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Thursday Night Literary Reading of Experimental Works

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    Dene M. Grigar

    <p>MLA members who are also involved in the Electronic Literature Organization are hosting an evening of readings & performances during the Modern Language Association conference. The event takes place in the Connelly Auditorium (room 806) in the Terra Building at The University of the Arts, on January 5, 2017, from 8-10 p.m. The University of the Arts is a short distance from the convention center, at 211 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19107. http://eliterature.org/an-evening-of-readings-performances/</p><p>Emcees: Dene Grigar and Jennifer Zaylea</p><p>Performers and Works:</p><p>Sandy Baldwin & Gabriel Tremblay-Gaudette, “Poems you should know”</p><p>Daniel Anderson, “A Blessing” and “The Red Wheelbarrow”</p><p>Kathi Inman Berens, “Abaya”</p><p>Helen Burgess, “Anna, Autopoietic”</p><p>Caitlin Fisher, “Pareidolia: The Doll Universe”</p><p>Riham Hosny, “Salome,” by Mohamed Abdelghani (Yuzerssif)</p><p>Liz Losh,</p><p>Anastasia Salter and Bridget Blodgett, “Alt-Right: Ctrl+A; Del”</p><p>Laura Zaylea,  ”Closer than Rust”</p><p> </p>

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