Forthcoming Events

Sunday June 27th Metropolitan Museum 1:00PM “Picasso, Pablo Ruiz: Spanish Poet Who Dabbled in Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture”” A conference & reading by Pierre Joris, co-editor and translator of Pablo Picasso’s poetry: The Burial Of The Count Of Orgaz & Other Poems Nicole Peyrafitte will read  the French & Spanish versions of Picasso’s texts. * * * Tuesday June 29th TRIALOGUES @  The Vision Festival XV Abrons Arts Center … Read more Forthcoming Events


This Sunday, June 6, from 4:00 to 6:00, will be the “official” opening/reading celebration of: WALTZING IN QUICKSAND: POETS IN COLLAGE Star Black, Steven Dalachinsky, Bob Heman, Aaron Howard, Valery Oisteanu, Yuko Otomo, Nicole Peyrafitte, Lewis Warsh, Bruce Weber, Jeffrey Cyphers Wright Curated by Bruce Weber May 21-June 27, 2010 TRIBES GALLERY   285 East 3rd St. (betw. Aves. C and D), 2nd Floor Gallery Hours: Mon. 11-6, Tues.-Fri. 10-6, … Read more WALTZING IN QUICKSAND: POETS IN COLLAGE

MaelstrÖm Revolution Festival

Thursday May 27th 7pm MaelstrÖm Revolution Festival Jerome Rothenberg/Pierre Joris/Nicole Peyrafitte + a group of Belgian & US Artists at The Invisible Dog 51 Bergen Street, Brooklyn * * * complete tentative line-up as of this morning: The evening starts at 7pm -David Giannoni – Dwayne Morgan – Antoine Boute – Jerome Rothenberg – Vincent Tholomé —First Break— – Olivier Dombret – Benjamin Pottel – Kat Georges and Peter … Read more MaelstrÖm Revolution Festival

Paris Poetry Reading

Celebrate translation in literature with IVY Writers: Multilingual performances and bilingual readings will punctuate this evening which is to celebrate language, sound, poetry, connections. Please join authors Pierre Joris (American, who has written more than 40 books), Christophe Ippolito (American translator of books by Lebanese author Nadia Tuéni), Christophe Marchand-Kiss (French author and translator of numerous anglophone and other writers), Mark Goldstein (Canadian publisher, author and translator of Celan … Read more Paris Poetry Reading

Alice Notley at BPC

Here is a hand-made or -held recording of the final poem Alice Notley read yesterday afternoon at the Bowery Poetry Club’s Segue Reading Series. It is “At Poe’s Grave” from Reason and Other Women, just published by chax Press.You can read what I say about the book in a previous post on Nomadics, here. Enjoy: [audio:]