October 21, 8pm
@ The Waypost, 3120 N. Williams Ave
Jacqueline Suskin, Emily Alden Foster, and Noah Gersham make a stop in Portland on their tour. There will be a screening of a short film by Foster, a slideshow performance and writing on the portable Poem Store by Suskin and Gersham will be reading poems from his new book The Enthusiast.
October 20, 7pm
@ Henry Art Gallery, 15th Ave NE and NE 41st Seattle, WA 9819
October 15, 2011
@ Café Epicerie 38 rue Sambre et Meuse, 75010 Paris
Paraguay Press and Publication Studio invite you to a dinner celebration for their co-publication of Revolution: an Annotated Reader, compiled and annotated by Lisa Robertson and Matthew Stadler. The book features an an extensive bibliography by David Brazil. Lisa Robertson and Matthew Stadler will be in attendance, along with Thomas Boutoux of Paraguay Press, Section 7 Books, and castillo/corrales gallery. The menu is being planned and prepared by Chef Judith Clwhere the dinner will be held. The dinner is tout compris, including food, wine, and service. While finished copies of the book will not be available at the dinner, attendees will each be given unique signatures from the 1000+ page volume. 37 euros. Very limited seating. Click "buy" below to purchase tickets.
October 14, 6pm-midnight
@ Portland Art Museum 1219 SW Park Ave Portland, OR 97205
This year's Shine a Light at PAM features a whole-book-in-one-day collaboration between PS and designer Molly Sherman. Visitors will contribute material to Molly Sherman who will design the book and PS will make a limited edition of 25 copies, all in one evening. The making of the books will be an open demonstration and the 25 copies will be distributed via lottery system.
October 6 6-9pm
@ PNCA Manuel Izquierdo Gallery 1302 NW Kearney St.
Philip Iosca's first solo exhibition opening reception at PNCA consisting of 9 new works entitled Hopefully I Become The Universe. "The work is inspired by seven extraordinary young men from across the United States who independently and tragically ended their lives between July 9 and September 29, 2010 as a result of bulling they received for being openly gay or perceived as being gay." -Philip Iosca