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St. Bonaventure will host a reading and performance by K. Lorraine Graham at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31, in The Loft of the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts. The presentation is part of this fall's Visiting Poets Series.
Graham is a literary artist and curator. She is the author of “Terminal Humming” (Edge Books, 2009), “Large Waves to Large Obstacles” (Dusie Kollektiv, 2012), and “And so for you there is no heartbreak” (Dusie Kollektiv, 2011).
Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Clock, Mrs. Maybe, Eleven Eleven and elsewhere. Recent readings include presentations and performances at Emory University, The University of Tulsa, and the Tijuana Feria del Libro.
Her work has also been featured in several international exhibitions. “Unnatural Acts” was featured in the Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions and “Memory Lessons II” was featured in the Infusoria Women’s Visual Poetry Exhibition in Brussels and Ghent, Belgium.
Graham received a full fellowship to create a multilingual, cross-genre art text at the Can Serrat International Art Center outside of Barcelona this September and a merit fellowship to attend the Summer Literary Seminars in Kenya in December. Graham is a staff writer for the Poetry Foundation and the literary arts curator for the San Diego Museum of Art. She occasionally teaches literary art and digital rhetoric at the University of California, San Diego
The reading is sponsored by a grant from the university’s Visiting Scholars Committee.
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