• SLSA, October 8, 2020
  • New Inscriptions, October 17, 2020
  • Temple University Libraries, November 9, 2020


January 9, 2020, 3:30PM. Weird Books” with Tia Blassingame, Kari Kraus, Meredith McGill, Élika Ortega, and Whitney Trettien. Modern Language Association Conference. Sheraton Grand Seattle, Willow A. Seattle, WA.

March 25 4PM. Electronic Literature Lecture. San Diego State University. [CANCELLED]

April 13-14. Centre for Expanded Poetics. Concordia University. [CANCELLED]

April 21, 12-2:30PM. Class visit: Rebuilding the Book. Brown University. [CANCELLED]

May 8-10. “The Word, The Body, The Page: A Conversation with Serena Chopra and Shin Yu Pai.” Seattle Art Book Fair. [CANCELLED]


January 29, 2019, 12:30-1:30 PM. Writers on Writing. Professor Maya Sonenberg. University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

March 2, 2019, 1:30 PM. Panel: Collections. Amaranth Borsuk (University of Washington Bothell), “Wait, later this will be nothing”: Destruction and Durability in Artists’ Books Joshua Calhoun (University of Wisconsin-Madison), “‘Dead, then?’: Facing the Mortality of Texts” Andrew Stauffer (University of Virginia), “Gardens of Verse: Botanical Souvenirs and Lyric Reading” Moderator: Jessica Rosenberg (University of Miami). Part of Earthly Impressions: Book, Text, and Archive in the Anthropocene, a symposium in book history and the environmental humanities. Simpson Center for the Humanities, CMU 202, University of Washington.

March 28, 2019, 12:00 PM. Poetry and Technology: Appendage, Mask, Voice, Body, and Song. Samuel Ace, LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, Douglas Kearney, and Ronaldo Wilson. Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference. Portland, OR.

April 6, 2019, 11 AM–5 PM. The Image Speaks: Video Poetry Workshop. Cadence Video Poetry Festival. Northwest Film Forum. Seattle, WA.

April 25, 2019, 7 PM. “The Evolution of Our Language.” A collaboration with Colleen Trundy, Ellie Kozlowski, Francis Miranda, Nathan Gray, Rana San, Susan Harewood, and Zoe Wilson. Characteristic Cadence. Cadence Video Poetry Festival. Northwest Film Forum. Seattle, WA.

June 20, 2019, 6:30PM. Thomas Walton: The World Is All That Does Befall Us book launch. Hugo House, Seattle, WA.

August 16, 2019, 7PM. Gamut literary series featuring Eric Acosta, Amaranth Borsuk, Aya Bram, Corbin Louis, and Stephanie Segura. Open Books: A Poem Emporium. Seattle, WA.

September 27, 2019, 7PM. “Poetry and conversation with Anne-Lesley Selcer and Amaranth Borsuk.” Open Books: A Poem Emporium. Seattle, WA.

November 11, 2019, 6PM. Visiting Artist Talk. Southwest School of Art. San Antonio, TX.

November 14, 2019, 11AM. American Book Review reading series. University of Houston, Victoria. Victoria, TX.


February 8, 2018, 12:30PM: Reading and conversation, Writers on Writing, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

March 19, 2018: Artist’s talk, ENGL335 Electronic Literature, Capilano University, Vancouver BC.

April 5, 2018, 7PM. Panel discussion on video poetry with curator Chelsea Werner-Jatzke, Nikkita Oliver, and Tom Konyves. Cadence Video Poetry Festival opening screening: Core Sample. Northwest Film Forum. In addition to this panel, “June 17th,” a video collaboration with Andy Fitch, was shown at the festival’s closing screening: Cadence: Cross Section on April 26 at 7:30PM. Northwest Film Forum, Seattle, WA.

May 7, 2018, 7PM. Book launch for The Book and conversation with artist micha cárdenas. Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle, WA.

June 21, 2018, 6PM. The Book. MIT Press Bookstore, 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA.

July 12, 2018, 7PM. The Lab Presents: Forms of the Book, Metamorphosis & Beyond. Amaranth Borsuk, Doug Nufer, and Shin Yu Pai, The Lab at Ada’s Technical Books and Café, Seattle, WA.

