Last two readings of the tour are Friday and Saturday

yo,

 

here’s info on the last two readings of my tour and links to where I found the info.  Hope to see you there:

 

Friday, November 4, 2011- 7pm

Darst, Demske, Göransson, Shea, Workman: 4 November 2011, Minneapolis, MN

Center for Visionary Poetics Presents:

GRAND ELECTRIC SKULL

Readings by Lightsey Darst, Nick Demske, Johannes Göransson, James Shea, and Elisabeth Workman

Music by Dan and Sharon Kaniess and Friends

Created By Sarah Fox

7:00pm – 11:00pm at SPOT ART
1828 Marshall St. NE
FREE

(taken from here)

 

November 5, 2011 – 5:00pm

Prairie Lights
NICK DEMSKE & JOHANNES GÖRANSSON
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Poets Nick Demske and Johannes Göransson will read from their work. Nick Demske will read from his collection entitled Nick Demske which is part of The Fence Modern Poets Series. Joyelle McSweeney says that “Nick Demske writes from culture like the Hollywood version of a rebellious slave.” Nick Demske works at the Racine Public Library. His writing appears in Action Yes, Blazevox, Moria, and Queef. He curates the BONK! performance series in Racine and is editor of the online forum boo: A Journal of Terrific Things.

Johannes Göransson will read from Entrance to a colonial pageant in which we all begin to intricate. “Voluptuous, turbulent, and focused, inventive and strictly faithful to the performative instability of our queer moment, Johannes Göransson’s new book is an immensely important and absolutely thrilling experience. Read this!”  —Laura Mullen

Johannes Göransson was born and raised in Skåne, Sweden. He co-edits Action Books with Joyelle McSweeney and co-edits the online journal Action, Yes with John Dermot Woods. Göransson has translated the work of Aase Berg, Henry Parland, and other Swedish and Finnish poets. He is also the author of Dear Ra (A Story in Flinches), Pilot and A New Quarantine Will Take My Place. He teaches at the University of
Notre Dame.

(taken from here)

 

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