Monday, December 5, 2011

The Empty Globe December 10: Huffman and Trudgeon

Saturday, December 10 at 8 PM: Jibade-Khalil Huffman and Thomas Trudgeon

at Pieter (Lincoln Heights)
420 West Avenue 33, Unit 10 Los Angeles, CA 90031
*please park on the street, and not in the lot

$5 donation

Jibade-Khalil Huffman is the author of two books of poems, “19 Names For Our Band” (Fence, 2008) and “James Brown is Dead” (Future Plan and Program, 2011). His art and writing projects, spanning photography, video, performance and poetry, have been exhibited and performed at MoMA/PS1, Southern Exposure, Mt. Tremper Arts, and the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art, among others. He was a 2010-2011 Workspace Artist-in-Residence at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council in New York. Educated at Bard College and Brown University, he lives in Los Angeles.

Tom Trudgeon is a poet. Some of his publishable work has been featured in Shampoo, Out of Nothing, Horse Less Review, and others. He has a small chapbook, ‘having been spoken w.’, through Avantacular Press. He is also co-editor of Dear Memo Magazine, a small arts and poetics fanzine run out of San Francisco and Brooklyn.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Dec 4: Vanessa Place in Chicago

Sunday, December 4th

at 2pm

The Renaissance Society presents
a reading by Vanessa Place

Vanessa Place is a writer, a lawyer, and co-director of Les Figues Press. Her dual appointment as lawyer by day and experimental writer by whenever makes her a handful and a head-full. She is author of Dies: A Sentence (2006), La Medusa (2008), Notes on Conceptualisms, co-authored with Robert Fitterman (2009), and The Guilt Project: Rape, Morality and Law (2010).

at University of Chicago
1025 East 58th Street
Swift Hall, room 106, first floor
on the Main Quadrangle, directly east of Cobb Hal