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Exhibition: Diana Barrie and Pamela Barrie

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Poetry Reading: Peter Gizzi

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Poetry Reading: Joshua Beckman

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Exhibition - Ugly Duckling Presse: 25th Anniversary Celebration

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Alternating Currents Live: Tandem Trio

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Writing in the Fold: A Bookmaking & Writing Workshop with Matvei Yankelevich

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Community Reading: An Evening with the Wednesday Writers

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Poetry Reading: Tom Pickard and Mike Hauser

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Alms for the Bored Book Release + Cheap Wine Potluck

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Poetry Reading: Ken Taylor and J. Peter Moore

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Formations Series for New & Improvised Music

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Poetry Reading: Soham Patel and Lauren Russell 

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Poetry Reading: Urban Echo Poets

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Poetry Reading: Kathleen A. Dale, Louisa Loveridge Gallas, Judith Harway, and Bill Murtaugh

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Poetry Reading: Anna Vitale and Daniel Owen

film & video
December 14

Film Screening: Riverwest Film & Video by Emir Cakaroz

Archived readings & workshops
Dec 10 December 10 - December 11
7:00pm, Give What You Can

 

Lynden Sculpture Garden & Woodland Pattern Book Center are excited to host poet & essayist Anne Boyer! As fall writer-in-residence Boyer will give a reading at Woodland Pattern on Friday, December 9, and conduct a two-day workshop at Lynden on Saturday & Sunday, December 10 & 11.

 

Limited space is still available. To register, call Woodland Pattern at 414-263-5001 

 

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP


This is a workshop in the poetics of alchemical insurgency and the insurgent alchemical. How do we take what we already have and turn it into what we want? What do we do with what we want when we get it? Over two days, we will conduct research into varieties of transformation and their literary possibilities and impossibilities, including but not limited to experiments in transmuting texts, investigatory desiring, diamond gleaning, trash eating, temporal dislocation, spatial disruption, and conceptual metabolisms. Participants are encouraged to bring old journals, correspondence, notes, images, natural objects, problematic texts, and other used, worn out, or impossible materials from which to work.

 

 

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE


Saturday, December 10 | 1-5 PM

Sunday, December 11 | 10 AM-12 PM; a public reading and reception will follow at 1 PM

 

 

READING


Anne Boyer & Juliet Patterson

Friday, December 9 | 7 PM

at Woodland Pattern Book Center

 

$8 General | $7 Students & Seniors | $6 WPBC Members

FREE for workshop participants

 

 


Anne Boyer is a poet and essayist whose books include The Romance of Happy Workers, My Common Heart, and the 2016 CLMP Firecracker award-winning Garments Against Women which Maureen McLane described in The New York Times as “a sad, beautiful, passionate book that registers the political economy of literature and of life itself.” Boyer’s work has been translated into a number of languages including Icelandic, Spanish, Persian, and Swedish, and in the spring of 2013, her chapbook, A Form of Sabotage, was published by the theory collective Kült Neşriyat in Turkish translation. Boyer’s other chapbooks include Anne Boyer’s Good Apocalypse, Art is War, and The 2000s. With Guillermo Parra and Cassandra Gillig, she has translated the work of 20th century Venezuelan poets Victor Valera Mora, Miguel James, and Miyo Vestrini. With K. Silem Mohammad, she was a founding editor of the poetry journal, Abraham Lincoln. Boyer is a professor at the Kansas City Art Institute, a four year college of Art and Design, where she teaches writing, literature, and theory in the school of the Liberal Arts. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri.