on Saturday, December 11
whenever we feel like it
& ROB FITTERMAN
263 S 15th St.
Trisha Low s currently a student in philadelphia who appreciates the difference between restraint and restraints. And she's talking about poetry, ok? Low has work forthcoming in Against Expression: An Anthology of Conceptual Writing edited by Craig Dworkin and Kenny Goldsmith.
Astrid Lorange is a PhD student. She lives in both Sydney and Philadelphia. She has a chapbook forthcoming in Spring.
Steven Zultanski is the author of Pad (Make Now, 2010) and Cop Kisser (BookThug, 2010). He edits and curates variously this and that.
Rob Fitterman is the author of 10 books of poetry including: The Sun Also Also Rises, war the musical, Metropolis XXX: The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (Edge Books), Metropolis 16-29 (Coach House Press), Metropolis 1-15 (Sun & Moon Press), This Window Makes Me Feel (www.ubu.com). Metropolis 1-15 was awarded the Sun & Moon “New American Poetry Award (2000)” and Metropolis 16-29 was awarded the Small Press Traffic “Book of the Year Award (2003)”. With novelist Rodrigo Rey Rosa, he co-authored the film What Sebastian Dreamt which was selected for the Sundance Film Festival (2004) and the Lincoln Center LatinBeat Festival (2004). He has been a full-time faculty member in NYU’s Liberal Studies Program since 1993. He also teaches poetry at the Milton Avery School of Graduate Studies at Bard College.