George Albon & Dennis Phillips
Sunday, November 6, 2011, 5:00 P.M., City Light Bookstore, San Francisco

Dennis Phillips celebrates the release of his new collection of poetry


published by Seismicity

George Albon reads  from selected poems

Denis Phillips is a poet and novelist. He is the author of A World, Arena, Book of Hours, Credence, and Sand, among other works of poetry, as well as the novel Hope. He edited the poetry section of the New Review of Literature, was a founding editor of Littoral Books, and the first Book Review Editor of Sulfur journal. He is Professor in the Humanities and Design Science department at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.

George Albon is the author of numerous collections of poetry, including Momentary Songs (2008); Step (2005); Brief Capital of Disturbances (2003), which won a Book of the Year award from the Small Press Traffic literary foundation; and Empire Life (1998). His work has been included in the anthologies Bay Poetics (2006, edited by Stephanie Young); The Gertrude Stein Awards in Innovative Poetry (2005, edited by Douglas Messerli); and Blood and Tears: Poems for Matthew Shepard (1999, edited by Scott Gibson).

Books related to this event:

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Momentary Songs
George Albon
2008 Edition
A moment is an inside flutter, a reflection, a civil relapse. George Albon's Momentary Songs sound the possibilities of forwardness and hope in a surrounding twilight of unprecedented venality. Using a variety of...