BathHouse Events is pleased to announce our 2nd Fall 2017 BathHouse Event: a Fiction Reading by Joanna Ruocco.
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It excites the Creative Writing blog to announce the Creative Writing Graduate Showcase on Thursday, April 18th from six until eight in the evening. This blessed event will be hosted in the Carillon Room in the Halle Library on EMU‘s campus. The graduate performances promise to “blow down doors and hurl windows from the highest of towers.” Those performing include Nicholas “Mr. Electric Ocean” Mourning, Arthur “Ace” Challenger Oemke, and the articulated semtex-man Gerard Breitenbeck. Each will be performing an aspect of their Creative Masters Thesis projects. Mourning’s work is a an ethnographic mapping that bisects poetics and the electric self. Oemke’s can best be referred to as debauched fiction that attempts to undermine the authority of the sensorium. Capping the event, Breitenbeck will showcase new forms which break stale narrative sculptures and blast through our rectangular age with a re-percussive return to the early eighties.
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.
Great news! Upcoming performances by the Temporal Arts Collective. The event, [ a n o c t a v e ], will be taking place Saturday November 17th at 9:00pm 106. N. Adams Apt. 2 in Ypsilanti. The event promises to be “an evening of contemporary poetry.” A mix of performers, alums, current undergrads, graduate students and innumerable others will be there. Those reading include, but are not limited to:
For more information about the Temporal Arts Collective check out their Facebook page.
If you cannot make it, fear not, the blog will send one of its staff writers to the event.
Electric Ocean Strip Search, a monthly performance series in collaboration with the EMU Student Creative Writing Group, will present Speak Easy on Tuesday, August 21, at 6:30 p.m. at Germack Coffee Roasting Company (2517 Russell St, Detroit). The Germack Coffee Roasting Company is co-sponsoring this event.
New poets and experienced performers are invited to participate in an open mic from 5:00-6:30 pm before the show. Participants are encouraged to be early and sign-up early.
EOSS is scheduling performers for the Fall and would love to have you on their shores. Email (email@example.com) or contact them on their Facebook page to perform in September, October, and November.
Every Wednesday at 8 PM, Jonas Berzanski will host a poetry event with music, spoken word, and sound art. Two sets: 8-9 PM, 9-10 PM will take place at Elmo’s Hideaway at 220 South Main St., Ann Arbor (under Elmo’s T-shirts).
Contact Jonas if you’d like to read: firstname.lastname@example.org