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Douglas Kearney

Douglas Kearney

Kearney, Douglas
Title: Douglas Kearney
Reading Date: Sunday, May 20, 2012

Introduction-7223

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by Wendy Burk

"The Miscarriage" Poems-7225

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"The Miscarriage: A Magic Trick" - "The Miscarriage: A Radio Play" - "The Miscarriage: A Silent Film" - "The Miscarriage: An Approved List of Ten Euphemisms for Use in Onstage Banter" - "The Miscarriage: A Minstrel Show" - "The Miscarriage: A Bar Joke"


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Kearney, Douglas. Patter. Los Angeles: Red Hen Press, 2014.

"Is, Ain't"-7227

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This track features a recorded performance available at http://vimeo.com/36015226.


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Kearney, Douglas. "Is, Ain't." SkinMag. N.p.: Deadly Chaps, 2012.

On Gestures, Dynamics, and the Management of Contradictions: Shuffle, Stagger, and Shimmy-7229

"Big Thicket: Pastoral"-7231

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Kearney, Douglas. "Big Thicket: Pastoral." The Ringing Ear: Black Poets Lean South. Ed. Nikky Finney. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia Press, 2007.

"No Homo"-7233

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Kearney, Douglas. "No Homo." SkinMag. N.p.: Deadly Chaps, 2012.

"Drop It Like It's Hottentot Venus"-7235

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Kearney, Douglas. "Drop It Like It's Hottentot Venus." SkinMag. N.p.: Deadly Chaps, 2012.

"The Black Automaton in de despair ub existence #3: How can I be down?"-7237

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As sequenced by Danielle Vogel and Renee Gladman.


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Kearney, Douglas. The Black Automaton. Albany, NY: Fence Books, 2009.

"The Black Automaton in what it is #3: Work it out"-7239

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As sequenced by Danielle Vogel and Renee Gladman.


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Kearney, Douglas. The Black Automaton. Albany, NY: Fence Books, 2009.

"Well Hung"-7241

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Kearney, Douglas. "Well Hung." SkinMag. N.p.: Deadly Chaps, 2012.

Question and Answer Session-7243

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Some questions are inaudible.

Reading Date: Sunday, May 20, 2012
Series: Poetry Off the Page
Sponsor(s): UA Poetry Center
Location(s): UA Poetry Center

At the 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium, Douglas Kearney discusses and performs poems from several collections that engage typography, image, sampling, and physical power.

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