Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Readings in Europe

In Paris:

An end-of-the season special all-English language reading
with authors Mark Wallace & K. Lorraine Graham
Tuesday, July 7 7:30 p.m.
At : Le Next
17 rue Tiquetonne 75002 Paris
M̊ Etienne Marcel / RER Les Halles
Gratuit! Free!
(+infos sur le blog: http://ivywritersparis.blogspot.com/)

In Ghent:

Friday, July 10
K. Lorraine Graham and Mark Wallace
Galerie Link
Blekersdijk 39
9000 Gent
tel. +32 9 223 59 42
Hosted by: KRI KRI


Mark Wallace is the author of a number of books and chapbooks of poetry, fiction, and criticism. Temporary Worker Rides A Subway won the 2002 Gertrude Stein Poetry Award and was published by Green Integer Books. He is the author of a multi-genre work, Haze, and a novel, Dead Carnival. His critical articles and reviews have appeared in numerous publications, and along with Steven Marks, he edited Telling It Slant: Avant Garde Poetics of the 1990s (University of Alabama Press), a collection of 26 essays by different writers. Most recently he has published a collection of tales, Walking Dreams, and a book of poems, Felonies of Illusion.

K. Lorraine Graham is a writer and visual artist. Graham is the author of Terminal Humming (Edge Books, 2009), as well as the recording Moving Walkways (Narrowhouse Recordings, 2006) and numerous chapbooks, including And so for you there is no heartbreak (Dusie Kollektiv, 2008), Diverse Speculations Descending Therefrom (Dusie Kollektiv, 2007), See It Everywhere (Big Game Books, 2006), Terminal Humming (Slack Buddha Press, 2004), Dear [Blank] I Believe in Other Worlds (Phylum Press, 2003) and It Does Not Go Back (Subpoetics Self-Publish or Perish, 2002). Large Waves to Large Obstacles is forthcoming from Take Home Project. Other work has appeared or is forthcoming in reviews such as Traffic, Area Sneaks, and Foursquare.


Other events and readings may still be scheduled, so be on the lookout for updates.

Over the next few weeks, I’ll be checking e-mail only occasionally, but I’ll put through any comments when I can, and I'll be back in California in late July. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy the summer.

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