Tuesday, October 07, 2003


presents Steve Benson :: Graham Foust

**Note the earlier time-- This event begins at 7 pm**

[Steve Benson is the author of Roaring Spring (Zasterle Press) and Blue Book (The Figures/Roof Press). He is known for incorporating collage of elements of previously written texts as well as wholesale oral improvisation into his poetry readings. Benson lived in the San Francisco Bay area in the 1970's and 80's where he was an important member of the Language Poetry community. He currently lives in Maine.]

[Graham Foust is the author of As in every Deafness (Flood Editions, 2003). His poetry has appeared in several publications including Jacket, Lingo, Slope, and DC Poetry anthology. He lives in Iowa where he teaches at Drake University.]

Friday, Oct. 10 7PM / 3030 W. Cortland / $5 suggested donation / BYOB

3030 is a former Pentecostal church located at 3030 W. Cortland Ave., one block south of Armitage between Humboldt Blvd. and Kedzie. Parking is easiest on Armitage.

The Discrete Series will present an event of poetry/music/performance/something on the second Friday of each month.
For more information about this or upcoming events, email j_seldess@hotmail.com or kerri@conundrumpoetry.com, or call the space at 773-862-3616.

October twofer: Next week, 10/17, come back at 9 pm for readings by Lisa Samuels and Brian Henry

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