October 4, 2014

Steve McCaffery & Karen Mac Cormack

Saturday, October 4
4:00 pm

please note earlier starting time

Glyph Café and Art Space
804 NW Couch Street — corner of NW Park

$5 suggested donation

Steve McCaffery is the author and coauthor of more than thirty-five volumes of poetry and criticism. His long awaited rewriting of Shakespeare's sonnets, Dark Ladies, is forthcoming from Chax Press, and his capricious rewrite of Lewis Carroll, Alice in Plunderland, will appear though Book Thug in March 2015. A native of England, McCaffery lives and teaches in Buffalo, NY, where he is the David Gray Chair of Poetry and Letters and Director of the UB Poetics Program.

Karen Mac Cormack is the author of more than a dozen books of poetry, most recently
AGAINST WHITE (Veer Books, London, 2013). Her poems have appeared in anthologies including Moving Borders, Out of Everywhere, Another Language, and Prismatic Publics, and her work has been translated into French, Portuguese, Swedish, and Norwegian. Of dual Canadian/British citizenship, she lived in Toronto for many years, and currently lives Buffalo where she teaches at the State University.

from Tatterdemalion

Three poems deliberately spelt wrong




Steve McCaffery


rope with a w1

optics with an e2

cerise with a p3

sparing with an i4

vers with an e5

1 power

2 poetics

3 precise

4 pairings

5 sever

Karen Mac Cormack