August 8, 2017, 7-8:30PM. Joshua Beckman and Don Mee Choi interviewed by Amaranth Borsuk, Open Books: A Poem Emporium, Seattle, WA.

November 27, 2018, 7PM. “The Shapeshifting Book: From Clay Tablet, to Paper, to Touchscreen,” Pub Night Talks, Haynes’ Hall, McMenamins Anderson School, Bothell, WA.


January 4-6: Visiting Writer. Stetson University MFA of the Americas. Atlantic Center for the Arts. New Smyrna Beach, FL.

January 19: Hammer Readings. The Armand Hammer Museum. Los Angeles, CA. [video]

February 3: Affect and Audience in the Digital Age: Activist Poetics. The Simpson Center for the Humanities. Seattle, WA.

February 9: Bat City Review AWP Offsite Reading. St. Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church, 1525 Newton St NW, Washington DC, 20010.

February 10: Troubling Objects and Bodies: Experimental Women Writers Redefine the Archive. (Nicole Cooley, Amaranth Borsuk, Tisa Bryant, Tracie Morris) Our cross-genre panel looks at the archive, the library, and the collection through the work of five women writers and asks how we can rethink the way we write about history in this fraught moment where we are deeply aware of the ways it has been constructed. A diverse group of women panelists—poets and fiction and nonfiction writers from all over the country—will discuss how they redefine archival work, integrating new approaches involving digital images, photographs, and found text. Room 102B Washington Convention Center. AWP Conference, Washington, DC.

February 24: It Was Written: Poetry Inspired by HipHop (Minor Arcana Press, 2017), launch and reading with Quenton Baker, Brian McGuigan, and Robert Lashley. Vermillion. Seattle, WA.

March 11-12: 10am-6pm. Expanded Poetics: Romantic, Modernist, Contemporary. Symposium hosted by Nathan Brown at the Centre For Expanded Poetics. Concordia University, 1455 de Maisonneuve Boulevard West, Webster Library Seminar Room LB 362, Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1M8, CANADA.

March 11: 8pm. Reading with Brian Kim Stefans and Adam Dickinson. Librairie Drawn and Quarterly, 211 Bernard Ouest, Montreal, Quebec, CANADA.

May 9: 7pm. Reading with Jordan Abel and Sarah Dowling. Open Books, 2414 N 45th St., Seattle, WA.

June 26: Easy Speak Seattle.  7:30pm. Wedgwood Ale House, 8515 35th Ave NE., Seattle, WA.

September 9: 6:30-8PM. Pacifica Issue 10 Release Party. With Jean Burnet, John Englehardt, Jeanine Walker, and Corina Zappia. The Royal Room, 5000 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, Washington 98118.

October 5: 4 –7PM. Talk and reading with Ian Hatcher at the opening of Fra A Til 3d exhibition. Roskilde Bibliotek, Dronning Margrethes Vej 14, 4000 Roskilde, Denmark.

October 6: 12PM, Lunch talk. 2–4pm, Friday Lecture, Store auditorium, INCUBA, Aabogade, Aarhus N. Aarhus University, Aarhus Denmark.

October 12: 6-7PM. “Poetic Mutations and Digital Mediations,” Fall 2017 Poets & Writers Series, Temple University. Temple Contemporary, Tyler School of Art, 2001 N. 13th St.,Philadelphia, PA 19122.

October 13: 8PM. Poetics Plus, SUNY Buffalo, Western New York Book Arts Center, 468 Washington St., New York.


cdmjfutueaimdxgJanuary 29: Affect and Audience: Translational Poetics. Simpson Center for the Humanities. Seattle, WA.

March: My collaboration with Carrie Bodle, Wave Signs included in the exhibition “Giant Steps: Artist Residency on the Moon” at King Street Station, Seattle, WA.

March 11: No Legacy Exhibition Opening Performances. With Doménico Chiappe. Morrison Library. UC Berkeley. Berkeley, CA.

March 31: Janus-Faced: The Writing MFA in Art School and the University. With Mairead Byrne, John Cayley, Peter Gadol and Tracie Morris. AWP Writers Conference. Room 506, LA Convention Center, Meeting Room Level. Los Angeles, CA.

March 31: 1913, Sidebrow, and Wesleyan UP off-site reading. With Rae Armantrout, Kate Durbin, Ben & Sandra Doller, Lily Hoang, Fred Moten, and Mathias Svalina. Ace Hotel. Los Angeles, CA.

