The Studio One Reading Series Inaugural Benefit, Saturday, January 10, 2015

The Studio One Reading Series Inaugural Benefit

The Architecture of Poetry with

Murray Silverstein and Dora Malech

SPONSORED BY LAGUNITAS BREWING COMPANY

SATURDAY | JANUARY 10 | 2015


Featured Benefit Readers, Murray Silverstein and Dora Malech

Featured Benefit Readers, Murray Silverstein and Dora Malech

Benefit Details

VIP TEA-TALK W. MURRAY SILVERSTEIN | 3 PM–4 PM |

PRICE: $100 (includes ticket to Reading & Reception & all food and drink)

READING & RECEPTION ONLY | 5 PM – 7 PM |

PRICE: $30.00 (includes entrance to Reading & Reception & all food and drink)

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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Friday, Februray 1st with Lyn Hejinian, Joshua Clover, and Brian Ang

Studio One First Fridays presents 
Lyn Hejinian, Joshua Clover, and Brian Ang

Join us for a reading on Friday, February 1st, beginning at 7:30 PM. Snacks and beverages will be provided at the event. 

 Many thanks to our emcee for the evening, Robert Andrew Perez!

Lyn Hejinian is the author of numerous books, including most recently The Book of a Thousand Eyes (Omnidawn Books, 2012) and The Wide Road, written in collaboration with Carla Harryman (Belladonna, 2010). In spring 2013, Wesleyan University Press will publish A Guide to Poetics Journal: Writing in the Expanded Field 1982-1998, co-edited by Hejinian and Barrett Watten, an anthology of works on key issues in poetics first published in Poetics Journal. And in fall 2013 Wesleyan will republish her best-known book, My Life, in an edition that will include the related My Life in the Nineties. In addition to literary writing, editing, and translating, Hejinian has in recent years been involved in anti-privatization activism at the University of California, Berkeley, where she teaches.

Joshua Clover is a writer and political antagonist living in the Bay Area. Recent work includes essays on Alain Badiou's The Rebirth of History, the relationship between riots and strikes, and "Georgic for the World System," on the poetics of geo-economic transformation. He teaches contemporary literature and Marxism at UC Davis.
 
Brian Ang is the author of Pre-Symbolic, Communism, Paradise Now, and the poetry generator THEORY ARSENAL. His current poetic project is The Totality Cantos: An Investigation of Epistemological Totality. He edits ARMED CELL in Oakland, California.

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