Sunday, February 8, 2009

Les Figues: AWP

Come Visit Les Figues at Table 541 at the Bookfair in the Hilton Chicago. The bookfair is open to the public on Saturday, so tell your friends and family to come on by.

You can also catch Les Figues at any of these panels/readings:

Thursday, Feb 12.

3.00 - 4.15 pm at AWP, Hilton Chicago
Conference Panel: Writing Class / Writing Gender (Non-realist writing and social realities)
Continental B; Lobby Level
-Teresa Carmody, Saleh Saterstrom, Anna Joy Springer, Veronica Gonzalez, Amina Cain reading for Corrina Wycoff

7:00 p.m. at Curtis Hall, Fine Arts Building
FC2 Fiction Reading & Reception
-R.M. Berry, Alexandra Chasin, Christopher Grimes, Stephen Graham Jones, Affinity Konar, Lance Olsen, Vanessa Place, Matthew Roberson, Steve Tomasula, & Magdalena Zurawski,
(410 S. Michigan Avenue, 10th Floor, Fine Arts Building)

8.30 - 9.30 pm at Links Hall
Evening Reading: Launch of Sina Queyras’s Expressway
-Sina Queyras, Vanessa Place, Adam Sol, Kevin Connolly

Stay on at Links Hall that night for more excellent readings by Mathew Timmons, Harold Abramowitz, Amanda Ackerman, Lisa Janssen, Teresa Carmody, Matthew Klane and more. See Jennifer Karmin's previous post for complete line-up.


Friday, Feb 13.

12.00 pm (noon) at School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Reading/Conversation with Vanessa Place
(Joan Flasch Book Arts Collection , 37 S. Wabash Ave., 5th Floor)

6.30 - 11.00 pm at Links Hall
Red Rover Series "Experiment #26: A Small Press Showcase"
Featuring: Action Books, Effing Press, Flood Editions, Futurepoem books, Les Figues Press, Slack Buddha Press, Switchback Books, Ugly Duckling Presse. Readings by: Jessica Bozek, Amina Cain, Marcella Durand, Bill Fuller, Gloria Frym, Kim Hyesoon, Alta Ifland, Nancy Kuhl, Dan Machlin, Don Mee, Mel Nichols, Hoa Nguyen, Kathleen Rooney, Susan Schultz, John Tipton, Ronaldo V. Wilson.


Saturday, Feb 14.

9.00 - 10.15 am at AWP, Hilton Chicago
Conference Panel: Quantum Narratology (You Tell Me)
-Vanessa Place, Lidia Yuknavitch, Lance Olsen, R.M. Berry

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