Literature Program
 


Thursday, October 24, 2002

$6 general $4 members $5 students & seniors

Co-sponsored/co-presented by:
Just Buffalo Literary Center

TED PEARSON AND GARRETT KALLEBERG

Presented at:
Hallwalls

Garrett Kalleberg is the author of Some Mantic Daemons, Psychological Corporations, and Limbic Odes. His poems and reviews have appeared in Sulfur, First Intensity, Denver Quarterly, Mandorla, American Letters & Commentary, and in An Anthology of New (American) Poets (Talisman House). He lives in Brooklyn, New York, where he publishes the online literary journal The Transcendental Friend, and audio CD imprint Immanent Audio. Kalleberg is also a principal in the theatrical company Brooklyn drama Club, whose "The Situation Room" is premiering in New York in December. Ted Pearson is among the premier lyric poets of his generation. Often called a "poet's poet," his work, collected in 15 books to date, has earned the respect of readers and follow poets both here and abroad. He has said that "writing, for me, is a form of meditation... it is above all the practice of mindfulness." recent poems have appeared in Hambone, Inscape, and Chicago Review and his many books include Evidence: 1975 - 1989, Planetary Gear, Acoustic Masks, and The Devil's Aria. A former Buffalo resident and curator at just buffalo literary center, Pearson now lives in Detroit where he teaches at Wayne State University.


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