on Sunday, November 22, 2009 @ 4pm
reading at Wonder Fair Art Gallery (803 Massachusetts St., downstairs from the Casbah Market).
Mathew Timmons is a writer, editor, curator and critic in Los Angeles. He is General Director of General Projects and he co-edits/curates Insert Press (w/ Stan Apps), LA-Lit (w/ Stephanie Rioux) and Late Night Snack (w/ Harold Abramowitz). A chapbook, Lip Service, was recently published by Slack Buddha Press. His first full-length book, The New Poetics (Les Figues Press), his micro-book collaboration with Marcus Civin, a particular vocabulary (P S Books), and an 800 page full color, large-format, hardbound book, CREDIT (Blanc Press), are forthcoming. His work may be found in various journals, including: Sleepingfish, P-Queue, Holy Beep!, Flim Forum, The Physical Poets, NōD, PRECIPICe, Or, Moonlit, aslongasittakes, eohippus labs, Try, Area Sneaks, Artweek, Artillery, The Magazine, X-TRA, and The Encyclopedia Project. He teaches interdisciplinary arts and writing workshops for CalArts School of Critical Studies.
Mathew's blog is here.
A poem by Mathew in Del Ray Cross's Shampoo.
Video by Mathew at Da Benshi Code.
Here you can buy up his massive CREDIT.
I am also reading. I am Robert J. Baumann and I think I will be reading from a chapbook called Robert J. Baumann's A Man About Town. Anne Boyer is putting it together. It has become a custom to use the person's name as a possessive adjective referring to the title but also as part of the title, so I did that. It felt clever at first but that has worn off. My favorite thing that I have done on the internets was with other people on this blog called "Willow Ufgood". I have some poems on-line, too. This "bio" felt less shameful to write in first person, but I still had serious "second thoughts" about putting my name in bold in that first line.