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March 18th, 6:30pm
@ Publication Studio 717 SW Ankeny St. Portland, Oregon 97205

Publication Studio Presents INCA Presents Lina Persson

Publication Studio Presents INCA Presents LINA PERSSON, an artist talk on Friday March 18th at 6:30pm. 

Lina Persson is an artist and teacher based in Stockholm, Sweden, and runs Bilaga Editions with Mari Lagerquist. Persson has a special interest in how science and mythology meet in the science fiction genre. She investigates the struggle over the interpretation of the future, she traced geological transformations through human storytelling and connects technological ideology with the shaping of the planet. She is currently senior lecturer at the animation program at the Stockholm University of the Arts. Persson's work has been shown internationally, including exhibitions at CAG (Connecticut), 0047 (Oslo), VM Gallery (Karachi), IASPIS (Stockholm), La Capella (Barcelona), Reykjavik Art Festival and United Nation Plaza (Berlin). 

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March 10th, 7pm
@ Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop 126A Front St, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Peter Nickowitz reading at Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop

Peter Nickowitz, Christopher Soto (aka Loma), Amanda Dissinger, and Lucas de Lima will be reading at Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop on March 10th at 7pm. Peter Nickowitz is the author of Cinema Vernacular.

Cinema—with its jump cuts, flashes of image, and potent juxtapositions—feels like a natural medium for representing urban life, and Peter Nickowitz makes fine use of this in Cinema Vernacular, writing a screenplay of love and eros in two great accurately observed that our speaker even collages accounts of his therapy sessions. Ironic and vulnerable, full of longing but savvily independent, the speaker in Nickowitz's poems is a recognizable, alert, 21st century citizen, sustained and flummoxed by desire. —Mark Doty

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6 - 8 pm, January 8th, 2016
@ Publication Studio 717 SW Ankeny St. Portland, Oregon 97205

Pencils & A Pen book party

Please join us at Publication Studio for a book party celebrating the launch of Laura Foxman's Pencils & A Pen: A Survey of 1980s Japanese Novelty Pencils Produced During the Emergence of Personal Computing. The evening will feature a talk with author Laura Foxman, illuminations from Japanese translator Ayumi Giampietro, a micro installation in collaboration with Penn State Architecture students, a Japanese music mix, drinks and snacks. 

6 - 8pm
free and open to the public

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December 13th, noon - 6pm
@ The Cleaners at Ace Hotel 403 SW 10th Ave. Portland, Oregon

Publication Fair 2015

Please join us for the seventh annual Publication Fair! Sponsored by Ace Hotel, this year's fair will be featuring:

Ampersand Gallery & Fine Books
About a Bicycle (AAB)
Anthology Booksellers
Big Big Wednesday
Book Arts Editions
Container Corps
Couch Press
Division Leap
Floating World Comics
Future Tense Books
Gobshite Quarterly / Reprobate Books
Know Your City
Mini Chapbook Press
Monograph Bookwerks
Mother Foucault's Bookshop
Octopus Books
Passages Bookshop
Perfect Day Publishing
Personal Libraries Library
Poor Claudia
Portland Museum of Modern Art
Publication Studio
Reading Frenzy
Sincerely Analog Press
Two Plum Press
University of Hell Press
Whitewall of Sound Publications

free & open to the public

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December 9th, 7pm
@ BGSQD 208 West 13th Street, Room 210, New York, NY 10011

John Hanning book release at BGSQD

We are thrilled to announce the release of John Hanning's Unfortunate Male at Bureau of General Services—Queer Division on December 9th at 7pm EST.  An artist edition of 100 of Unfortunate Male will be available at the event, and a "plain edition" will be available on our website and in bookstores soon. 

Jackson Davidow, Camilo Godoy, Ted Kerr, Kris Nuzzi, Esther McGowan, Lucas Michael, and Frederic Sinclair will be joining John Hanning in reading passages from Unfortunate Male—telling the strange tension between the incomprehensibility of medical records and the crispness of Hanning's articulation of memory. 

John Hanning is a collage and digital artist born in Arkansas. His work has been exhibited in numerous group exhibitions including Queer WAH, WAH Center, Brooklyn, The Queer Feeling of Tomorrow, Art Gallery Guelph, Canada; Powerful Babies: Keith Haring's Impact on Artists Today, Spriritmuseum, Sweden; Color Dot Connect, Mixed Greens, New York; and in alternative spaces throughout New York City. Hanning is also the creator of Cosmo, his stick-figure-alter-ego and virtual avatar and the author of Unfortunate Male, his first book. He lives and works in Brooklyn.

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