Suzanne  Doppelt

Suzanne Doppelt

Suzanne Doppelt is a writer and photographer, and her many publications merge the two fields. Her most recent books include Quelque chose cloche (P.O.L 2004,), Le pré est vénéneux (P.O.L 2007)Lazy Suzie (P.O.L 2009) and La plus grand aberration (P.O.L 2012). Three of her books have been translated into English, Ring Rang Wrong (Burning Deck, 2006), The Field is Lethal (Counterpath Press, 2011) and Lazy Suzie (Litmus Press, 2014).

Meredith Steinbach

Meredith Steinbach

Event Date [Tuesday, November 18, 2014]
Event Time [2:30 pm - 3:30 pm]
Event Location [McCormack Family Theater 70 Brown Street]

Meredith Steinbach is the author of The Charmed Life of Flowers: Field Notes from Provence (Winner of the International General Fiction Category at the 2013 Paris Book Festival); Beata Rustica: The Tale of the Would-Be SaintZaraHere Lies The WaterThe Birth of the World as We Know It; or, TeiresiasIn the Realm of Which There is No Sign; and Reliable Light.


Meredith Steinbach

Lisa Robertson

Lisa Robertson

Event Date [Tuesday, October 28, 2014]
Event Time [2:30 pm - 3:30 pm]
Event Location [McCormack Family Theater 70 Brown Street]

Lisa Robertson is a Canadian poet who now lives in France. She began publishing in the early 90s in Vancouver, where she worked for many years with the writer-run collective, Kootenay School of Writing, and in the artist-run centre community, writing texts for visual artists, a practice she continues, most recently completing an essayfor the Kunstweiher in Hamburg, for a sculptor and poet Karl Larsson.


Lisa Robertson

Daniel Tiffany

Daniel Tiffany

Event Date [Thursday, November 6, 2014]
Event Time [2:30 pm - 3:30 pm]
Event Location [McCormack Family Theater 70 Brown Street]

Daniel Tiffany is the author of a chapbook and nine volumes of poetry and literary criticism, including, most recently, My Silver Planet:  A Secret History of Poetry and Kitsch (Johns Hopkins 2014), which was nominated for the Pegasus Award in Poetry Criticism, and Neptune Park  (Omnidawn 2013), selected by the Poetry Foundation, The Volta, and Verse as one of the best poetry collections of 2013.  Previous books of poetry include


Daniel Tiffany

Daniel  Tiffany

Daniel Tiffany

Daniel Tiffany is the author of a chapbook and nine volumes of poetry and literary criticism, including, most recently, My Silver Planet:  A Secret History of Poetry and Kitsch (Johns Hopkins 2014), which was nominated for the Pegasus Award in Poetry Criticism, and Neptune Park  (Omnidawn 2013), selected by the Poetry Foundation, The Volta, and Verse as one of the best poetry collections of 2013.  Previous books of poetry include

Neo-Benshi Film Work curated by Konrad Steiner

Event Date [Saturday, November 22, 2014]
Event Time [7:30 pm - 9:00 pm]
Event Location [McCormack Family Theater 70 Brown Street]

Neo-Benshi film work films redubbed by members of the extended Literary Arts Community and curated by Konrad Steiner.  

Since 1981 filmmaker Konrad Steiner has made short non-narrative films in the American experimental tradition of unipersonal production, winning awards and screening in festivals worldwide. His primary interest is to use the moving image as a medium for compositions and performances using language, sound and cinematography.


Sandra Doller

Event Date [Tuesday, December 2, 2014]
Event Time [2:30 pm - 3:30 pm]
Event Location [McCormack Family Theater 70 Brown Street]

Sandra Doller is the author of four books: Oriflamme (Ahsahta Press, 2005), Chora (Ahsahta Press, 2010), Man Years (Subito Press, 2011), and Leave Your Body Behind(Les Figues, 2014). She has also published a collaborative book, Sonneteers (2014), with Ben Doller on Editions Eclipse, and two chapbooks, including a translation of Éric Suchère's Mystérieuse, which won the 2012 Anomalous Press translation prize.


Sandra Doller

Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi

Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi

Event Date [Thursday, December 11, 2014]
Event Time [2:30 pm - 3:30 pm]
Event Location [McCormack Family Theater 70 Brown Street]

Azareen VAn der Vliet Oloomi is an Iranian-American writer of fiction and non-fiction, and the author of the novel Fra Keeler. Her fiction and essays have appeared in publications including BOMBThe American ReaderDenver Quarterly&Now Awards II: The Best Innovative Writing, and Words Without Borders. She grew up in Iran, the United States, Spain and the United Arab Emirates. She received her MFA in Fiction from Brown University.


Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi

Tran Khai Thanh Thuy

Tran Khai Thanh Thuy

Tran Khai Thanh Thuy is a prolific Vietnamese novelist, poet, journalist and democracy advocate.  Beginning in 2006, she was repeatedly harassed and interrogated by Vietnamese authorities after publishing articles critical of the government.   She was arrested twice and imprisoned by the Vietnamese government (in April 2007, for nine months, and again in 2010, for three years).  Her husband was also arrested in 2010 and imprisoned for two years.

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