I know I'm a bit late on this, but here's a brief report from the [Dis]embodied Poetics Conference: Writing/Thinking/Being. The conference was amazing, and it happily coincided with a philosophy conference that one of my friends was going, too. So in addition to conferencing, I went on a lovely road trip, read with HR Hegnauer (who is even more amazing in person) for the Bombay Gin Reading Series, spent some time exploring Boulder and Nederland, and a went on a gorgeous hike.
The Jack Kerouac School is one of my favorite places on earth, and it was especially wonderful at the conference with so many poets visiting. Here's brief account of the panel I was on with Duriel Harris, Marthe Reed, and Lisa Samuels, and a few photos that I took from the trip:
|happy hour oysters welcome us to Boulder|
|reading from Desiring Map for the Bombay Gin Reading Series|
|Cecil Giscombe talking about big cats on a panel with Brenda Iijima, Linda Russo, and Laura Woltag|
|a few of the gorgeous books that came back from the conference with me|