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Friday, October 08, 2004

NEWS: Transatlantic Howl! A Dedication to Allen Ginsberg


Please see the link from The Academy of American Poets http://www.poets.org/ 

 to Transatlantic Howl! A Dedication to Allen Ginsberg
(Plz announce this event to fellow poets,  students, and colleagues)
 
Paris: ENSAM (20:00 GMT)
London: University College London (19:00 GMT)
San Francisco: SFSU (11:00 am),
Ann Arbor: U of Michigan (2pm),
Newark, NJ: NJIT (2pm),
 
FOR BOULDER, COLORADO:
at CU's Norlin 5th floorThursday, 14th October, 12pm noon. Free!
Thursday, October 14, 12:00 noon, British Studies (5th floor of Norlin Library)
The Allen Ginsberg Greek Chorus -- Transatlantic Howl! A Dedication to Allen Ginsberg

Faculty, students and alums from the University of Colorado, Boulder and Naropa University will read during Boulder's portion of HOWL in this international event, a first, celebrating poetry across the seas.

In this history-making transatlantic poetic happening, celebrating Allen Ginsberg and his epic poem HOWL, poets will perform at venues in London, Paris, and across the United States.  These live poetry readings and poetic theatre pieces will be simultaneously streamed across JANET, Renater, and Internet2 advanced networks. Streaming video and audio will allow audiences at each site to not only observe readings on location, but will provide the ability to experience the art of poetry in remote theaters as well. While Transatlantic Howl! A Dedication to Allen Ginsberg is streamed; anyone from Calcutta to Caracas with broadband access will be able to watch the entire poetry reading as it happens. Featured readers include Amiri Baraka, Anne Waldman, Anne Carson, Alice Notley, Robert Glück, Ken Mikolowski, Danny Karlin, Joanne Kyger, Bob Rosenthal, Steven Taylor, Ed Sanders, Jacqueline Cahen-Sergent, The Allen Ginsberg Greek Chorus, composer and musician Bill Douglas, Stephen Mooney, London Under Construction, students from University College London, and surprise special guests. Anne Waldman of Naropa University and Internet2's Ann Doyle will serve as MCs for this event. Universities who are assisting in producing this poetry reading are: University College London; Birkbeck College, University of London; ENSAM; San Francisco State University; University of Colorado at Boulder; University of Michigan; and New Jersey Institute of Technology.  Technical support is provided by Ohio State University with additional assistance by Naropa University's Summer Writing Program. For more information, visit our website
.  If you have questions about Transatlantic Howl! A Dedication to Allen Ginsberg, contact Mary Kite, phone (303)444-9856.  Sponsored by CHA, Center for British and Irish Studies, Department of Art and Art History.


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