April 1: Kore press AWP Book Launch. With Laynie Browne, Allison Campbell, Sarah Mangold, Tracie Morris, and Cori Winrock. Bar9. Los Angeles, CA.

April 2: Ekphrasis in the Digital Age: Beyond Mere Description. With Timothy Bradford, Amy Catanzano, Megan Kaminski, Amaranth Borsuk, Matthew Cooperman. AWP Writers Conference. Room 505, LA Convention Center, Meeting Room Level. Los Angeles, CA.

April 6-8: Beall Poetry Festival, with Nicole Cooley and Kevin Young. Baylor University. Waco, TX

April 23: Abra: A Living Text book launch with Ian Hatcher, Kate Durbin, Cecilia Corrigan, Alejandro Miguel Justino Crawford, Claire Donato, Judd Morrissey, Ben Fama, Farnoosh Fathi, Carla Gannis, Becca Klaver, Claire Kwong, Paul Legault, and Nick Monfort. Printed Matter. New York, NY.

May 14: Poetry Comics exhibition opening reading. With Catherine Bresner, Willy Fitzgerald, Colleen Louise Barry, and Gabby Bates. Mount Analogue Gallery. Seattle, WA.

May 21: Pomegranate Eater and Giraffes of Devotion Launch Party and reading. With Sarah Mangold. Open Books, Seattle, WA.

June 15: Spare Room Reading Series. With Ian Hatcher and Jamondria Marnice Harris. Passages Bookshop, Portland, OR.

August 18: “The Untuning of the Sky: Moongazing in the Skyspace.” A participatory sound poetry reading, Moon Signs with artists’ ephemera. A collaboration with Carrie Bodle. Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA. Readings at 10, 10:30, and 11pm.

August 26: “The Untuning of the Sky: SAM Remix.” A participatory sound poetry reading, Moon Signs with artists’ ephemera. A collaboration with Carrie Bodle. Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, WA. Reading at 10:30pm. in the amphitheater.

September 10: “Electronic Literature Organization: We Have Always Been Digital.” With Abraham Avnisan, John Cayley, David Clark, Caitlin Fisher, Ian Hatcher, Porpentine Charity Heartscape, Flourish Klink, Tan Lin, Nick Montfort, Kia Miakka Natisse, and Allison Parrish. Curated and hosted by Illya Szilak.

displaymediaSeptember 13:The Book Mutates: A Talk and Reading.” Norlin Library, British Studies Room. CU Boulder. Co-sponsored by IAWP Visiting Artist Series.

September 14: EveryEye / Fork Socket reading. With Julie Carr and Sam Killmeyer. The Forge Publick House. Fort Collins, CO.

September 15: Subtext, an evening of national and Denver-based artists and creators working with text and media. With Douglas Kearney, SpringGun Press, Miriam Suzanne, Joshua Ware, Khadijah Queen, W. Scott Howard, Rafael Fajardo, Noah Phillips, Laleh Mehran, and Timothy Weaver. Counterpath. Denver, CO.

October 1-2: Convergence on Poetics. UW Bothell. Featuring Tracie Morris, Laynie Brown, Sarah Baker, Joshua Beckman, John Beer, Aeron Bergman, Anselm Berrigan, Richard Chiem, Allison Cobb, Brian Evenson, Lisa Fishman, Jeanne Heuving, Tyehimba Jess, Don Mee Choi, Joe Milutis, Robert Mittenthal, Aaron Shurin, Tree Swenson, Kaitlin Young, and Matthew Zapruder.

October 22:  The Reva and David Logan Symposium on the Artist’s Book: Futures of the Book, How artists redefine print media. Keynote by Stephen Bury. Panelists Daniel Mellis, Alastair Johnson, Clifton Meador, and Emily McVarish. Florence Gould Theater, Legion of Honor. San Francisco, CA. (Free with museum admission). [video]

November 3: Kore Press and Action Books poetry reading with Jane Wong, Don Mee Choi, Jennifer Kronovet, Sarah Mangold, and Sarah Rosenthal. Elliott Bay Book Company. Seattle, WA

November 5: Spare Room Reading Series. With Valerie Witte, Sarah Mangold, Jennifer Kronovet, Dao Strom, and Sarah Rosenthal. Passages Bookshop, Portland, OR.


