On Wednesday January 18th I’ll be reading with bill bissett at UBC’s Play Chthonics series. Play Chthonics focuses on new Canadian writing and experimental or cross-genre writing. The reading is from 5-6:30, is free, and all are welcome.
Details are on the Talonbooks website here.
From the Talonbooks site: bill bissett is an internationally acclaimed pioneer of sound, visual, and performance poetry who has published over seventy books of poetry. Recent collections include sublingual (Talonbooks, 2008), northern wild roses (Talonbooks 2005), and narrative enigma (Talonbooks 2004). Bissett has received many awards including The George Woodcock Lifetime Achievement Award (2007); BC Book Prize’s Dorothy Livesay Prize (2003) for peter among th towring boxes / text bites; BC Book Prize’s Dorothy Livesay Prize (1993) for inkorrect thots, and the Milton Acorn People’s Poetry Award (1991) for Hard 2 beleev. His new book is novel.