Chapbook Festival 2012 poster

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Fourth Annual

CHAPBOOK FESTIVAL MAR 28–30 2012 The Center for the Humanities chapbookfestival.org

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Wed Mar 28, 10am–1pm and 2–5pm Workshop

Hands-on Chapbook Workshops: Binding and Printing

to set their words in metal type, or try their hand at some basic binding structures. The Center for Book Arts, 28 West 27th Street, NYC Registration required: 212 481-0295

With Susan Mills and Karen Randall Join us for a hands-on immersion in bookmaking. Participants can choose

Wed Mar 28, 6:30pm Panel Discussion

Community and Publishing MC Hyland, Minnesota Center for Book Arts; Guy Pettit, Flying Object; Chuck Stebelton, Woodland Pattern The Center for Book Arts

T Thu Mar 29, 12–3pm Reading

Instance Press, Least Weasel @ Propolis Press, Magic Helicopter Books, Minutes Books, Monk Books, NOEMI, Pen Press, Pilot Books, Poets Wear Prada, Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs, Publishing Genius, Projective Industries, Slapering Hol Press, Small Fires Press, The Corresponding Society, The Physiocrats, Toadlily Press, Ugly Duckling Presse, X-ing Press/Agriculture Reader C Level, The Graduate Center, CUNY, 365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street, NYC

Agnes Fox, Argos Books, Augury Books, Belladonna*, Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop, Binge Press, Bridge Journal, Chax Press, Cy Gist Press, DoubleCross Press, Drunken Boat, Dusie Kollektiv, EOAGH, Epiphany, Flying Guillotine Press, Factory Hollow Press, Forklift, Ohio, Greying Ghost Press, H_NGM_N, Hyacinth Girl Press, Immaculate Disciples Press,

Thu Mar 29, 3pm Workshop

Wessel, Argos Books

Lunch Poems marathon poetry readings are curated by these reading series: Stain of Poetry, EOAGH, Earshot, Triptych, Popsickle, PeopleHerd Readings at Milk&Roses

C Level, The Graduate Center, CUNY Free registration required for all workshops. To register, e-mail ksullivan@gc.cuny.edu. Organized by Poetry Society of America

Digital Chapbooks

Translation & Alternative Publishing

Free registration required for all workshops. To register, e-mail ksullivan@gc.cuny.edu.

Featuring:

C Level, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Thu Mar 29, 7pm Panel Discussion

C Level, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Book Fair: Day 1

Lunch Poems– Nuts and Bolts marathon poetry for Publishers Ryan Murphy, Reservoir Editions reading Iris Cushing and Elizabeth Clark

Thu Mar 29, 5pm Workshop

Adam Robinson, Publishing Genius; Martin Rock, Epiphany; Lucy Ives, Triple Canopy

Thu Mar 29, Noon–7pm Chapbook Festival

Ammiel Alcalay, The Graduate Center, CUNY; Esther Allen, Baruch College; Anna Moschovakis, Ugly Duckling Presse; Damir Šodan, POEZIJA Magazine, Croatia

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Organized by the CUNY MFA Affiliation Group

Martin E. Segal Theatre

Fri Mar 30, Noon–7pm Chapbook Festival

Fri Mar 30, 12–3pm Reading

Book Fair: Day 2

Lunch Poems– Nuts and Bolts marathon poetry for Writers Jean Hartig, Poets & Writers reading Magazine; Cara Benson, Dusie

See above for featured publishers C Level, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Organized by The Center for the Humanities

C Level, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Lunch Poems marathon poetry readings are curated by these reading series: Stain of Poetry, EOAGH, Earshot, Triptych, Popsickle, PeopleHerd Readings at Milk&Roses

Fri Mar 30, 3pm Workshop

Kollektiv and Belladonna*; Nathaniel Otting, minutes BOOKS and Agnes Fox; Nate Pritts, H_NGM_N BKS

Free registration required for all workshops. To register, e-mail ksullivan@gc.cuny.edu. Organized by Poets & Writers

Fri Mar 30, 5pm Workshop

Fri Mar 30, 7pm Reading

Chapbooks Saved My Life

PSA Chapbook Fellowship

Brian Teare, Albion Books Free registration required for all workshops. To register, e-mail ksullivan@gc.cuny.edu.

Sarah Arvio, Timothy Donnelly, EJ Garcia, Deborah Landau, David Lehman, Marni Ludwig, Alison Roh Park, Gerald Stern, and Angela Veronica Wong

Organized by Poets House

Introduced by Alice Quinn

C Level, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Proshansky Auditorium and Lobby Reception to follow

Co-sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs, the Center for the Humanities, The Graduate Center, CUNY, the Center for Book Arts, CUNY MFA Affiliation Group, Poets House, Poetry Society of America, Poets & Writers


Amiri Baraka Diane di Prima Robert Creeley Nancy Cunard Edward Dorn Langston Hughes Kenneth Koch Joanne Kyger Daphne Marlatt Lorine Niedecker Frank O’Hara Charles Olson Muriel Rukeyser Michael Rumaker Louise Thompson Philip Whalen John Wieners The Center for the Humanities lostandfoundbooks.org

Spring 2012 New Releases

Fall 2010 Back in Print

Series III

Series I

Diane di Prima: The Olson Memorial Lectures

Amiri Baraka & Edward Dorn: Selections from the Collected Letters, 1959–1960

ed. Ammiel Alcalay & Ana Božičević

Edward Dorn: The Olson Memorial Lectures ed. Lindsey Freer

Langston Hughes, Nancy Cunard & Louise Thompson: Poetry, Politics & Friendship in the Spanish Civil War ed. Anne Donlon

Joanne Kyger: Letters To & From ed. Ammiel Alcalay & Joanne Kyger

Lorine Niedecker: Homemade Poems ed. John Harkey

Michael Rumaker: Selected Letters ed. Megan Paslawski

John Wieners & Charles Olson: Selected Correspondence ed. Michael Seth Stewart

ed. Claudia Moreno Pisano

The Correspondence of Kenneth Koch & Frank O’Hara: 1955–1956 (Parts I and II) ed. Josh Schneiderman

Darwin & the Writers: Muriel Rukeyser ed. Stefania Heim

Philip Whalen’s Journals: Selections (Parts I and II) ed. Brian Unger

The 1963 Vancouver Poetry Conference/ Robert Creeley’s Contexts of Poetry: with selections from Daphne Marlatt’s Journal Entries ed. Ammiel Alcalay For information about Series II, featuring titles by Diane di Prima, Robert Duncan, Margaret Randall, Muriel Rukeyser, and Jack Spicer, visit our website lostandfoundbooks.org. Ammiel Alcalay, General Editor Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative is published by the Center for the Humanities and the PhD Program in English at The Graduate Center, CUNY.


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