November 18 | 8:00 pm
Zutique 3: Diana Hamilton – Maryse Larivière – Mark Johnson
Diana Hamilton, Maryse Larivière, Mark Johnson read at ZUTIQUE, an occasional reading series focused on poetry, poetics, performance, and sound curated by Michael Nardone.
Godberd, 2080 Avenue Joly
More information about the readers below & more event info here.
Diana Hamilton is the author of three books of poetry—God Was Right (forthcoming from Ugly Duckling Presse), The Awful Truth (forthcoming from Golias Books), and Okay, Okay (Truck Books)—and four chapbooks. A novella, Shit Advice Columnist, is forthcoming from Troll Thread this year.
Maryse Larivière is an artist and writer based in Montréal. Her most recent exhibitions include Under the Cave of Winds (2017), Echoes from the Bosom (2017), and In Some Far Place (2017). She is the author of ORGAZING (2017), Hummzinger (2016) and Where Wild Flowers Grow (2015), and has contributed writings to a number of journals including C Magazine, Esse Art+Opinions and the Organism for Poetic Research.
Mark Johnson lives in Philadelphia, where he sells antiquarian books and rare records out of his little shop, Hiding Place. His recent books include Can of Human Heat (2017), Treatise on Luck (2017), Yellow Highlighter (2015), and After Such Knowledge Park (2015), and How To Flit (forthcoming from Roof Books).
ZUTIQUE is an occasional reading series focused on poetry, poetics, performance, and sound curated by Michael Nardone (http://soundobject.net/).