k | f | b FRIDAYS | THIS FRIDAY
ADAM KATZ [+ EMILIA JAGICA] START OVER (Delete Press, 2017) TORONTO LAUNCH
DALE SMITH [+ ROBERT J BERTHOLF] AN OPEN MAP: THE CORRESPONDENCE of ROBERT DUNCAN and CHARLES OLSON + IMAGINING PERSONS: ROBERT DUNCAN’S LECTURES ON CHARLES OLSON (University of New Mexico Press, 2017) TORONTO LAUNCH
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2ND
knife | fork | book at The Dark Side Studio, 244 Augusta Avenue, Second Floor (walk-up above Bunner’s Bakery)
Doors 6:30 Poetry 7-ish Wear socks (we’re shoeless).
ADAM KATZ has published poetry in journals such as Abraham Lincoln, Aufgabe, and Blackbox Manifold, and articles in Buddhist-Christian Studies, The Emily Dickinson Journal, and The Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology. He is a doctoral candidate in the University at Buffalo’s Department of English. START Over is the first in his series of collaborations with visual artists. He lives in Toronto with his wife and daughter.
DALE SMITH is a poet, critic, and scholar of poetry and rhetorical theory on the faculty of English at Ryerson University, Toronto. He is the editor with Robert J. Bertholf of An Open Map: The Robert Duncan / Charles Olson Correspondence and Imagining Persons: Robert Duncan’s Lectures on Charles Olson. A critical study of poetry and public culture, Poets Beyond the Barricade: Rhetoric, Citizenship, and Dissent after 1960, was published in 2012. His writing has appeared in The Baffler, Best American Poetry 2002, Columbia Poetry Review, Denver Quarterly, The Walrus, and elsewhere. A recent book of poetry, Slow Poetry in America, was published by Cuneiform in 2014; other poetry includes American Rambler (2000); The Flood & the Garden (2002); Black Stone (2007); Susquehanna (2008); and most recently Sons (knife | fork | book, 2017). His reviews and essays have appeared in the Boston Review, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and Brick. Born in Dallas, Texas, Smith has resided in Ontario since 2011 with the poet Hoa Nguyen and their children, Keaton and Waylon.