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Current Radcliffe fellow Renee Gladman, award-winning Guggenheim fellow Ben Lerner, and New York School legend Eileen Myles, all celebrated writers of both poetry and prose, discuss their experiments with and between forms as well as their work in editing and publishing transgenre works. (rmharris)
This evening celebrates the life and work of Surinam–born Dutch poet Hans Faverey, described by J.M. Coetzee as "the purest poetic intelligence of his generation." Co–sponsored by Leon Works. $10, $7 for students and seniors, free to Poets House Members (rmharris)
Critic and novelist Samuel R. Delany published his first novel, The Jewels of Aptor, in 1962 at the age of 20. Since then he has gone on to become one of the most widely influential science fiction writers in America. He is a winner of four Nebula Awards, two Hugo Awards, and the William Whitehead Memorial Award for a Lifetime’s Contribution to Lesbian and Gay writing. His latest novel is Dark Reflections, and Through the Valley of the Nest of Spiders is forthcoming. He is a professor of English and creative writing at Temple University. Renee Gladman is the author of four books, most recently Newcomer Can't Swim, prose installations published by Kelsey St. Press in 2007. A new work, Toaf, is forthcoming from Atelos this fall. Gladman is editor and publisher of Leon Works, an independent press for experimental prose and other thought projects based in the sentence, and teaches fiction in the Program in Literary Arts at Brown University. She lives in Jamaica Plain. (lampbane)… (més)