Please join us for a talk by Nathalie Stephens: Vigilous, Reel: Desire (a)s accusation
Saturday September 25, 2010
event begins at 7:30pm
CCA Graduate Writing Studio
195 deHaro Street
San Francisco, CA
N S (Nathalie Stephens) writes l’entre-genre in English and French. Her books include We Press Ourselves Plainly (2010), Carnet de désaccords (2009), The Sorrow And The Fast Of It (2007), and Je Nathanaël (2003/2006). Other work exists in Basque and Slovene with book-length translations in Bulgarian. There is an essay of correspondence (2009) : Absence Where As (Claude Cahun and the Unopened Book), first published (2007) as L’absence au lieu. Also, a collection of talks, At Alberta (2008). Besides translating some of her own work, Stephens has translated Catherine Mavrikakis, Gail Scott, John Keene, Édouard Glissant. She lives, she thinks, in Chicago.
This event has been possible in part by the collaborative efforts of the New Reading Series at 21 Grand and the Poetry Center at SFSU, both venues at which NS will be reading this week. Please check SFSU and 21 Grand for more details.