Thursday, March 15, 2007

ARTIFACT : 3.17.07 : Gluck : Robertson




ARTIFACT presents...


Bob Glück
Lisa Robertson

March 17, 2007
7:30PM
Reading begins at 8PM

$5 donation goes to readers & drinks!
(no one is turned away for lack of funds)

2921B Folsom St. @ 25th St. SF 94110
www.artifactsf.org

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Bios

Robert Glück is the author of nine books of poetry and fiction, including two novels, Margery Kempe and Jack the Modernist. His new book of stories, Denny Smith, appeared in 2004. Glück was co-director of Small Press Traffic, director of The Poetry Center at San Francisco State, and Associate Editor at Lapis Press. Glück’s poetry and fiction has been published in the New Directions Anthology, City Lights Anthologies, Best New Gay Fiction 1988 and 1996, The Norton Anthology of World Literature, Best American Erotica 1996 and 2005, and The Faber Book of Gay Short Fiction. His critical articles appeared in Artforum International, Poetics Journal, The Review of Contemporary Fiction, and Nest: A Quarterly of Interiors, and he prefaced, Between Life and Death, a book of paintings by Frank Moore. Last year he received the Gertrude Stein Award for Innovative Poetry. With Dean Smith, Glück has made a film, Aliengnosis. He teaches at San Francisco State and he is an editor of Narrativity, a web journal. In 2005, Coach House Press published Biting The Error: Writers on Narrative, an anthology edited by Glück, Camille Roy, Mary Berger and Gail Scott.

Lisa Robertson just learned that she will be visiting artist at California College of the Arts in 2007-08. Her most recent publications are The Men (Bookthug, Toronto) and Rousseau's Boat (Nomados, Vancouver). Just now, she is writing an essay on Piranesi, Sir John Soane, and the architecture of the book, for a colloquium in Corner Brook, Newfoundland.



3 comments:

New Yipes said...

pretty flyer, Melissa

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artifact reading series said...

thank you david! yrs are always very purty.