Monday, April 12, 2010

The Mother of All Literary Weeks in Honolulu!

I'm just back from Denver, too tired to blog, so I'm borrowing Joe Harrington's post on the Meadowlark Poetry Marathon, which I and he were a part of, so please read his post here. He promises to update it over the next few days.

Then this coming week will be one of the busiest ever in Honolulu. Here's a teaser:

--ROUTES (Kahuaomanoa Press) and _13 Ways of Looking at TheBus_ launch at 39 Hotel between 5-7 p.m. on Tuesday! Our local transportation system as muse. Gizelle Gajelonia will be a featured writer.

--Poetry 411, Kuykendall 406, 3:30-6, all grad students and colleagues are
invited to join my class, at which Michael Snediker will be guest.

--MIA reading on Wednesday 7-10 at the Mercury Bar in Chinatown, featuring
Jaimie Gusman, Michael Snediker and many others.

--Michael Snediker lecture on Spicer and queer theory Thursday at 7 p.m. Art
Auditorium. Seminar on disability on Friday a.m. in the English dept at UHM.
Snediker's _Queer Optimism_ is a brilliant book and hey, he also writes

--Snediker seminar in Kuykendall on disability on Friday morning.

--Contemporary Museum event: Poetry Reading, Sunday, April 18th at 2:00pm
Well known and emerging poets will read new works
based on the artworks in the current exhibition.
Reception to follow at 3:00pm
RSVP – or 237-5217
Free to Museum Members. $8.00 daily museum admission for non-members. One
year student memberships only $15.00! (admits two)

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