jennifer Calkins, Amina Cain,
Doug Nufer, Pam Ore, & Christine Wertheim

November 14 in SF
Vijay Iyer Trio

November 17 in Philadelphia,
Claudia Swan:
Counterfeit Chimeras

November 17 in Philadelphia,
Ammiel Alcalay

November 18 in NYC
Eileen Myles & Stacy Szymaszek

November 18 in SF,
Cedar Sigo & Simon Pettet

November 18 in NYC
Charles Wright

November 18 in Seattle
Kazim Ali & Sarah Vap

November 19 in Buffalo
Amy Gerstler

November 21 in Chicago
Kim Rosenfield & Karen Weiser

November 22 in Buffalo
Lisa Robertson

November 23 in Philadelphia
Salman Rushdie
(auditorium sold out)

November 28 in Portland, OR
Christian Hawkey

December 2 in Chicago
Johan Jönson, Sarah Riggs and Cole Swensen

December 3 in Brooklyn
Conjunctions’ Urban Arias
with Brian Evenson, Karen Russell, Paul La Farge,
Stephen O’Connor, & John Madera

December 4 in Cambridge, MA,
Iranian poet Karimi-Hakak reading Hafez

December 6 in London
Tom Raworth & Hugo Williams

December 6 in Philadelphia
A.V. Christie & Elizabeth Scanlon

December 8 in Philadelphia
Patti Smith
(auditorium sold out)

December 10 in Seattle
Robert Wrigley

December 10 in NYC
Marie Howe

December 11 in SF,
Rob Halpern gives
the George Oppen Memorial Lecture

December 12 in Chicago
Bhanu Kapil

December 12 in Portland, OR
Kristen Gallagher & Chris Alexander

December 16 in NYC
Charles Bernstein & Tim Peterson

December 18 in SF,
4 films by Nathaniel Dorsky

January 6 – 16 in Key West
Key West Literary Seminar

January 10 in Philadelphia
Susan Stewart & Leonard Gontarek

January 20 in Philadelphia
Jemeel Moondoc Trio

January 24 in London
Fiona Sampson & Mimi Khalvati

February 11 in Bolinas, CA
W.S. Merwin

February 14 in Hickory, NC
Kevin Young

February 17 in NYC
Ann Lauterbach & Paul Foster Johnson

March 7 in London
Michael Longley & Sinead Morrissey

March 7 in Philadelphia
Daisy Fried & Sebastian Agudelo

March 10 in NYC
John Ashbery & Paolo Javier

March 14 in London
Paul Muldoon

March 19 in Brocton, MA
Joan Houlihan & Daniel Tobin

April 4 in Philadelphia
Teresa Leo & Kate Northrop

April 16 in Brocton, MA
F.D. Reeve & Diana Der-Hovanessian

April 21 in NYC
Michael Lally & Brenda Iijima

April 30 in Bury, Lancashire
Ron Silliman, Satu Kaikkonen & Karri Kokko

May 12 in Brocton, MA
Bert Stern & January G. O’Neil

June 23-26 in Alberta.
Marshall McLuhan’s centenary celebration

 

 

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