Reading with Kristen Gallagher and Ariel Resnikoff

by offtopicpoetics

First reading of the academic year! We’re starting early and with a bang. I’m delighted to present the talented duo, Kristen Gallagher and Ariel Resnikoff

When: 6:30pm-7:30, Tuesday September 1, 2015
Where: Grad Lounge 330, Fisher Bennett Hall (3rd floor)
Walnut and 34th Street

Penn Poetry and Poetics offers a series of casual, conversational events structured around the presentation of one or two poems and a short critical talk by each guest.

Future readers, and non-performance meetings, are still to-be-confirmed, but this semester promises Great Times.

Kristen Gallagher’s most recent poetry collection is We Are Here (2011). Since then: “Florida,” a chapbook from Well Greased Press, “Dossier on the Site of a Shooting,” a multi-platform digital work on GaussPDF, and “Untitled (Rosewood),” text w screenshots, in Printed Web 3. Her essay “Cooking A Book with Low Level Durational Energy; or, How to Read Tan Lin’s Seven Controlled Vocabularies” just came out in Reading the Difficulties from The University of Alabama Press, and her essay “Teaching Freire and CUNY Open Admissions” was recently anthologized in Class and the College Classroom: Essays on Teaching (Bloomsbury). She is Professor of English at City University of New York–LaGuardia Community College in Queens, New York.

Ariel Resnikoff is a poet, translator & editor. His chapbook, Between Shades, came out in 2014 from the Materialist Press & selections from his forthcoming collection, Avoidances, have been featured on Jerome Rothenberg’s “Poems & Poetics” & Jacket2 blog. He is currently at work on a translation into English of Mikhl Likht’s Yiddish modernist long poem, “Protsesiyes” (“Processions”), in collaboration with Stephen Ross. Ariel is a Contributing Editor at Wave Composition and coordinates the “Multilingual Poetics” reading and talk series at Kelly Writers House. He was awarded a Dorot Fellowship in 2013 & is currently a doctoral student in the department of Comparative Literature & Literary Theory at the University of Pennsylvania.

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