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The Poetry Center presents Douglas Kearney and Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta, reading and in conversation. Douglas Kearney performs works from his books Buck Studies (Fence Books, 2016) and Someone Took They Tongues (Subito Press, 2016), as well as new work, plus an improvised piece incorporating lines out of books from Poetry Center shelves (Lawrence Raab, Mark Jarman, Maude Meehan, Artie Gold, Rochelle Owens, and the North Coast Review) with Kearney's own Buck Studies and Mess and Mess and (Noemi Press, 2015). Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta reads new works and poetry from her book The Easy Body (Timeless, Infinite Light, 2017). The readings are followed by an extended conversation with the audience.
The Poetry Center presents poets Katy Bohinc, reading from Dear Alain (Tender Buttons Press, 2014) and Paul Ebenkamp reading from The Louder the Room the Darker the Screen (Timeless, Infinite Light, 2015) and poems in manuscript, followed by a conversation between the poets and questions from the audience.
The Poetry Center presents Lauren Levin and Melissa Mack, reading and in conversation. Melissa Mack, judge for the Poetry Center Book Award, reads from her book, The Next Crystal Text (Timeless, Infinite Light, 2018), and from newer work, before introducing Levin. Lauren Levin, winner of the Poetry Center Book Award, reads excerpts from their prize-winning book The Braid (Krupskaya Books, 2016), along with additional excerpts from their new book Justice Piece // Transmission (Timeless, Infinite Light, 2018). The poets' readings are followed by an extended conversation with one another and in response to questions from the audience.
The Poetry Center, with support by the Sam Mazza Foundation, presents Mazza Writer in Residence Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta along with Daisy Zamora, reading and in conversation. Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta reads a new unpublished poem and their essay "A Film About Bleeding, Composed of Previously Discarded Fragments" (Open Space, 2018). Daisy Zamora reads from The Violent Foam (Curbstone Press, 2002) and La violenta espuma (Visor, 2017) as well as newer, unpublished poems, reading both in Spanish and in translations by George Evans. The readings are followed by a conversation with the audience.