Monday, January 11, 2010


Michael Basinski, L.A. Howe and William R. How
with special guests Fluxmonkey and Frass Accolades

MICHAEL BASINSKI (left) is the Curator of the Poetry Collection of the University at Buffalo. He has published a batch of books of poetry including All My Eggs are Broken (BlazeVox 2007), Of Venus 93 (Little Scratch Pad 2007) and Welcome to the Alphabet (Red Fox2007). His poems, visual poems, sound works, essays, reviews and such have appeared in magazines from Poetry and the Village Voice to fhole and the Wormwood Review. He regularly performs with his ensemble, BuffFluxus, wherever art administrators will allow. Don't miss him, he's 59, and his bags are packed.

L.A. HOWE (center) is a writer, artist, and editor who lives and works in Cincinnati. She is the author of the chapbook, Entropic Easter (Little Scratchpad Books), which is now out of print. She is a co-founder of Slack Buddha Press, co-editing Slack Buddha’s La Perruque series of chapbooks, which publishes the work of contemporary practitioners from the U.S. and the U.K., including poetry, prose, performance texts, and verbo-visual works. Also a bookbinder, Howe crafts artist’s and writer’s journals to sell at bookfairs and online.

WILLIAM R. HOWE (right) is a poet, book artist, publisher, editor, performance artist, and visual artist. He is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Miami University of Ohio. His work has appeared in Plantarchy, Mirage #4/Period(ical), FerrumWheel, The Gig, and others. His most recent book is translanations one (BlazeVox 2009). He runs the Putitupor Broadside series, and he and his wife, L.A. Howe, edit Slack Buddha Press. His second full-length collection Kid Stippler & the Sty-elf is forthcoming in Spring/Winter 2010 from Slack Buddha. His third collection Sixes & Eights will appear with white print inc in 2010.