Wednesday, January 18, 2006

durham3 reading

On Saturday Jan. 28, I'll be giving a reading as part of the durham3 multimedia series. I plan on airing out a new, longish prose poem from F7, its title poem and prospective centerpiece. I've done a lot more out-of-town than in-town readings over the past year, so I'm excited about the home field advantage. More:

durham3 rings in its second year and 2006 with a full evening of the arts on Saturday, January 28th at Durham’s newest coffeehouse, the Broad Street Café. This month we will be celebrating the best the Triangle has to offer with Carrboro poet Brain Howe, NCSU writer Chris Salerno, Kirk Adam of the Glitter film series, and Triangle musician Scott Carey. We will round out the evening with a full hour of open mike. Sign-up will be at the door and slots will be first come, first serve. Doors open at 7:30, the show begins at 8:00, and there’s no cover. Broad Street Café has a full menu of sandwiches and snacks, along with coffee, sodas, and beer. For directions, see their website at http://broadstreetcafe.org/ or call at 416-9707. For other information, contact Tanya Olson at olson@vgcc.edu Amy Nolan at amycnolan@hotmail.com or visit the durham3 website at http://durham3.blogspot.com durham3 is sponsored in part by Carolina Wren Press. (http://carolinawrenpress.org/index.php3)

Chris Salerno- Christopher Salerno's first book, "Whirigig," was recently shortlisted for the Walt Whitman Award
and is due to be published by Spuyten Duyvil (NYC) in February '06. A Graduate of Bennington College's MFA Program
For Writers, he currently teaches First-Year Writing, Poetry Writing, and American Literature at North Carolina State
University in Raleigh, NC. His poems can be found in such journals as: Colorado Review, Jacket, The Tiny, AGNI
(online), Spinning Jenny, Free Verse, Forklift Ohio, Carolina Quarterly, LIT, GoodFoot, 5AM, Barrow Street, Can We Have
Our Ball Back, River City, and others. Two of his recent poems will be included in the forthcoming anthology, "The Bedside Guide to No Tell Motel."

Kirk Adam- Kirk Adam runs the Kirk Adam Gallery in Raleigh and is the brains behind Glitter films. Come and see what he is going to screen for us and see what else he has in store. Visit him in cyberspace at http://www.myspace.com/kirkadam

Brian Howe- Brian Howe is a freelance writer and poet living in Chapel Hill, NC. He is a contributing writer at Pitchforkmedia.com and a contributing editor at Paste Magazine. He blogs at www.moistworks.com and http://slatherpuss.blogspot.com/. Howe’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Eratio, Octopus, GutCult and McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. He is a member of the Lucifer Poetics group.

Scott Carey- PRIMUM MOBILE think radiohead, think lush, think really cool bands from the early 90s (shoegaze) that influenced many of today pop band. Scotty Carey performs on guitar and keyboard while bringing with him his hard disk recorder. It’s truly awesome.

durham3 is a series of multi-media events that bring together a variety of artists. The series is interested in using the physical and psychological thirdspace qualities of Durham to foster collaboration between artistic communities in Durham and the Triangle. Ultimately, this series would also like to aid Durham in defining its own artistic identity. Towards that end, each event will feature poets, performers, spoken words artists, visual artists, musicians, and dancers from across the Triangle.

1 Comments:

Blogger O'Grady said...

Get Barbera on the open mic some night.


--zachv

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