Sunday, September 21, 2008

Arpine Konyalian Grenier reading in New York City

Reading: Arpine Konyalian Grenier
Unnameable Books, Brooklyn
September 28, 5PM

because of light the additional
lurking to be registered

while light slowly if it were
ordinary language terrain
life riding over

one bears witness to
with the body and place of an absent body
without the need to establish voice

disclosing addressing negotiating
for place

Poems from published and unpublished manuscripts:

St. Gregory’s Daughter; Whores from Samarkand;
After the Trading;
The Cables Set, The Light; Silk, Paper, Gunpowder;
If it weren’t for; The Concession Stand;
Part, Part Euphrates.

Arpine Konyalian Grenier is a poet turned scientist and musician. Her work has appeared in How2, Columbia Poetry Review, The Iowa Review, Phoebe, Big Bridge, diode and elsewhere, including several anthologies. Part, Part Euphrates (NeO Pepper Press, 2007) is her latest publication.

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