STONECUTTER : A JOURNAL OF ART AND LITERATURE
at Zinc Bar, NYC, June 12 2011, 5.30pm-7.30pm
Jen Bervin, poet and visual artist, lives in Brooklyn. She is the author of The Dickinson Composites (Granary Books 2010), Nets (UDP 2004) and numerous artists’ books. Bervin will teach at Vermont College of Fine Arts and Harvard University in 2011.
Alan Gilbert is the author of the poetry book, Late in the Antenna Fields (Futurepoem), and a collection of essays and articles entitled Another Future: Poetry and Art in a Postmodern Twilight (Wesleyan University Press). He lives in Brooklyn.
Daniel Nohejl’s first pamphlet, Live a Little Better, was produced by The Physiocrats in 2009. He lives in Brooklyn and works as a crew leader at the Bronx Guild High School.
Andrew Gorin’s writing has appeared in SUPERMACHINE, Ostranenie, The Huffington Post and elsewhere. He has been involved with a number of arts and publishing ventures, including Ugly Duckling Presse, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, and David Zwirner Gallery. He moonlights as a graphic designer and letterpress printer, and lives and works in Brooklyn.
*** This event is part of a Ugly Duckling Presse guest curation for the month of June by Katherine Bogden and Linda Trimbath.
Zinc Bar, 82 West 3rd Street, New York, NY 10012