(HUDSON, N.Y.) – A celebration for the printing of “In|filtration: An Anthology of Innovative Poetry from the Hudson Valley River,” edited by area poets Anne Gorrick and Sam Truitt, featuring readings by innovative area poets interspersed with musical performances, will take place at at TSL Warehouse on Friday, November 13, at 7:30.
A co-production of Time and Space Limited and Karen Schoemer, Bookseller, the event is free, and copies of the anthology will be available for purchase.
The lineup of poets reading and performing remains open and will include many appearing in In|Filtration: Dorothy Albertini, L.S. Asekoff, John Ashbery, Lynn Behrendt, Cara Benson, Celia Bland, JJ Blickstein, Elizabeth Bryant, Andy Clausen, Brenda Coultas, Caroline Crumpacker, Dorota Czerner, Tim Davis, Marcella Durand, Christopher Funkhouser, Daniel Gilhuly, Phillip Good, Sylvia Mae Gorelick, Anne Gorrick, Lee Gould, Lea Graham, Nancy O. Graham, Janet Hamill, Jim Handlin, Cole Heinowitz, Claire Hero, Steve Hirsch, Mikhail Horowitz, Bethany Ides, Michael Ives, erica kaufman, Robert Kelly, Eric Keenaghan, Sean Killian, Ann Lauterbach, Timothy Liu, Bernadette Mayer, Christina Mengert, Shiv Mirabito, Lori Anderson Moseman, Mark Nowak, Pauline Oliveros, Deborah Poe, George Quasha, Carter Ratcliff, Evelyn Reilly, Joan Retallack, Eugene Richie, Richard Rizzi, David Rothenberg, Michael Ruby, Ed Sanders, Carolee Schneemann, Sparrow, Christopher Stackhouse, Charles Stein, Paul Stephens, Tom Thompson, Edwin Torres, Sam Truitt, Rosanne Wasserman, R Dionysius Whiteurs, Peter Lamborn Wilson and Rebecca Wolff.
The musicians appearing in the In|Filtration celebration will include: Otto Hauser, a musician, composer, and educator best known for his work as a drummer, leading the ensemble Expectations and co-leading the trio Late Regulars and performing on dozens of studio albums and hundreds of live shows across North America, South America, Europe, and Asia; Jeffrey Lependorf, a composer and certified master of the shakuhachi, a traditional Japanese bamboo flute, who has performed around the globe, including a recording of his Night Pond for solo flute was launched into space on the shuttle Atlantis on 1997 to spend a year aboard the space station Mir; and David Rothenberg, who writes and performs on the relationship between humanity and nature and who as a composer and jazz clarinetist has eleven CDs under his own name, including On the Cliffs of the Heart, named one of the top ten CDs by Jazziz Magazine.
In|Filtration, edited by area poets Anne Gorrick and Sam Truitt, is an anthology of contemporary Hudson Valley poetry that in one sense or another is innovative. Much of the poetry here is directly or indirectly in conversation with national and international movements directed toward more exploratory uses of the medium — work that goes beyond the explorer’s map — and like explorers the editors have sought to map the contemporary currents of radical poetics in the Hudson Valley.
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