The Brown Bear Saturday Salon: Corrine Fitzpatrick
Corrine Fitzpatrick: WRAP VOICE AROUND VOICE LIKE A CURVE
Saturday, October 30, 2010. 12p – 6p.
Poet Corrine Fitzpatrick invites you to spend this Saturday reading, speaking, thinking & listening from within the stacks of The Brown Bear. Directed tasks and language games will unfold throughout the day, as friends and strangers trade each others’ utmost attention. Voices read and voices heard will fold into a brand new poem, to be written in situ and added to the shelves.
Composition is not there, it is going to be there and we are here. (Gertrude Stein)
Corrine Fitzpatrick is a Brooklyn-based poet whose recent writing can be read on Puppyflowers and New Poetics of Resistance, and in various print journals. She is the author of On Melody Dispatch (Goodbye Better, 2007) and Zamboangueña (sona books, 2007). Formerly the Program Coordinator of the Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church, she received an MFA from Bard College in 2010.
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