July 20, 2011

Pop-Up Poets: Bhanu Kapil on Jim Goldberg

 Bhanu Kapil talked about Jim Goldberg:

Bhanu Kapil with Jim Goldberg’s Home of a Boy Who Died Trying to Get to Europe, Senegal, 2008

Bhanu Kapil, Notes towards an anti-colonial literature, with reading from Schizophrene.


Bhanu Kapil with her passport and Jim Goldberg’s Shepherd, 2008

Bhanu Kapil is a British Indian writer with two books published by Kelsey Street Press (Berkeley): The Vertical Interrogation of Strangers and humanimal [a project for future children]. Two other full-length collections have been published by Leon Works (Incubation: a space for monsters) and Nightboat Books (Schizophrene). Bhanu teaches at Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics and at Goddard College. Currently, she is writing a novel of the race riot: Ban.

Tomorrow night: Douglas Kearney on Wifredo Lam’s The Oracle and the Green Bird

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