Friday, October 4 – Site/Nonsite Detroit: Poetry @ASAP

Site/Nonsite Detroit: Poetry @ASAP

http://www.english.wayne.edu/fac_pages/ewatten/pdfs/ASAP%20reading.pdf

Brian Ang (Oakland, CA; editor of Armed Cell); Sara Larsen; (Oakland, CA; organizer of The Public School); David Lau (Santa Cruz, CA; editor of Lana Turner); Rob Halpern (Ypsilanti, MI; author of Music for Porn); Jonathan Stalling (Norman, OK; author of Yingelishi); UIjana Wolf (Berlin/Brooklyn; author of falsche freunde). Hosted by Tyrone Williams (Xavier University). Organized by Barrett Watten (Wayne State University).

Friday, October 4, 7:30–9:00 PM TheWelcome Center @ Wayne State University Woodward and Warren, Detroit Free and open to the public!

Upcoming: Carla Harryman M–/W– launch (9/28)

 
Carla Harryman and George Tysh kick off the evidence series in Ferndale on September 28.
 
evidence:
                new writing in the metro
                        Saturday, September 28, 8 pm
                             Carla Harryman: M–/W– launch
                             George Tysh
                                    407 West Marshall, Ferndale 48220
*For info on Carla Harryman’s  M–/W–  visit  http://splitleveltexts.com/texts/w-m    

Bathhouse and more

This week is jam packed with creative writing.  Bathhouse reading series presents  two performers. November 28th will be a reading featuring Dimitri Anatasopoulo, Camille Roy, and Rachel Levitsky.

Then, join us on the 29th for a panel discussion with our presenters moderated by our own Carla Harryman entitled: Intersections: Community, Politics and Art.

The event takes place at Roosevelt Hall from 4-6pm both days, so if you cannot make one there is another. For more information be sure to check out the reading series page.

But wait, there’s more! After the Bathhouse reading EMU’s Nicholas Mourning will be performing at Wednesday Night Sessions at the Mentobe Cafe in Farmington. This is the final reading of the year so be sure to catch it if you can. Other “fantastic” authors include Steve Gillis, Mary Minock, and Horam Kim. The event beings at 7pm and should run about one hour.

In other news Dr. Rob Halpern has recently been awarded the Sexiest Poem Award! Congrats to Rob, one of the Creative Writing faculty here at EMU.