Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Poetic Labor Project news...

This project has definitely helped me shape the working [class] reading series with Michelle Puckett. Thanks guys!

Poetic Labor Project

We're so pleased to announce that responses from Amber DiPietra, Steve Benson, and an anomyous contributor are now up on the Poetic Labor Project's blog: 

To download a pdf of all three, please go here:

We're grateful for these responses, which continue the conversation around poetics and labor that was the subject of the gatherings in the East Bay last Labor Day.  As part of our commitment to continuing that conversation, please stay tuned for monthly updates with new content.

We want to open the space to as many people as would like to join - your comments and provocations are welcome. If you've got a more extended set of thoughts about any of the new writings, or the original presentations archived from the event, please feel free to submit those to:  A special thanks to Andrew Kenower for designing the PDF and to Dan Thomas-Glass for original artwork. Thanks for your interest and solidarity!

Lauren Levin
Steve Farmer
Alli Warren
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