AT THE ZINC BAR

Winter/Spring 2014

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82 WEST 3rd STREET, BETWEEN THOMPSON AND SULLIVAN STS.

SATURDAYS FROM 4:30 - 6:30 PM

$5 admission goes to support the readers

Funding is made possible by the continuing support of the Segue Foundation and the Literature Program of the New York State Council on the Arts.

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Curators:

The Segue Reading Series is made possible by the support of The Segue Foundation. For more information, please visit www.seguefoundation.com or call (212) 614-0505. Curators: FEBRUARY-MARCH: Charity Coleman & Corina Copp; APRIL-MAY: Trisha Low, Holly Melgard & Nat Otting.




APRIL

APRIL 5

FELIZ LUCIA MOLINA & DANNY SNELSON

Feliz Lucia Molina is the author of Undercastle (Magic Helicopter Press, 2013) and forthcoming collaborative books The Wes Letters and The Middle. Publications can be found at UbuWeb, Gauss PDF, The Volta and others. She is a contributing editor at continent.

Danny Snelson is a writer, editor and archivist. His online editorial work can be found on UbuWeb, PennSound, Jacket2 and Eclipse. He works at the University of Pennsylvania and lives in collaboration with Mashinka Firunts. See also: http://dss-edit.com

APRIL 12

CHRIS SYLVESTER & THE WAITRESS

Chris Sylvester makes sisteract.tumblr.com, co-edits trollthread.tumblr.com (with Holly Melgard and Joey Yearous-Algozin) and orworse.net (with Nick Mugavero). His Instagram name is 'spreadsheet'. + Follow = Follow Back.

The Waitress is a noise based performance art project conceived by mixed media artist Jane Chardiet exploring abuse of power in the workplace. Collaborators include Ciarra Black, Michael Thomas Vassallo, Miles Pflanx and Aya Cunt.

APRIL 19

CASSANDRA GILLIG & ALICE NOTLEY

Cassandra Gillig, born 1993, Chicago, as first, a medium poet, small student, large researcher and medium editor. She now lives in Jersey as a medium poet, medium student, medium researcher, medium, & of medium fun. She has no books but puts out books.

Alice Notley is the author of Culture of One and Songs and Stories of the Ghouls among other books of poetry. She has edited The Collected Poems of Ted Berrigan and The Selected Poems of Ted Berrigan with her sons Anselm and Edmund Berrigan. She lives and writes in Paris, France.

APRIL 26

ANDREW DURBIN & ROD SMITH

Andrew Durbin is the author of Mature Themes (Nightboat Books, 2015) and several chapbooks, including Believers (Poor Claudia, 2014) and The Standard (Insert Blanc Press, 2014). He lives in New York.

Rod Smith is the author of books including Deed, Music or Honesty and editor of The Selected Letters of Robert Creeley, with Kaplan Harris and Peter Baker (University of California Press, 2014). He edits the journal Aerial, publishes Edge Books and manages Bridge Street Books.

 

MAY

MAY 3

MELANIE NEILSON & KATE ZAMBRENO

In Melanie Neilson's most recent publication, Palmyra Pieces (theenk Books, 2013), mysterious doubt floats over a book cover argument between lovers. Previous books include Civil Noir (Roof Books, 1992) and Natural Facts (Potes and Poets Press, 1996).

Kate Zambreno is the author of the novels O Fallen Angel (Chiasmus Press, 2010) and Green Girl (Harper Perennial reissue, January 2014) and her critical memoir Heroines (Semiotext(e), 2012). Her anti-memoir The Book of Mutter is forthcoming (Counterpath Press, 2014).

MAY 10

STEPHEN BOYER & HOLLY PESTER

Stephen Boyer is a writer, curator, visual and performance artist. As People's Library librarian, he compiled the Occupy Wall Street Poetry Anthology. He is the author of the chapbook Ghosts (BentBoyBooks, 2010) and the novel Parasite (Publication Studio, 2012).

Holly Pester works with sound poetry and live texts. She is undergoing a practice-led doctorate at Birkbeck College, Contemporary Poetic Research Centre.

MAY 17

FELIX BERNSTEIN & GRACE MICELI

Felix Bernstein has produced short videos for YouTube since his satirical Coming Out Video (2008). His first film, Unchained Melody, was acclaimed by Wayne Kostenbaum for its "shock, beauty, complexity, laughter, luridness, lightness of touch and phantasmagoric intertextuality."

Grace Miceli is a curator, poet and multimedia artist living in Queens, NY. She runs the online exhibition space Art Baby Gallery and is a contributor to Illuminati Girl Gang, The Ardorous, SALT and Girls Get Busy.

MAY 24

JUDITH GOLDMAN & ANDY STERLING

Judith Goldman is core faculty in the Poetics Program at the University at Buffalo. She is author of "Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote," Solar Throat Slashed, Pussy, King of the Pirates and is currently completing Action Kylie.

Andy Sterling is a writer living in NYC and a member of Rob Fitterman's Collective Task ensemble. Notable publications include Mackey (bas-books, 2010), Supergroup (Gauss PDF Editions, 2013) and Who Owns Primos? (forthcoming).