January 9: ELO Off-site reading with Kate Armstrong, Dan Anderson, Jim Andrews, Sandy Baldwin, Dene Grigar, Nicola Harwood, Eric Ripka, and Mark Sample. MLA Conference. Rickshaw Theater, Vancouver, BC.

January 21: Evergreen State College Art Lecture Series with Andy Fitch. 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia, WA. [Video]

January 21: If Not For Kidnap with Andy Fitch. Ristretto Roasters,  555 Northeast Couch St, Portland, OR.[Facebook].

January 22: Margin Shift Reading Series with Andy Fitch. Hedreen Gallery. 901 12th Ave., Seattle, WA.

January 31: PageBoy Issue 7 Release. Vermillion, 1508 11th Ave., Seattle, WA.

March 26:Lyrical Visions: Use of the Image in Contemporary Poetics,” with Kate Durbin, Ian Hatcher, Diana Arterian, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Robin Coste Lewis, and John Pluecker. &Now2015: Blast Radius. Valencia, CA.

March 28:Mixed Doubles: Collaboration and Textual Tension,” with Andy Fitch, Ian Hatcher and Stephanie Strickland. &Now2015: Blast Radius. Valencia, CA.

March 29: Non-Standard Lit Reading Series, with Andy Fitch, Sandra Doller and Ben Doller. Gym Standard, 2903 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92104.

April 29: Poetic Innovations, with Maria Damon, & Danielle Legros Georges. MassArt College of Art and Design. Kennedy 406. Boston, MA.

April 30: F R E Q U E N C Y, with Sam Simas and Sarah Tourjee. 186 Carpenter St. Providence, RI.

May 1: phantom phantom with Andy Fitch, Jeff Silva, Cheryl Clark Vermeulen and Antonio Ochoa. The Green Room. 62 Bow St. Somerville, MA.

May 2: Segue Reading Series. The Zinc Bar. 82 West 3rd Street. New York, NY 10012.

July 23: Vermillion Art Gallery and Bar reading with Ted Mathys, Jessica Bozek, and Ian Hatcher. Vermillion Art Gallery, Seattle, WA.

August 17:The Aesthetics of Erasure” roundtable with Paul Benzon, Seth Ellis, Nick Montfort, Matthew Schilleman, and Sarah Sweeney. International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA). Simon Fraser University, Goldcorp Centre for the Arts Room 4310, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC.

August 31: The Los Angeles Review Reading, with Tom Janikowski, Elissa Washuta, and Patrick Milan. The Elliott Bay Book Company. Seattle, WA.

October 1-2: Annual Convergence on Poetics at UW Bothell, with keynotes by Nathaniel Mackey and Renee Gladman and presentations by Eleni Stecopoulos, Rebecca Brown, micha cárdenas, Sarah Dowling, Jeanne Heuving, C. Davida Ingram, Alex Martin, Mike Katell, Gregory Laynor, Sarah Mangold, Doug Nufer, Jessica Obrist, Shanghai Pearl, and Danielle Vogel.

simposio-011-1October 8-9: Simposio internacional Máquinas de inminencia: estéticas de la literatura electrónica, Sala Carlos Chavez, Centro Cultural Universitario, Mexico City, DF. Mexico.

October 10: Crítica de la hibridez digital, Conversación sobre arte electrónico with Amanda de la Garza, Jan Robert Leegte, and Gustavo Romano. Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City, DF. Mexico.

October 17: A screening of June 17th (video collaboration with Andy Fitch, Chris James Thompson, and Pang Her). Visual Verse Film Festival. The Cinematheque, Vancouver, B.C.

October 23-25: A screening of June 17th (video collaboration with Andy Fitch, Chris James Thompson, and Pang Her) Videomedeja festival of the moving image. Museum of Contemporary Art, Novi Sad, Serbia.

November 25: Noche de Museos, Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco. A videochat with David Clark and the organizers of the exhibition “Literatura electrónica: Politica y cuerpo en el presente digital.”

December 2015. A screening of “June 17th” and “April 30th” (video collaboration with Andy Fitch, Chris James Thompson, and Pang Her) at the Institute for Experimental Arts during the 4th International Video Poetry Festival in Athens, Greece.


Jan. 11: The Vulnerable Rumble, Red Rover Reading Series MLA Off-Site. Outer Space Studio, Wicker Park. Chicago, IL.

