an evening with bas-books: Gordon Faylor, Lanny Jordan Jackson, Andy Sterling, SAT 4/14/12

Join us Saturday, April 14, for readings with four poets from parts south and west.  Videos will be projected, words will be spoken.

About the readers:

Gordon Faylor is the editor of Gauss PDF, a publisher of digitally-based works. He is the author of Sebaceous Heph and Docking, Rust Archon, both published by bas-books, and REPLUMLESS N Material (forthcoming); other projects can be downloaded at jqua.net.

Lanny Jordan Jackson is an artist living in New York City. Current projects include various video work, designing and editing a small press: bas-books (www.bas-books.com), and acting as editor and participant in the second volume of Collective Task, a year-long collaborative art and writing experiment. (More on Collective Task here: http://www.moma.org/explore/multimedia/videos/195/1043)

Andy Sterling is a writer and researcher living in New York City. His work has appeared in Well-Greased and Gauss-PDF, and his book, Mackey, was published by bas-books in 2010.

All three readers recently appeared at the MoMA as part of the Museum’s “Modern Poets” series.

bas-books pops up at InterCambio for the week that follows.

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More about bas-books:

bas-books.com

bas meaning low

also stocking

hyphen meaning a mark joining two syllables or words, probably indicating how they are to be sung

books meaning to engage a performer as a guest

 



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