Saturday, February 09, 2008

Panel and Reading Image Gallery

Tune your browser to:

http://www.terrain.org/img/gallery/index.html

for images of recent Terrain.org and related literary events in New York City, including:

"The Future of Environmental Essay" panel at the AWP conference, facilitated by Terrain.org editor Simmons Buntin and featuring Alison Hawthorne Deming, David Gessner, David Rothenberg, and Lauret Savoy (look for the text of their presentations in the July issue of Terrain.org).

Terrain.org 10th Anniversity Reading, featuring Scott Edward Anderson, Teague Bohlen, Simmons B. Buntin, Scott Calhoun, Philip Fried, Deborah Fries, Suzanne Frischkorn, Donna J. Gelagotis Lee, Dennis Must, Shann Palmer, David Rothenberg, Andrew Wingfield, and Jake Adam York; at Cornelia Street Cafe

Salmon: A Journey in Poetry Anthology Launch & Reading, hosted by Salmon Poetry publisher Jessie Lendennie, and featuring Simmons B. Buntin and others; at the Bowery Poetry Club

http://www.terrain.org/img/gallery/index.html

1 comment:

Walt said...

The Bowery Poetry Club announces its first ever live web broadcast. Click link below.

www.rfg3travel.com/bowerypoetryclub

Saturday, February 16 2008
8:00pm - 9:30pm

NYSCA and Bowery Arts and Science National Treasures Presents: JOHN GIORNO, JAVIER COLIS, JULIAN BLAINE-$10, students FREE

John Giorno (b. 1936), New York poet and performer associated with the counterculture movement and New York School of poetry of the 1960s, and friend to artists such as William Burroughs, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol, revolutionized the way poetry is written, presented, performed and disseminated. His contribution to American literature has involved the attempt to link poetry with other media. Giorno Poetry Systems, begun in 1965, and later Dial-a-Poem, incorporated the use of electronic and multi-media to create new venues and a broad audience for the spoken word.