Reading in Vancouver, B.C. -- March 10, 2pm @ KSW
Coming full circle in two Saturdays! KSW showed me love way back in the day, when I was a young poet desperately seeking to connect his own work to ANY poetry community in Vancouver. Grateful to be reading at the new KSW space, and doubly honored to be its first reader. I remember taking mind-blowing workshops there in the 90s taught by Alice Notley, Lee Ann Brown, and Joan Retallack—with...
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Distract and Disable, Saturday, February 18, 2 PM
Via Glue Banta: “You know it had to happen eventually: a show about BIGFOOT. That’s right, Sasquatch, the Yeti, freakin’ Chewbacca, Andre the Giant in a mohair jumpsuit, whatever. If you were going to miss a show, save it for another time because believe me, you don’t want to miss this one. Besides the fact that this is Glue Banta’s last episode hosting the...
obb @ Five Years Gallery, 2/18/12
Recently completed the penultimate chapter of my long overdue comic obb aka The Original Brown Boy (with Alex Tarampi), which will be featured in a group show at Five Years Gallery in London opening this Friday. My participation comes courtesy of David Berridge’s Very Small Kitchen, which will publish both limited print & digital editions of the book-length work later this year.
Un-Valentine's Day Reading @ the Queens Kickshaw,...
Emerging briefly from my winter hibernation this Wednesday to take part in the Un-Valentine’s Day reading at The Queens Kickshaw. The joint’s fab owner promises to whip me up a special batch of bibingka (Filipino rice cakes) and avocado shakes, which I promise to share if you join us.
On GUDMUNDUR THORODDSEN Father’s Father
The new teaching term’s begun, and already my calendar’s filling up with upcoming events and deadlines. I promised myself I would scale back a bit on the curating end of things in the new year, and so far I’ve made good on this, taking on my own new writing projects, as well as returning to neglected ones. I also made time to write my first art review, and can’t thank...