Loose Change Magazine Summer 2015!

Thank you to editor Michael Tod Edgerton for including my hybrid piece,
“Eva 1 & Eva 2” in the awesome new issue of Loose Change Magazine!

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Drunken Boat 22 has launched!

with a new review issue!

Reviews by Judith Goldman, Johanna Drucker, Barbara Duffy, Aisha Sabatini Sloan, Kelly Lydick, and and interview with Cornelius Eady by Alexis Orgera—

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Transom 9 is out!

Transom 9 has launched!

Poems by:

Holly Mitchell
Michael Robins
Cindy Carlson
Zach Savich
Daniel Coudriet
Khairani Barokka
Mark Gosztyla
Shira Dentz
John Myers
Christopher J. Adamson
Caroline Klocksiem
Nico Alvarado

Transom 9

Kingfisher
Acryla Gouache, ink, watercolor on cradled Claybord
Jan Duschen

 

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& NOW 2015: Blast Radius

 

&NOW 2015 AT CALARTS

A Festival of New Writing

March 25-28, 2015

Rose Secoming : an image-music-text performance responding to the experience of female aging, and featuring the legendary Pauline Oliveros, Celia Bland, Shira Dentz, Kathy High (Friday 2:30-3:45)

 

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Readings!

Sunday, March 22
Shira Dentz, Daniel Nester, Gretchen Primak, Matthew Klane, Celia Bland
The Arts Center of the Capitol Region
265 River Street
Troy, NY
2:00 PM Free, book signing, & refreshments will be served
http://www.artscenteronline.org/a-poetic-spring-five-upstate-poets-read-from-their-work/13291/

Friday, March 27
Shira Dentz, Pauline Oliveros, Kathy High, Celia Bland
“Rose Secomng”: A multi-media (text-image-music) reading and performance centered on female aging
& Now 2015 Conference
CalArts
Valencia, CA
2:30 PM Free
http://andnow2015a.sched.org/event/3834e384fac76f1e110f6eff4c36576a#.VPrws8b9qyk

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Thank you, ASU!

1798908_10152620688723005_8427131576284841821_oA tasty Thai dinner with some N.C. poets before my reading at Appalachian State University in their Guest Writers’ Reading Series.

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“Written Response Requested,” A Collaboration with the Albany Public Library

Some of the best inspiration for creating art comes from other pieces of art. When an artist creates a work and sends it out into the world, it’s up to the viewer to interpret it, to make meaning out of it. Often that meaning is wildly different than what the artist originally intended. In this sense, viewing art is a collaboration or creative exchange between artist and viewer. – See more at: http://pinehillsreview.strose.edu/writtenresponse/#sthash.uXkqJkiH.dpufWWWPostcard1a

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door of thin skins reviewed

by Kristina Marie Darling in American Literary Review:

“…what I find most impressive about Dentz’s book is her stylistic precision, as even the smallest technical choices within her work have social, political, and ethical implications.”

http://www.americanliteraryreview.com/shira-dentz—door-of-thin-skins—reviewed-by-kristina-marie-darling.html

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Reading Sunday 10/12

3pm The Low Beat 335 Central Avenue, Albany NY 12206
Pine Hills Review Sunday Funday Reading Series – See more at: http://pinehillsreview.strose.edu/events/#sthash.gbqI805H.dpuf
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Utah’s 13 Bytes Magazine

door of thin skins is short-listed for Utah’s 13 Bytes Ma1gazine‘s poetry book prize:

“In Dentz’s fever dream of abuse in a patient/doctor relationship, the typographical and prose poetry mirrors the disintegration of the confused mind of the patient in a tour de force that is as curiously ennobling as it is shocking.” Read more here.

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