Amidst the toxic barrage that abounds I hope to see comrades of the West, Midwest and East at or in between one of these events:

Tuesday, October 16, 7 pm: Loft talk about poetry and environmental justice at 460 W. Canfield #209 (The Canfield Lofts), Detroit

Wednesday, October 17, 5 pm: Reading at Wayne State University, with Isaac Pickell, 5057 Woodward, Room 10302, Detroit

Saturday, October 20, 8:30-10 am: Presenting “A Citizenry of Mutual Estrangement: Transcribing Belonging in the Painted Arabic of Etel Adnan” at seminar on Rethinking the Refugee, Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present (ASAP) conference, New Orleans

Tuesday, October 23, 6-8 pm: Book launch for Dimensions of Citizenship—a discussion with Mimi Zeiger, Amanda Williams, Shannon Harvey, Liam Young, on representing belonging and citizenship through technology, material histories, and design, Hauser & Wirth, 901 E 3rd St, Los Angeles

Tuesday, November 13, 8 pm: reading in Charmed Instruments series, L'Etage, 624 6th St, Philadelphia

Wednesday, November 14, 9:30 am: Talk on LAMENT; Or, The Mine Has Been Opened Up Well, Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, Stedman Gallery, N 3rd St & Pearl, Camden

Thursday, November 15, 12 pm: “Pennies from Hell, and the Material Rain of the Cloud,” University of Pennsylvania Humanities Center, Philadelphia

Tuesday, December 4, 6-8 pm: presenting  “From Pentecost to Babel: Wireless Imaginations in 20th-Century Poetry and the Dream (or Nightmare) of a Transnational Language,” Stanford Poetry & Poetics, Stanford Humanities Center Boardroom, Palo Alto