Peter Jaeger – A Field Guide to Lost Things

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A Field Guide to Lost Things reconfigures every single image of a natural object in CKS Moncrieff’s 1922 English translation of Marcel Proust’s Swann’s Way—the first three novels of In Search of Lost Time. The guide includes images of nature encountered by Proust’s characters in rural landscapes, cities, towns and parks, as well as in the bodies of other characters.

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Cardiff Poetry Experiment

TUESDAY 12th MAY
Cardiff Poetry Experiment
http://cardiffpoetryexperiment.blogspot.co.uk

Featuring:
Samantha Walton
D. E. Oprava
Peter Jaeger

Doors open at 7pm, readings promptly at 7:30pm
Free admission, with discussions. Refreshments, cake available at the Teahouse.

Waterloo Teahouse
Wyndham Arcade,
Cardiff City Centre, 
CF10 1FH
(enter opposite Central Library) 

Samantha Walton is the author of three chapbooks, most recently Amaranth, Unstitched (Punch Press, 2013) and the forthcoming Animal Pomes from Crater Press. She’s read at events including the UEA Poetry Festival, Surrey Poetry Festival, Lit Live at Goldsmiths and as part of Enemies collaborations in London, Edinburgh and Wales. In 2015 Samantha will be Poet in Residence at the SoundEye Festival of the Arts of the Word in Cork, Ireland. Tweets @samlwalton

D.E. Oprava is an American-born writer who has lived in Wales for almost two decades. He has published six collections of poetry, the latest of which, The Last Museum of Laughter, was highly commended by the 2014 Forward Prizes for Poetry and he recently won the 2015 London Book Fair Poetry Prize for Haiku. He is a Lecturer in Creative Writing at Cardiff Metropolitan University and has work forthcoming from Red Hen Press and Pighog Press in 2016. 

Peter Jaeger is a Canadian text-based artist, poet, and literary critic now living in London. He is the author of eleven books, and his most recent publications include John Cage and Buddhist Ecopoetics (Bloomsbury 2013), 540493390 (Veer Press 2014), and A Field Guide to Lost Things (forthcoming this year from If P then Q Press). Jaeger is Professor of Poetics at Roehampton University in London.

Cardiff Poetry Experiment is supported by Cardiff University’s School of English, Communication and Philosophy.

Veer Reading & Launch

Reading, and double launch: Peter Jaeger, Steve McCaffery, Karen Mac Cormack.

Wednesday 12th November 2014, 7.45 pm

Room 153, Malet Street Main Building, Birkbeck College, Torrington Square, London WC1E 7HX.

All welcome – free entry.

Featuring the launch of Peter Jaeger’s 540493390 (research) and Steve McCaffery’s TATTERDAMALION (both new from Veer).

MOTIF

Registration is now open for RHUL Practice-based Research Conference MOTIF: 2014
MOTIF: 2014 is a day conference on Saturday, 15 November 2014 from 10am at the Centre for Creative Collaboration, London, focused around the theme of motif and its role within creative and critical practice.
The conference will provide a space for creative dialogue between practitioners and academic researchers through a programme of talks, performances, workshops and keynote speakers: Jerome Fletcher, Peter Jaeger, Fiona Templeton and Nick Thurston.
Tickets are £30 general and £20 concessions. To book please visit: MOTIF 2014