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Suzanne Stein and Anne Lesley Selcer, reading and in conversation

February 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PST

Free
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Join us for this reading and conversation with two poet/performers who each have worked and written extensively in relation to contemporary art practices. This event, supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, is free and open to the public.

Suzanne Stein’s poetry publications and performance documents include New Sutras, The Kim Game, TOUT VA BIEN, and Passenger Ship. With the poet Steve Benson, she is the author of DO YOUR OWN DAMN LAUNDRY, which documents the 36 improvisational dialogues they performed together between 2011 and 2012. Suzanne was the founding editor, and for eight years editor-in-chief, of Open Space, SFMOMA’s art and language platform and publication. After thirty years’ living and working in the Bay Area, she resides now in San Diego, California.

Anne Lesley Selcer is author of Sun Cycle, winner of the Cleveland State University Poetry Center Prize and Blank Sign Book, a collection of essays on art. Her other publications include from a Book of Poems on Beauty, winner of the Gazing Grain prize, Banlieusard, a commissioned book-length text for Artspeak, and Untitled (a treatise on form) with 2nd Floor ProjectsAnne Lesley’s work can be found in Jacket2FenceHyperallergicArt PracticalThe Chicago Review, Open Space, and Gauss PDF, as well as in art exhibition catalogs. Occasionally working in video, performance, or sound, she is currently engaged in a series of collaborations with artists based on Sun Cycle.

Details

Date:
February 27
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PST
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://poetry.sfsu.edu/events/29148-suzanne-stein-and-anne-lesley-selcer-reading-and-conversation

Organizer

SFSU The Poetry Center
Phone:
415-338-2227

Venue

The Poetry Center, San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Ave
San Francisco , CA 94132 United States
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Phone:
415-338-2227
Website:
http://poetry.sfsu.edu