“Writing Against Memory” – Join Glimpse Poetry Editor Arto Vaun in Conversation at Armenian Library and Museum of America

Arto Vaun, Capillarity (book cover)

Join us this Wed., Feb. 20, 2013 in Watertown, Massachusetts!

Writing Against Memory
poetry reading & conversation featuring

Arto Vaun
GLIMPSE journal Poetry Editor

Taline  Voskeritchian
Boston University professor

Wed., Feb. 20, 7:30 PM, $5 donation

wine reception and book signing / GLIMPSE journal samples and subscriptions will be available

The Armenian Library and Museum of America (ALMA)
Contemporary Art Gallery (3rd Floor) ‐ 65 Main St, Watertown, MA
http://almainc.org/calendar.html

 

ALMA’s “In  Conversation”  Series begins  on  Feb.  20  with  poet  and  singer/songwriter  Arto  Vaun,  and Prof.  Taline  Voskeritchian moderating  the  conversation.  The  program  will  center  on  the  question  of  literature’s  relevance  in  diasporic  culture  and  space.

This  ongoing  series  seeks  to  be  a  forum  where  intellectuals  and  artists,  along  with  the  audience,  engage  in  an  open  conversation.

 

Born  in  Cambridge,  MA,  Arto  Vaun  has  attended  Harvard  and  Glasgow  University  where  he  is  currently  finishing  a  PhD  in  English  Literature.  Vaun  was  the  co‐founder  of  Aspora  Literary  Journal  in  Los  Angeles,  a  co‐editor  of  The  Armenian  Weekly,  and  is  the  current  poetry  editor  of  Glimpse  Journal.  His  next  book  of  poems,  Isinglass,  is  forthcoming  from  Carcanet  Press  and  his  new  recording,  The  Cynthia  Sessions,  is  being  released  in  February  2013. 

Professor  Taline  Voskeritchian  teaches  writing  and  literature  at  Boston  University.  Her  work  has  appeared  in  Agni  Review,  London  Review  of  Books,  Bookforum,  The  Nation,  Jadaliyya,  among  others.    

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