Friday, March 23, 2007
Friday, March 30, 2007
Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Complex
1515 St. Catherine West
For Information Call: 514-848-2424 x2340
Reception & Readings from the works of Robert Allen by his fellow writers, colleagues, friends and family. Sponsored by the Concordia University English Department.
Robert Allen, formerly a member of the English Department at Concordia, died November 3, 2006. He was author of two novels, a collection of short stories, and numerous collections of poetry, including, most recently, Standing Wave (Véhicule Press, 2005) and The Encantadas (Conundrum Press, 2006). Among the authors and colleagues who will read from the works of Robert Allen at this event are Vivienne Allen, Stephanie Bolster, Jason Camlot, Simon Dardick, Mary Di Michele, Jon Paul Fiorentino, Michael Harris, Judith Herz, Steve Luxton, David McGimpsey, David Solway, Caroline Marie Souaid and Carmine Starnino.
Jason Camlot, Associate Professor
English Department LB 501
1455 de Maisonneuve Boulevard West
Montréal, Québec H3G 1M8
Tel: (514) 848-2424 x2353
Fax: (514) 848-4501
Monday, March 19, 2007
A PILOT AND DEPARTURE READING SERIES SPECIAL
March 25, 2007 @ 8:30 pm
Blizzarts 3956-A St-Laurent Blvd
Sunday, March 18, 2007
The Science Poetry Dossier
edited by Gillian Savigny
We are looking for neurotransmissions capable of navigating the synapse between poetry and science. Send us your sestinas on seismology! Your botanic love poems! Your geodes! Your epics of empiricism! Show us how your interdisciplinary genes express themselves. We at Matrix have been noticing a curious trend in contemporary poetry and like good little scientists we would like to study and classify its range. Until May 1st we will be collecting examples of science poetry: a rare species of literature whose population is set to explode this spring in the 77 th issue of our magazine. Whether you look to entomology or lepidoptery, geometry or chemistry, biology or geology we want the fruits of your creative fermentation. We will accept poems that use science as technique or subject matter as well as those that take it as inspiration or enemy. For the next few weeks think parasite maintenance, fractals, and geopoetry. Raid the scientist's treasury of terminology and dress your poems in the loot.
send submissions to email@example.com
and check out www.matrixmagazine.org for our sexy new website!!!