1534819_10203181299842892_1099092569_oJan. 30: VOX Reading Series, Ciné, 234 West Hancock Avenue. Athens GA 30601.
Feb. 27: New Media Beyond the Book. Roundtable with Kate Durbin, Ian Hatcher, Alex Chasin, and Samantha Gorman. Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference. Washington State Convention Center, Level 6, Room 608.
Feb. 27: Make: A Literary Magazine AWP off-site reading featuring Daniel Borzutzky + Valerie Mejer + Kristin Dykstra (bilingual mash-up), Jackie Clark, Joel Craig, Andy Fitch+ Amaranth Borsuk, Carol Guess, and Broc Rossell. MOE Bar, Seatle, WA.
Mar. 1: From the Convergence Zone, an AWP Off-site reading sponsored by the UWB MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics. Featuring MFA faculty and pressmates from 1913, Belladonna* Collaborative, Chax Press, Coach House Books, Essay Press, Les Figues Press, and Split Level Texts. Sole Repair, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA.
March 11. Research in Progress: “Abracadata: Artists’ Books in the Digital Age.” UW Bothell, LB1-205.
March 16: Reading with Diana Arterian. If Not For Kidnap. Portland, OR.
March 20: Virginia Military Institute, Dean’s Evening Lecture Period, Turman Room, VMI, Lexington, VA.
March 24: Reading with Erik Loyer and Samantha Gorman, Cal State University, San Marcos, Arts & Lectures series. San Diego, CA.
April 26: Whispering Galleries: New Haven, a site-specific interactive textwork sponsored by Site Projects and CT At Work with the New Haven Free Public Library. New Haven, CT. (Exhibition of the work runs through fall, 2014.
May 15-17: Digital Technologies and the Future of the Humanities, City University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong, China.
May 16: Performance with Erik Loyer and David Jhave Johnson, Gallery 360, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Center, City University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong, China.
June 19-21: Electronic Literature Organization Conference: Hold The Light, Milwaukee, WI.
June 21: Reading at Woodland Pattern Book Center with Ian Hatcher and Stephanie Strickland. Milwaukee, WI.
October 5: Co-moderator with Jon Beer of “Perspectives on the Evolving Book Object,” a panel discussion with Patricia No & Antonia Pinter (Publication Studio); Adam Davis (Division Leap); John Brodie & Blair Saxon-Hill (Monograph Bookwerks); Myles Haselhorst (Ampersand Gallery & Fine Books). Curated by Stacey Tran and Travis Meyer as part of Design Week Portland. Portland, OR.
October 8: EveryEye Presents: Amaranth Borsuk, Andy Fitch and Jeffrey Pethybridge. The Forge Publick House, Fort Collins, CO.
October 9: Subito Press Showcase: Borsuk, Brubaker, Fitch, and Hummel. Norlin Library, CU Boulder, Boulder, CO.
October 10: “Collaborative Being: Gender, Race, and Sexuality,” a panel with Andy Fitch, Aimee Herman, and Ailish Hopper. [Dis]Embodied Poetics Conference, The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Naropa. Boulder, CO.
October 11: Amaranth Borsuk, Andy Fitch, and Bryan Hurt. Mountain Fold Books, Colorado Springs, CO.
October 12: “Touching Writing, Haptic Thinking: Embodiment, performance, and touch-screen literature,” a panel with Kate Durbin, Samantha Gorman, Ian Hatcher, and Stephanie Strickland. [Dis]Embodied Poetics Conference, The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Naropa. Boulder, CO.
November 18: Visiting Speaker, W+. Lecture and Open Class. RISD, CIT 103, 169 Weybosset St., Providence, RI.
December 10: Danny’s Tavern. With Andy Fitch and Tony Trigilio. 1951 W. Dickens Ave., Chicago, IL.
December 11: Woodland Pattern Book Center. With Andy Fitch and Anna Vitale. 720 E. Locust St., Milwaukee, WI.
December 12: Oscar Presents. With Oliver Bendorf. 1335 Williamson St., Apt, 1, Madison, Wisconsin.
December 13: 60 Morning Talks with Andy Fitch, Joel Craig,Caryl Pagel, and Nick Twemlo. Myopic Books, 1564 N Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL.


