2001-2002 Academic Year
Live @ the Jungle: Voices Under Fire
April 23rd, 2002
Mixing fiction, memoir and poetry, Jungle actors read selections from works by highly acclaimed Graywolf Press authors that chronicle personal perspectives of world violence, with accompanying music by Roberta Carlson. Selected works include Jack & Rochelle: A Holocaust Story of Love and Resistance by Lawrence Sutin, Full Moon Boat by Fred Marchant, Ana Imagined by Perrin Ireland, and Without an Alphabet, Without a Face by Saadi Youssef.
Reading: April 24th, 2002
In residence: April 22nd-25th
Barbara Dimmick's first novel, In the Presence of Horses, was published in 1998 to much critical acclaim and was translated into five languages. Her reading will take place in the Teresa Reception Boardroom at the College of Saint Benedict.
Reading: March 12th, 2002
In residence: March 10th-14th, 2002
Hamilton's poems have appeared in the Threepenny Review, the Kenyon Review, and the Colorado Review, among other journals. Hamilton is the recipient of a Bunting Fellowship from the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.
Reading: February 12th, 2002
In residence: February 11th-14th, 2002
Marchant is the author of Tipping Point, which won the Washington Prize in poetry and Full Moon Boat.
Reading: January 24th, 2002
In residence: January 14th-May 10th
Sutin is an award-winning memoirist and biographer. His books include Jack and Rochelle: A Holocaust Story of Love and Resistance, Divine Invasions: A Life of Phillip K. Dick, and Do What Thou Wilt: A Life of Aleister Crowly.
November 29th, 2001
Reading: October 16th, 2001
In residence: October 15th-18th, 2001
Goldbarth is the author of many books of poetry and prose including Many Circles, Dark Waves and Light Matter, Great Topics of the World, and A Sympathy of Souls. He won the National Book Critics Circle Award for his poetry.
Live @ the Jungle: Portaits in Poetry
October 23rd, 2001
Jungle artists bring to life powerful new voices in poetry. This is the first event in a series of performances exploring the works of prize-winning poets and authors in the intimate setting of the Jungle Theater.