Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Moe's Books in Berkeley with Charles Alexander & Karen Randall
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Ivy Writers Paris
Elizabeth Treadwell, detail from "Shore," Penny Marvel & the book of the city of selfys,
Dusie Books, Fall 2018.
Saturday, November 10, 2018 at the Poetic Research Bureau in Los Angeles
with Ginger Ko & Danielle Pafunda
Doors 7:30 Reading 8
Aspasiology study, April 2016.
Elizabeth Treadwell's precise nod acknowledges matriarchy is already here. It's in us, around us. Not everyone likes it; too bad! It's welling. In its surge time gets unleashed from its market economy laces. Treadwell can float the surge, can posey capture tender vestiges of the dominant culture and set them free in the ecotone. She revives the gorgon sisters who weep, you told us too much about mortals. Nothing appears here that doesn't breathe. The calendar comfortably dissolves, faith that we'll be beheld. Dear Elizabeth, once we cried out to each other *living through this is extraordinary*! & it is.
Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop, September 12, 7 pm.
creatures dripping in light
of stone & city, their ink-filled
eyes & songs, their darks
& earthling limbs, rootings
& dwellings & dreams