Jennifer K. Dick

Jennifer K Dick is a writer, translator, and teacher originally from Iowa who now resides in France. She is the author of CIRCUITS (Corrupt, 2013), ENCLOSURES (BlazeVox eBook, 2007), FLUORESCENCE (University of GAPress, 2004), and the forthcoming collection THAT WHICH I TOUCH HAS NO NAME (Eyewear, London, 2019). She also has 6 chapbooks, most recently Afterlife by Angel House Press,Canada (2017). She is the co-founder and curator of Ivy Writers Paris bilingual reading series and the Ecrire l’Art mini-residency for French authors at La Kunsthalle-Mulhouse. Her increasing interest in collaborative projects led to the 2016-2017 architecture-text installation at the Basel SBB Train Station, Switzerland) and the collaborative dance/art/poetry performance Traces de son amant qui s’en va.

Otherness/Self/Migration in 21st Century Poetic Practice
Saturday Lunch Feature