Negotiating the social bond of poetics—KSW Reading and Critical Workshop series.
Louis Cabri’s new chapbooks are What Is Venice? (Wrinkle Press) and —that can’t (Nomados). Recent poetry appears in jacketmagazine.com, Rampike and (together with a dialogue with Roger Farr) The Capilano Review, in the anthologies Less Is More (SFU Gallery), Open Text vol. 1 (CUE), and Post-Prairie (Talon), and is forthcoming in Windsor Review. The Mood Embosser is available online at chbooks.com, webdesigned by Damien Lopez. Last year Louis edited and introduced a selected poems by Fred Wah for Wilfrid Laurier UP and with Peter Quartermain a collection of critical essays on poetry and sound (accompanying CD edited by Michael S. Hennessey) for ESC: English Studies in Canada. “The Social Mark” was a poets’ symposium he helped to curate, produced by the Slought Foundation (Philadelphia), and PhillyTalks a newsletter and events series of poets’ dialogues he edited. He has also edited (with Nicole Markotić) two issues of Open Letter featuring open letters to/from poets, and produced (with Rob Manery) hole magazine and books, and the Transparency Machine Reading Series that so far has featured over thirty events where a poet presents his or her writing in a selected context. He has written essays on Bruce Andrews, Earle Birney, P. Inman, Jackson Mac Low, Frank O’Hara, Harryette Mullen, Laura Riding, Catriona Strang, Roy Miki, Louis Zukofsky, among others, and teaches modern and contemporary US and Canadian poetry, literary theory, and creative writing at the University of Windsor, in Windsor, Ontario, where he is currently organizing a spring symposium (25-26 March 2011) on Ron Silliman’s booklength poem, the Alphabet.
This reading and critical workshop are part of an ongoing series that will run for the equivalent of one academic year, with one writer a month presenting a reading one evening and participating in a workshop, which will address the theme the following day.
Please email Nancy Gillespie at Gillespie(dot)nancy(at)gmail(dot)com to Rsvp for the workshop and to receive pertinent series information.