Monday, October 12, 2009

Something I Was Informed About But Which I Can't Go To But Which You Might Be Interested In Going To Yourself:


ECOPOETICS 06/07: A NOMADIC, “POP UP” LAUNCH AND OPEN HOUSE
in Fritz Haeg’s Dome Colony space at Artbook@X Initiative (548 W 22nd St.)
14 October 2009
4-6pm. Readings from 5-6pm.

Readings and performances with Rodrigo Toscano, Lee Ann Brown, Thom Donovan, Julie Patton, Emily Abendroth, Jonathan Skinner and others to celebrate the release of the latest issue of ecopoetics (06/07). The editor of the magazine will be present from 4-5pm to discuss the project.

ecopoetics 06/07 (covering 2006-2009), packed with poetry, prose, criticism, translation, interviews and artwork from nearly eighty contributors. An Australian Eco-Poetics section, guest-edited by Michael Farrell. A Theodore Enslin feature. Interviews with Gary Snyder and mIEKAL aND. New work from Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, Benjamin Friedlander, Forrest Gander, Joan Retallack, Andrew Schelling, Gary Snyder, and others. Bilingual pages from Antonio Ochoa and Angélica Tornero. Collapsible poetics by Rodrigo Toscano. Rachel Blau DuPlessis’s “Nanifesto.” Artwork by Christine Boileau, Justin Clemens, Ray Meeks, Isabelle Pelissier and Stephen Vincent. Ten color plates. Bark beetle translations, sound walks, field pages, slow texts, dictionaries of imagined flora, and more . . .

Copies of the magazine will be available for purchase.

http://www.ecopoetics.org/

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