Friday, May 02, 2008

SEGUE 5/3: Miles Champion and Ted Greenwald

The Segue Reading Series Presents:

Miles Champion and Ted Greenwald

Saturday, May 3, 2008 ** 4PM SHARP**
at the Bowery Poetry Club (308 Bowery, just north of Houston)
$6 admission goes to support the readers

hosted by erica kaufman & Tim Peterson

Miles Champion's recent or forthcoming books are Eventually and How to Laugh. His recent collaborations with artists include one on paper with Trevor Winkfield and one in latex with Jane South. He moved to New York—the bulk of the traffic was heading the other way—from London in 2002.

"Wet Flatware"

Two docks, up at the scent door.
Rigid mirrors check my building
tears & service
Eye like a silent film cleaning
out the reference
desk, a focus is expecting dust
the top took to kiss
assume neutral article
it came loose You make
the sounds: ah, ee, oo
No mistake, some view

Ted Greenwald was born in Brooklyn, raised in Queens, and has lived in New York City his entire life. During the course of a career that has spanned some 30 years, he has been the author of numerous book of poetry and of a video, "Poker Blues" (made in collaboration with Les Levine), in which he also appears as the sole performer.

from Two Wrongs

Inside person
Speaks to
Outside who
The one with

That's the one
New leaf


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