Monday, February 06, 2006

Small Press Traffic is pleased to present a reading by

Gloria Frym & Bernadette Mayer

Friday, February 10, 2006 at 7:30 p.m.
Co-sponsored by the CCA MFA Program in Writing

Gloria Frym's most recent collection of poems, Homeless at Home, won an
American Book Award in 2002. A new collection, Solution Simulacra, is
forthcoming from United Artists Books in 2006. Frym's other books include the
story collections Distance No Object (City Lights Books), and How I Learned
(Coffee House Press); a number of other poetry collections; and a book of
interviews, Second Stories: Conversations with Women Artists (Chronicle
Books). The Austin Chronicle says "Gloria Frym's Distance No Object is
possibly ahead of its time while masquerading as an elegy for an end to an

Generous, prolific, and beloved, Bernadette Mayer is one of the major figures
of her generation of experimental poets. The San Francisco Chronicle calls her
"One of the most interesting, exciting, and open of late-20th century
experimental poets." Mayer joins us from New York in celebration of her new
book, Scarlet Tanager, out last year from New Directions. Her other books
include Proper Name and Other Stories (1996), The Desires of Mothers to Please
Others in Letters (1994), The Bernadette Mayer Reader (1992), Sonnets (1989),
Midwinter Day (1982), The Golden Book of Words (1978), and Ceremony Latin

for directions & a map please see our website

Timken Lecture Hall, CCA SF campus
1111 8th Street, San Francisco
just off the intersection of 16th & Wisconsin

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