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Posted by : cj on Tuesday, April 05, 2005 - 11:34 AM
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Robert CreeleyOne of post-modern poetry's leading figures, the "bohemian modernist," Robert Creeley, who was known for his short, free-form stylings, died from complications of pneumonia at age 78 on March 30 at a hospital in Odessa, Texas. He had been struggling with a lung ailment. Creeley taught for 37 years at the State University of New York at Buffalo and was also a professor of English at Brown University in Rhode Island. He wrote more than 60 books of poetry spanning five decades. Creeley arose out of the Beat Generation, alongside Kerouac and Ginsberg, even helping to type up the poem "Howl". He was also associated in the 50s with the Black Mountain Poets.

A Memorial for Robert Creeley is planned for Tuesday, April 5th, 7PM-8PM, at Danny's Tavern, 1951 W. Dickens (near the corner of Armitage & Damen, 21 and over, please bring ID), including brief talks and readings of Creeley's work by: Ray Bianchi, Robert Von Hallberg, Margaret Sloan, Kerri Sonnenberg, Jesse Seldess, John Tipton, Peter O'Leary, Jennifer Karmin. A memorial website has been set up at Conjunctions.com.




6TH ANNUAL
COLUMBIA COLLEGE CHICAGO
CITYWIDE UNDERGRADUATE POETRY FESTIVAL
Thursday, April 7, 5:30 p.m.
Columbia College Concert Hall
1014 South Michigan Avenue

The Columbia College Chicago Citywide Undergraduate Poetry Festival brings together 11 poets from Chicago-area colleges and universities to read their work. This year's schools include Columbia College Chicago, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago State University, DePaul University, Loyola University, National-Louis University, Northeastern Illinois University, Northwestern University, Roosevelt University, University of Illinois-Chicago, and University of Chicago. A reception follows the reading. The reading is free and open to the public. For more information, call Tony Trigilio, (312) 344-8138.

Included in the festival are:

School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Petrova Giberson

Columbia College Chicago
Kimiko Ostrozovich

Chicago State University
Thomas Gonzalez

Depaul University
David Welch

Loyola University
Andrew Trebing

National-Louis University
Virat Thakkar

Northeastern Illinois University
Joe Eldridge

Northwestern University
William Butler

Roosevelt University
Susan Riddle-Mojica

University of Chicago
Thibault Raoult

University of Illinois-Chicago
Justin Hughes
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DISCREET SERIES
Friday, April 8 9PM / 3030 W. Cortland / $5 suggested donation / BYOB

Corey Mead's poems have appeared in such journals as American Letters
and Commentary, Antennae, Columbia Poetry Review, Crowd, Fence,
jubilat, 3rd Bed, 26, and Volt. His chapbook "Work" was published by
Answer Tag Home Press in 2004. He currently lives in Madison, WI, where
he is a doctoral student in Rhetoric and Composition at the University
of Wisconsin-Madison.

Steve Timm has authored a chapbook from Answer Tag Home Press called
"Averrage." Recent poems appear in the journals Antennae, Bird Dog,
Gam, Notre Dame Review, Word/For Word. He teaches English as a second
language at UW-Madison and lives in rural southern Wisconsin.

David Pavelich lives in Chicago where he publishes chapbooks under the
Answer Tag Home Press imprint. He is the author of two chapbooks,
Outlining (Cuneiform Press, 2003) and Ash (Bronze Skull, 2004). His
poems have appeared or are forthcoming in 3rd Bed, Antennae, Aufgabe,
Bird Dog, and others. He works as a special collections librarian at
the University of Chicago.

3030 is a former Pentecostal church located at 3030 W. Cortland Ave.,
one block south of Armitage between Humboldt Blvd. and Kedzie. Parking
is easiest on Armitage.

The Discrete Series presents an event of
poetry/music/performance/something on the second Friday of each month.
For more information about this or upcoming events, email
j_seldess@hotmail.com or kerri@conundrumpoetry.com , or call the space at 773-862-3616. Click here to learn about upcoming events.




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Note: Robert Creeley has passed away. Here are the details, as well as announcements from The Discreet Series and The Columbia College Chicago Citywide Undergraduate Poetry Festival.

 
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