mercredi 29 septembre 2010

Jacques Demarcq, Dan Machlin et Laura Mullen liront le 19 Oct 2010!!!!


vous invite à une lecture bilingue
Jacques Demarcq (français)
Laura Mullen (américaine)
Dan Machlin (américain)

mardi le 19 octobre 2010
à 19h30!
Au bar : Le Next
17 rue Tiquetonne
75002 Paris

(M° Etienne Marcel /RER Les Halles)

Come out for a bilingual reading with French poet and translator Jacques Demarcq and American poets Laura Mullen and Dan Machlin (publisher of Futurepoem Books) Tuesday the 19th of October 2010 at 19h30 at Le Next, 17 rue Tiquetonne 75002!

Jacques Demarcq:
Interroge les limites du sens, questionne les cultures. Membre du collectif TXT de 1979 à 1985. Demarcq est né en 1946 à Compiègne, et il vit actuellement à Paris. Il a été postier, journaliste, prof de lettres, syndic, historien, membre de la revue TXT(1979-1985), éditeur et critique d’art, producteur de radio, prof de design. Il est toujours : traducteur, écrivain. Il a beaucoup traduit E. E. Cummings, un peu Gertrude Stein et Andrea Zanzotto. A publié plus d’une douzaine de livres personnels. Dernièrement : Les Zozios, Nous, 2008, dont il a donné et donne de nombreuses lectures publiques ; et Nervaliennes, Corti, 2010. Plus brefs, La Vie volatile, Chantiers navals, 2008 ; Folle Genèse, Passage d’encres, 2008 ; Si ma tante, Wigwam, 2009 ; Infolao, Passages d’encres, 2010. Pour plus, voir les sites du CipM
et de Sitaudis (avec des liens vers des dizaines de poèmes) :

Dan Machlin is the Founder and Executive Editor of Futurepoem books, a New York City based publishing collaborative that champions innovative writing. He is the author of Dear Body: (Ugly Duckling Presse 2007) which received a "Face Out" CLMP/Jerome Foundation grant for emerging writers. His other books include 6x7 (Ugly Ducking Presse), THIS SIDE FACING YOU (Heart Hammer) and IN REM (@ Press). His poems and essays have recently appeared in SOME ESSAYS ABOUT A BIBLIOGRAPHY (Ed. Tan Lin, LULU), ONE WORD: CONTEMPORARY WRITERS ON THE WORDS THEY LOVE AND LOATH (Sarabande Books), American Book Review and Crayon. His poetry has also recently been displayed at PS1 Art Museum and he has also collaborated on a full length Audio CD with singer/cellist Serena Jost (Immanent Audio). He is currently finishing a new collection of poems and as well a book of essays/performance texts. He has taught at Naropa University and The St. Mark's Poetry Project and he was born and raised in New York City. For more information on his work please visit the following links:


Laura Mullen
is a Professor at Louisiana State University. She is the author of three collections of poetry—The Surface, After I Was Dead, and Subject—and two hybrid texts, The Tales of Horror (Kelsey Street Press 1999), and Murmur (futurepoem books 2007). Prizes for her poetry include Ironwood’s Stanford Prize, and she has been awarded a Board of Regents ATLAS grant, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and a Rona Jaffe Award, among other honors. She has had several MacDowell Fellowships and is a frequent visitor at the Summer Writing Program at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa. Her work has been widely anthologized and has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Octopus, 1913, Bomb, Hotel Amerika, the Corpse, Ploughshares, and elsewhere. Her work is included in American Hybrid, just out from Norton. Recent prose has been collected in Civil Disobediences: Poetics & Politics in Action, and in other anthologies, and the Denver Quarterly recently published her essay on the poetry of John Yau. Jason Eckardt’s setting of “The Distance (This)” (from Subject) premiered at the Miller Theater in New York and was performed at the Musica Nova festival in Helsinki. She was invited to participate in the Taipei International Poetry Festival in 2009. Her fourth collection of poetry is forthcoming from the University of California Press in 2011. Some links to her poems online:

and Wikipedia with more links.