Jan. 4: Avenues of Access (in conjunction with the Electronic Literature Organization’s MLA exhibition), Bordy Theater, Emerson College, Boston, MA.
Jan. 23: The Evergreen State College, Olympia WA.
Jan. 25: The Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle WA.
Feb. 1: Here Nor There: Telling Stories with Augmented Reality. Nouspace Gallery & Media Lounge, Vancouver WA.
Feb. 8: Class visit: Capilano University [PHOTOS at link], North Vancouver BC.
Feb. 17: Reading with Lisa Radon, The Spare Room, Portland OR.
Feb. 28: E-Lit Under the Stars. [VIDEO] University of Southern California. Institute for Multimedia Literacy Courtyard.
Mar. 1: New Literature On and Between Screens. An Electronic Literature Reading Event with Erik Loyer, Samantha Gorman, and Danny Cannizzaro. University of California, San Diego.
Mar. 7: Al Mutanabbi Street Starts Here anthology reading with Kazim Ali, Alise Alousi, Sarah Browning, Persis Karim, Terese Svoboda, Cambridge Arts Council Gallery, Cambridge, MA.
April 2: University of Washington’s Castalia Reading Series, Richard Hugo House, Seattle WA. [Audio] April 13: The Book that Was to Come, hosted by The Chicago Poetry Center. Doro Boehme, Amaranth Borsuk, Lindsey French, Ian Hatcher, and Krissy Wilson. Chicago Cultural Center’s Claudia Cassidy Theater, Chicago, IL. [Facebook] April 15: Emerging Writers Series, University of Nevada, Reno NV. [Flyer] April 16: Black Mountain Institute: Emerging Writers Series, Las Vegas NV. [Flyer] May 24: POCKET TONES : “EXILE WATER” [A POCKET NOTES HAPPENING/GATHERING/SOUND NIGHT]. Pocket Notes Issue 2 launch with Donald Dunbar, Gary Wiseman, James Yeary, Jessalyn Wakefield, Jules Boykoff, Kaia Sand, and Zachary Schomburg. Independent Publishing Resource Center, Portland, OR. [Photos, documentation, video] June 18: Reading with Wayne Clements and Loss Pequeño Glazier. The Poetry Library at Southbank Center. As part of E-Poetry 2012 London / Kingston.
June 27: Encuentros 2013: inspiring innovation, Cambridge MA.
Sept. 11: Bad Blood reading series with Kate Greenstreet and Rich Smith. ADX, Portland, Oregon.
Sept. 26: 1913’s Victory Over the Sun. &Now Festival of New Writing, Boulder, CO.
Oct. 3-5: Convergence on Poetics, University of Washington, Bothell.
Oct. 18: Affect and Audience in the Digital Age, Simpson Center for Humanities, University of Washington, Seattle.
Nov 27: Henry Art Gallery ArtBreak Tour of Jason Dodge, What We Have Done. Seattle, WA.


