Women Poets at Barnard presents
Where Lyric Tradition Meets Language Poetry: Innovation in Contemporary American Poetry by Women
Barnard College, Columbia University, New York City
April 8 April 10, 1999
Thursday, April 8 - Evening reading: 8:00 pm 10:00 pm - Conference kick-off event free and open to the public - Evening Reading: Barbara Guest, Jorie Graham
Introduced by Susan Wheeler, Reception to follow.
Friday, April 9 - Registration, morning coffee & book sales: 8:30 am 9:00 am
Friday April 9
Friday, Panel 1, from 9 to 10 am
On Jorie Graham: Brian Henry, Jennifer Lewin, Andrew Osborn. On Barbara Guest: Terrence Diggory, Anna Rabinowitz, Marjorie Welish. On Women Writers at the Poetry Project: Brenda Coultas, Marcella Durand, Kimberly Lyons, Prageeta Sharma, Eleni Sikelianos.
Friday, Panel 2, from 10.15 to 11.15 am
On Lucie Brock-Briodo: Stephen Burt, Eric LeMay, Stephen Massimilia. On Language Theory: Calvin Bedient, Bob Perelman, Joshua Weiner. On Brenda Hillman: Susan McCabe, Lisa Sewell.
Friday, Panel 3, from 11.30 to 12.30 pm|
On Alice Notley: Kimberly Lamm, Heather Thomas. On Quilts et cetera: Logan Esdale, Jennifer Luongo, Susan Wheeler. On Poetics of Production: Caroline Crumpacker, Rebecca Wolff, Linda Russo.
Friday, Roundtable Discussion, from 3 to 5 pm:
Rae Armantrout, Lucie Brock-Broido, Jorie Graham, Barbara Guest, Lyn Hejinian, Brenda Hillman, Ann Lauterbach, Harryette Mullen
Friday Evening Reading from 8 to 10 pm:
Readers: Lucie Brock-Broido, Brenda Hillman, Ann Lauterbach, Introduced by Lee Ann Brown
Saturday, April 10
Registration, morning coffee & book sales, 8.30 am - 9 am
Saturday, Panel 1, from 9 to 10.30 am
On Harryette Mullen: Allison Cummings, Kathy Crown, Elizabeth Frost, Cynthia Hogue. On Epistolarity and Experimentation: Lee Ann Brown, Stephen Cope, Kate Fagan, Chris Stroffolino. On Susan Howe: Elisabeth Joyce, Jeffrey Jullich, Jean Schulte, Lara Trubowitz.
Saturday, Panel 2, from 10.45 to 11.45 am
On Hejinian and Berssenbrugge: Charles Altieri, Craig Dworkin, Linda Voris. On Publishing Anthologies: Anne Finch, Alan Golding, Mary Margaret Sloan. On Barbara Guest: Catherine Kasper, Sara Lundquist, Robert Mueller. On Race and Gender: Cara Cilano, Linda A. Kinnahan, Elizabeth Rich. On Multivocal Poetics: Mary Jo Bang, Camille Martin, Ira Sadoff.
Saturday LUNCH, 1 to 2.30 pm : Conversation with Charles Bernstein and Lyn Hejinian
Saturday, Keynote Address, Round Table and Response, from 2.45 to 5 pm
Marjorie Perloff: "After Language Poetry: Theory and the Question of Transparency"
Round table and response from: Calvin Bedient, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Lynn Keller.
Saturday, Reception from 5.30 to 7 pm
Saturday Evening Reading: 7:00 Pm - 9:00 Pm;
Rae Armantrout, Lyn Hejinian, Harryette Mullen, Introduced by Jena Osman
(Program is subject to change)
Questions: If you have any questions regarding registration, hotel accommodations, or any special needs you wish to discuss, please contact Tiffany Dugan
Poetry Conference Coordinator
New York, NY 10027-6598, USA
or you may phone her at (212) 854-8021
or E-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration: Enrolment for the conference is limited and will be conducted on a first-come, first-served basis. Pre-registration forms should be received by March 30, 1999. Your cancelled check will serve as your receipt and registration acknowledgment. No confirmation of your registration will be sent.
Walk-in Registration will take place on Friday, April 9 and Saturday, April 10, in the Barnard Hall Lobby, located at Broadway and 117th Street.
Lunch will be provided for conference participants at an additional charge of $15 for Friday or Saturday, $30 for both days. Lunch is by pre-registration only.
Fee: The fee for the two-day conference is $ 40 ($ 20 per day). Walk-in registration is $50 ($25 for each day). There is a special two-day rate of $24 for students with ID and Barnard faculty and staff ($12 for each day). The fee includes refreshments, but does not include lunch.
Cancellations: For individuals who pre-register, cancellations will be accepted until April 5. The balance will be refunded, less a $5 processing fee. Individuals wishing to cancel after April 5 will forfeit the entire conference fee.
Although there is no parking available at the College, information on parking in the vicinity is available upon request. Barnard College is wheelchair accessible.
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