Lectures and Schedule
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ANDREI LIVE!

Detroit: The Scarab Club, The Woodward Line, 7:00 pm. March 19, 2014. 

New York: American Museum of Folk Art, May 12, 2014. http://www.folkartmuseum.org/index.php?p=folk&rd=12085&id=12084

New York, Cornelia Street Cafe, May 11, 2014 corneliastreetcafe.com or http://bit.ly/1hiijcX
 

Cluj, Sibiu, Romania, May 25-June 1, 2014. Readings and lectures at Babes-Boliyai University, hosted by Ruxandra Cesereanu and Corin Braga; launch of "Lectia de Poezie" (The Poetry Lesson), translated into Romanian by Ioana Avadani.

Portland, Oregon, June 26, 2014. Talk at the National College Natural Medicine, http://www/ncnm.edu

Oaxaca, Mexico, October 27- November 1st, 2014. U.S. poets in Mexico, ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )"Reading Poetry Every day to Prepare for Death," a discussion about the terror offered the reader by poetry, and its usefulness for a good death. We will read and range from Blake's "Energy is Eternal Delight" through Rilke's "There is no place that does not see you/ You Must Change Your Life," to the latest in genuine verse-apprehension of mortality. A unique offering by the editor of "Exquisite Corpse" for the Dias de los Muertes. Also a writing workshop: "Writing the Exquisite Corpse: Paper and Flesh Varieties," a collective experience.


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RECENT PLEASURES:

Ann Arbor, Michigan September 13, 2013. Reading at the White Lotus Farms. 

Umea, Sweden: March 13, 2013. Littfest, 2013, Umeå International Literature Festival. Discussion with Stefan Igversson on the Swedish translation of "The Posthuman Dada Guide: Tzara and Lenin Play Chess" (2244 Publishers); Poetry reading at Costa's, 8 PM. Contact: Erik Jonnsson.

Stockholm, Sweden, March 19, 2013 (Thursday) Stockholm,The Romanian Cultural Institute of Stockholm, 20 Skeppsbron Talk, 18.30 hrs. A poetry reading with Swedish translations by Gunnar Harding and Dan Shafran from "So Recently Rent a World: New and Selected Poems, 1968-2012." followed by a discussion with Dan Shafran and Gunnar Harding.

Dallas, Texas: March 28, 2013, Wordspace, Reading & book signing. Contact: Karen Minzer: wordspace[at]wordspace.us

Minneapolis: April 4, 2013, Talk of the Stacks. Minneapolis Central Library (300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis). Free and open to the public. Talk, reading & signing So Recently Rent a World: New and Selected Poems.

Calgary, Alberta, Canada, April 19 (Friday) 2013. Spoken Word Festival, The Banff Cenre, Festival Hall, 1215 10th Ave S. Word Makes World: Writing Generative Verse: This is a poetry writing workshop that aims for the tender intersection of word-fertility with critical inquiry. We will write some exercises, but the stress will be on the particular attention that language requires to become incarnate. Helpful to this would be reading "The Posthuman Dada Guide," and "The Poetry Lesson," two short books. "The Posthuman Dada Guide" surveys the history of poetry's increasing urgency in a wacked world, and "The Poetry Lesson" is an amusing (and deadly serious) distillation of my years of teaching mysteries for a quarter of a century. April 20 (Saturday) 2013. Reading & signing “So Recently Rent a World” Contact: sheridwilson[at]shaw.ca

New Orleans: February 20, 2013, New Orleans Marriott, 12 pm-2 pm. Keynote Talk to the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA). Book signing. Contact: Dr. Deardorff: aiea[at]duke.edu; February 21, 2013, Thursday, 8:00pm, Gold Mine Saloon, 701 Dauphine Street, French Quarter, New Orleans. Reading & signing. For more info: www.17poets.com; February 22, 2013, Octavia Books. Reading & book Signing. Contact: Kelsey Shanesy  kelsey[at]coffeehousepress.org for "So Recently Rent a World: New and Selected Poems; and Gabriel Levinson glevinson[at]gmail.com for "Bibliodeath: My Archives (with Life in Footnotes)"

Seattle October 10-12, 2012, October 10 The Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair, in conjunction with the Book Club of Washington, is pleased to announce the return of Andrei Codrescu to Town Hall and Seattle. Friday, October 12 The Book Club of Washington, 6 pm: Social hour (no-host bar) 7 pm: Dinner 8 pm: Program. Menu: Grilled Alaskan King Salmon, Grilled Top Sirloin, or Wild Mushroom Ravioli

London
April 16th, 2012  Free Word Centre, 60 Farringdon Road, London, Doors at 7.00, Tel: 020 7324 2570, Tickets £8 from www.freewordonline.com. Reading from "A Guide to My Archives (with life in footnotes,)" an essay about the digital  future and how to live with it.
April 18th (Wendesday), The Horse Hospital, Colonnade, Bloomsbury www.thehorsehospital.com Reading with ANSELM HOLLO, TOM RAWORTH,  and GUNNAR HARDING