Jan. MLA Off-Site Reading. [MP3 via PenSound]. Downstairs at Town Hall, Seattle, WA 98101. Supported by the University of Washington Bothell’s MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics, UW Simpson Humanities Center, and Seattle writers.
Feb. 10-12: Interrupt ii, Brown University.
Feb. 3-4: “Language to Cover a Wall” exhibition, Digital Poetry weekend. SUNY Buffalo.
March 1:  Simone’s Lab. With readers from Slope, Bateau, Rose Metal, Versal, Interrupture and Burnside. [Release of Handiwork at AWP] LOOKMarch 2: Stop Smiling Storefront. With Jill Magi, Danielle Dutton, and Erica Baum. Presented by Siglio Press and Ugly Duckling Presse. [Release for Between Page and Screen at AWP] April 11: “Celan Salon: Amaranth Borsuk, Gretchen Henderson, and Sam Lohman,” Flying Object: 42 West Street, Hadley, MA.
April 18: “From Page to Screen,” Student Innovation Center, Rochester Institute of Technology, Building 87, Rochester, NY. [VIDEO] April 21: “A Reading By Slope Editions Poets” with Chris Janke, Alex Peary, and Ethan Paquin. Massachusetts Poetry Festival. Salem Community Charter School, Room 5, Museum Place Mall, Suite 121, Salem MA.
May 3-4:  Unbound: Speculations on the Future of the Book (co-host with Gretchen Henderson), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.
May 5: Innovative Lit at Lorem Ipsum Books With Christian Bök and Nick Montfort. Lorem Ipsum, 1299 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA 02139.
May 18-20: Poetry Off the Page Symposium, University of Arizona Poetry Center. [Video online at the VOCA site] June 6: AndNow Festival of New Writing, Paris, France.
June 14: PoMulti, an evening of Slovak and English poetry sponsored by the Fulbright Foundation, with Andrew Giarelli, Martin Solotruk and Zuzana Husárová, Kafe Scherz, Partizanska 2, Bratislava.
July 12: State of the Union: Solstice Summer Reading Series, with Iain Haley Pollock and Kathleen Aguero,Pine Manor College, Solstice MFA Program, Chestnut Hill, MA.
July 19: The Poetry Institute, The Institute Library, 847 Chapel Street, New Haven, CT.
July 20: Triple Canopy reading with Erica Baum, hosted by Dan Visel. Triple Canopy, 155 Freeman Street, Brooklyn, NY.
July 22: New York City Poetry Festival, InDigest reading with Ronaldo V. Wilson and Mark Leidner, Governor’s Island, New York.
August 26: An Outdoor Reading with Chelsea Tadeyeske, Cynthia Spencer, and Alex Bleecker. Music by Lobo Marino, 2nd Ave W and NW Canal (Fremont Waterfront), Seattle, WA. [VIDEO] September 27-30: Convergence on Poetics, University of Washington Bothell,Bothell, WA. [MP3] October 5: Sundance Books and Music with David Abel, Brent Cunningham, and Genevieve Kaplan, 121 California Avenue, Reno, NV.
October 6: “Refiguring The Book,” Nevada Museum of Art, 160 West Liberty Street Reno, NV.
October 11: Reading and conversation with Peter Covino, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI.
October 11: Reading and conversation with Todd Jokl and Latasha N. Nevada Diggs, University of New Haven, New Haven, CT. [Write-up] November 10: The Book as Interface, Féria International Del Libro Infantil Y Juvenil, Mexico City, Mexico. [VIDEO in Spanish] December 21: InDigest Presents the Last Reading on Earth. [VIDEO].


  • AWP Conference, “Translation as Collaboration; Collaboration as Translation,” panel with Gabriela Jauregui, Kate Durbin, Lara Glenum, and Mira Rosenthal. [Podcast, AWP login required]
  • The Song Cave at AWP
    with Macgregor Card, Jane Gregory, Amanda Nadelberg, Andy Fitch, Rod Smith, and Jared Stanley.
    Bridge Street Books, Georgetown, Washington, D.C.
  • Between Page and Screen: Digital, Visual and Material Poetics [podcast available]. Comparative Media Studies Colloquium, co-hosted with Nick Montfort’s Purple Blurb reading series. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
    Beyond the Pages: the future of the book. Roundtable with visiting artist Deborah Davidson; Timothy Bickmore, NU Assistant Professor in the College of Computer and Information Science; and Erika Boeckeler, NU Assistant Professor in English. The Humanities Center. Northeastern University.
  • Reading and poetry workshop, hosted by Professor Jim Cocola. Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Department of Humanities and Arts.
  • Inspire Session: Between Page and Screen
    The FUTUReBOOK Innovation Workshop, London, United Kingdom
    Curated by Sophie Rochester of The Literary Platform, in association with FUTUReBOOK
    “Artistic Collaboration”
  • West Chester Poetry Conference, West Chester University, Pennsylvania
    Terri Witek (Chair), Cyriaco Lopes, Kim Bridgford, and Jo Yarrington.
  • &Now Festival of New Writing: Tomorrowland Forever. UC San Diego. San Diego, CA.
    With Kate Durbin, Matt Timmons, Terri Witek, and Cyriaco Lopes.
  • The Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church. With Kate Durbin. New York, NY. [Audio] Small Animal Project reading series. With Kate Durbin and Brigitte Byrd. [FACEBOOK] Cambridge, MA.
    Supermachine at Flying Object: Alexandria Peary, Elaine Kahn & Ben Fama. [FACEBOOK] Hadley, MA.
    VLAK 2 Launch. [FACEBOOK] Zinc Bar, 82 West 3rd Street, Greenwich Village, New York, NY.