August 10, 2002

Aaron Vidaver & Judith Roitman

August 10, 2002
Pacific Switchboard
2632 SE 25th, Space E (above Clinton Street Video)

7:30 pm * $5.00 suggested donation * 503-236-0867 (dial-a-poem line)

Judith Roitman lives in Lawrence, Kansas, where she does, and teaches,
mathematics at the University of Kansas. Her chapbooks include "The
stress of meaning: variation on a line of Susan Howe" (Standing Stones
Press), "Diamond Notebooks" (nominative press collective), and
"Slippage" (Potes and Poets Press); work is also forthcoming in the
magazine First Intensity.

Aaron Vidaver is an occasional participant in the activities of three
Vancouver B.C. collectives: Friends of Runcible Mountain, Kootenay
School of Writing, and the Pacific Association for Language and
Literacy. His poetry appears in the journals Estrus, Judy,
Anarcho-Modernism, W, and Host, and the chapbooks Flukes, Sumac, and
Unentitled "wildlife" [repealed, 1994, c.23, s.4]. He recently presented
talks on Counter-Interpellation and Sabotage for Artspeak Gallery and
the Mayworks Festival in Vancouver.