I’ll Be Reading

October 10th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

my fiction this weekend at the &NOW Festival of New Writing, a biennial festival of experimental literature. This year’s theme is Tomorrowland Forever! The place: UC San Diego, October 13-15. More info on the festival and a full program of events is available at the website.

&NOW is a festival of fiction, poetry, and staged play readings; literary rituals, performance pieces (digital, sound, and otherwise), electronic and multimedia projects; and intergenre literary work of all kinds, including criti-fictional presentations and creatively critical papers. We particularly encourage pieces that promote linguistic and genre transgressions, along with literary artworks that promote interdisciplinary explorations and conversations with past, present, or future literary concerns and movements.

On the morning of Friday, October 14th in the theater of Atkinson Hall, I’m scheduled to read as part of the following panel:

*FRI. 11:30 AM-12:45 PM*

Breaking Stories – Corinne Goria with Russell Quinn

A narrative presented in the style of The New York Times online, “Breaking Stories” explores how rapid changes in digital media culture are shaping, and shaped by, literature.

The Ancient Documentaries of Southside Park – Stephanie Sauer, Ella Diaz

Join world renowned archeologist La Stef (Stephanie Sauer) and her assistant Miss Ella (Ella Diaz, PhD) as they unveil the sacred scrolls of the Royal Chicano Air Force, which document Sacramento’s first traditional Mesoamerican ceremonies.

Bioperversity – David Buuck

An art exhibit from the future that looks back at our present responses to ecological crisis through visual art and experimental writing.

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