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Big Other Contributors’ News, #18

Mel Bosworth was interviewed podcast-style by author Ben Tanzer. 

A D Jameson will be reading at Stars Are Symbols, an AWP off-site event. Wednesday 7 April, 7:30pm–9:30pm, Other Side Arts Gallery, 1644 Platte Street, Denver, CO 80202-1124.

Jac Jemc has a new poem in the current issue of H_NGM_N. She’ll also be doing a handful of readings at AWP:
Dewclaw Reading & Issue 2 Release: Stella’s Coffeehouse, Thursday April 8th, 2 PM.
DOGZPANK: Forest Room 5, Thursday, April 8, at 7:30 pm. Author vs. Puppet brought to you by Mud Luscious Press and Flatmancrooked: flatmancrooked booth, Friday April 9th, 4 PM. Shots & Shorts brought to you by Featherproof Books: Skylark Bar, Friday April 9th, 8 PM.

Paul Kincaid: SF Site has carried his reviews of The Time Machine, by H.G. Wells, and The Utopian Vision of H.G. Wells, by Justin E.A. Busch; Manhood for Amateurs, by Michael ChabonUnder the Rose, edited by Dave Hutchinson; and Geosynchron, by David Louis Edelman. A different review of Geosynchron also appeared in Interzone 227 (March-April). His review of The American Epic Novel in the Late Twentieth Century: The Super-Genre of the Imperial State, by W. Gilbert Adair was in Science Fiction Studies 110 (March). His review of The Infinities, by John Banville was in The New York Review of Science Fiction 258 (February). His review of The Secret History of Science Fiction, edited by James Patrick Kelly and John Kessel was at Strange Horizons. In the meantime, a survey of British science fiction writers that he undertook in 1989 has been updated and republished as: British Science Fiction & Fantasy: Twenty Years, Two Surveys,  compiled and edited by Paul Kincaid and Niall Harrison (BSFA 2010).

John Madera‘s review of Andrew Zornoza’s Where I Stay (that originally appeared in the Spring 2010 print issue of Rain Taxi: Review of Books) has been reprinted by Powell’s Books  “Review-a-Day.” 

Shya Scanlon has three poems from In This Alone Impulse published in the Spring 2010 issue of Puerto del Sol, and new videos of his poetry have been created by writers A D JamesonRyan W Bradleybl pawelek and Todd Zuniga, and by artist Tan-ya Gerrodette

Davis Schneiderman will be doing too much at AWP:
Throughout:
*Staffing the Starcherone Books table in support of advance printing of Raymond Federman’s _SHHH: The Story of A Childhood_

Thursday, April 8:
*R145. Ellipsis as Art: Crafting Omission of Information in a Text. 10:30-11:45, Hyatt Regency, Granite Room
*R165. Shifting Grounds of Copyright: A How-to. Noon-1:15, Hyatt Regency, Agate Room.
*Northwestern University Press / &NOW BOOKS / Artifice Reading: 7pm-whenever
The Celtic Tavern, 1801 Blake Street
Readings by: Christian Bök, Blake Butler, Teresa Carmody, Jeffrey DeShell, Andrew Farkas, Neil de la Flor, Gina Frangello, Gretchen E. Henderson, Lance Olsen, Maureen Seaton, Davis Schneiderman, Mark Spitzer, David Welch

Friday, April 9:
*Table X (for Sidebrow), sometime in mid-afternoon: 1-3 ish.
*A Reading: Switchback Books, Coconut, Tarpaulin Sky, and Artifice Magazine, 7:30 PM
Delaneys Bar, 1801 Blake Street*
Readings by: Kimiko Hahn, Simone Muench, Monica de la Torre, Bruce Covey, Kathleen Rooney, Gina Myers, Davis Schneiderman, Marisa Crawford, Kim Gek Lin Short, Andrew Farkas, Shelly Taylor, David Welch, Jen Tynes, Tim Jones-Yelvington, Amber Nelson

J.A. Tyler has a review Andy Devine’s WORDS in the new issue of Rumble. And here is the flyer for the upcoming Mud Luscious Press/Flatmancrooked AWP reading.

Leni Zumas will be on an AWP panel called “Cross-Dressing Narratives: Men Writing as Women, Women Writing as Men.” Thursday, April 8, 1:30PM, at the mother hotel in Denver.

John Madera's fiction may be found in Conjunctions, Opium Magazine, The &Now Awards 2: The Best Innovative Writing, and many other journals. His criticism may be found in American Book Review, Bookforum, The Review of Contemporary Fiction, Rain Taxi: Review of Books, The Believer, The Brooklyn Rail, and many other venues. Recipient of an M.F.A. in Literary Arts from Brown University, John Madera lives in New York City, where he runs Rhizomatic and manages and edits Big Other.

2 thoughts on “Big Other Contributors’ News, #18

    1. Mine has. Turns out I can’t attend AWP, after all. (I’m not tall enough.)

      But Daniel Borzutsky will be reading my Stars Are Symbols piece for me, at that event. (Thanks, Daniel!)

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