Monday, October 23, 2006

Doris : Williams : Milosevich : 10/29 : New Yipes

Sunday, Oct. 29
at 21 GRAND
416 25th St
(corner B'way)
Oakland, CA
7 pm | $4 O.B.O.

STACY DORIS's new books are Knot (U. Georgia) and Cheerleader's
Guide to the World: Council Book (Roof). Forthcoming is The Cake Part.
She also writes books in French, most recently Parlement (P.O.L.),
and has co-edited several collections of contemporary French poetry
in translation. She is studying Greek and Arabic.

TYRONE WILLIAMS teaches literature and theory at Xavier University in
Cincinnati, Ohio. His book c.c. was published by Krupskaya Books in
2002 and the chapbooks AAB and Futures, Elections were published in
2004. New work is forthcoming in fasicles, Cincinnati Poetry Review and
the cultural society. A new chapbook, Musique Noir, is forthcoming from
Overhere Press and a new book, the Hero Project of the Century, is
forthcoming from The Backwaters Press in 2007. He is currently
writing a book for Atelos.

Born on the dusty plains of Texas, KARLA MILOSEVICH moved to
California and received her BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute.
This summer, the video artist exhibited an animation entitled "Weeping
Willow" in the project room at Kavi Gupta Gallery in Chicago. "See Me.
Feel Me.", Milosevich's curated program of music videos based on The
Who's rock opera "Tommy" recently screened at Worm in Rotterdam.
Milosevich has co-written two plays with Kevin Killian entitled "Love
Can Build a Bridge" and "The Red and The Green." She is currently
working on new videos and selling t-shirts by artists at

Soon to follow:

Nov. 19: E. Tracy Grinnell and Erin Morrill

Dec. 17: Hooke Press presents Kevin Killian and Lauren Shufran, with
music by Aero-Mic'd

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