Monday, September 13, 2010

Studio One Reading Series is on September 24th with Brian Teare and Martha Ronk. Music from Campos-Quinn.

The recipient of Stegner, National Endowment for the Arts, and MacDowell Colony poetry fellowships, Brian Teare is the author of The Room Where I Was Born, Sight Map, and Pleasure, as well as the chapbooks Pilgrim and Transcendental Grammar Crown. On the graduate faculties of Mills College and University of San Francisco, he lives in San Francisco, where he also makes books by hand for his micropress, Albion Books.

Single Slit Diffraction Pattern is a tape loop and flicker film based project that pokes a third-eye stalk through the veils of bodily perception. Cresting waves of drone, vocals ripped apart, drifting sands of hum and buzz. Flickering sphincters, full body epileptic fits. From Michael Campos-Quinn and Curtis Tamm.

Martha Ronk is the author of eight books, most recently Why/Why Not from UC Press, In a landscape of having to repeat, Omnidawn (a PEN USA best poetry book) and Vertigo, a National Poetry Series selection, Coffee House Press. She is also the author of Glass Grapes and other stories from BOA Editions, 2008 and teaches Renaissance literature and creative writing at Occidental College in Los Angeles.

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