Friday, September 22, 2006
ARTIFACT : 10.7.06 : KAPIL : LUOMA : TREADWELL : ARTWORK BY LARSEN
THE ARTIFACT READING SERIES PRESENTS
October 7, 2006
7:30PM (reading begins at 8PM)
First come first served!
2921B Folsom St. @ 25th
SF CA 94110
***This reading is a Fundraiser to support the Artifact Reading Series, Small Press, & Public Writing Projects.***
All in attendance are kindly asked to give a $5 Donation.
However no one will be turned away for lack of funds!
All proceeds from this reading have been generously donated by the illustrious writers and artist to fund further projects of Artifact. We thank them from the bottom of our hearts! Buy their books! They are golden!!!
Bring cash and/or your checkbook as there will be lovely books to buy to round out your already brilliantly collected collection.
Bhanu Kapil teaches writing at Naropa University. Her publications include The Vertical Interrogation ofStrangers (Kelsey Street Press) and Incubation: a space for monsters (Leon Works.)
Bill Luoma is the author of Works & Days, Dear Dad and the unpublished sound sequence Some Math. He lives and works in the bay area.
Bill will also be curating a selection of visual art by printmaker David Larsen (b. 1970), whose many flyers for poetry readings can be seen in the employee restroom at Pegasus Bookstore (2349 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley).
Elizabeth Treadwell is the author of five books, the most recent of which is Cornstarch Figurine. Two new poetry collections, Wardolly and Birds & Fancies, are due out next year, from Chax Press and Shearsman Books respectively. A graduate of the Native American Studies program at UC Berkeley and the Creative Writing Program at SF State, she currently lives with her immediate and near her extended family in her hometown of Oakland. From 1997-2002, she published Outlet magazine and Double Lucy Books, and since 2000 she has been director of Small Press Traffic Literary Arts Center in San Francisco. She is currently working on a manuscript titled Virginia or the mud-flap girl. More info: elizabethtreadwell.com.