Please join LINEbooks for a reading by Kim Minkus and Glen Lowry.
Hank Bull will play piano between sets.
Friday March 20th, 7:30 pm
1067 Granville Street. (Alley Entrance)
Hank Bull has been an important member of the legendary Western Front Society since 1973. He is the also the founder and executive director of Centre A (Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art) since 1999. His works have been collected by National Gallery of Canada, Netherlands Media Art Institute and many private collectors. He has a long history of playing piano in many settings.
Glen Lowry is a Vancouver-based writer, photographer, scholar, and editor. He co-edits West Coast Line and his work appears in the anthology, Shift & Switch: New Canadian Poetry (The Mercury Press, 2005). Pacific Avenue is forthcoming from LINEbooks. He lives in Vancouver and works at ECUAD.
Kim Minkus is a poet, researcher and writing instructor. She is a PhD candidate in Simon Fraser University's English Department where her research interests are contemporary poetics, avant-garde book history, and archival experiment and risk. She has had articles published on poets Susan Howe and Stephen Cain. LINEbooks published her first book of poetry 9 Freight in the fall of 2007 and her second book Thresh is forthcoming. She has had reviews and poetry published in FRONT Magazine, Interim, West Coast Line, The Poetic Front, LOCUSPOINT, ottawater, Memewar and Jacket. She currently teaches at Capilano University.