Anne Waldman
Anne Waldman
photo: Kai Sibley


Education
MACK LECTURE SERIES
POET ANNE WALDMAN READING/PERFORMANCE


SUNDAY,
FEBRUARY 20, 2000,
3 PM

$8 ($4 WALKER MEMBERS, STUDENTS, AND RAIN TAXI SUBSCRIBERS)
AUDITORIUM
MEMBERS PAY HALF PRICE!$



"One of the great voices of our slice of the century."
--Andrei Codrescu, National Public Radio



One of the most vibrant writers of the post-Beat generation, Anne Waldman has an international reputation as a performer of electric intensity. She has read extensively with writers such as Gary Snyder, William S. Burroughs, Jim Carroll, and Diane di Prima. Also a prolific collaborator outside the literary world, she has worked with visual artists Elizabeth Murray, Susan Rothenberg, and George Schneeman, musician-composers Steven Taylor and Donald Cherry, and dancers Douglas Dunn and Yoshiko Chuma, among others.

Longtime director of the Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church In-the-Bowery in New York, Waldman founded--with Allen Ginsberg--the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at the Naropa Institute.She has published more than 30 books of poetry. Her latest, Marriage: A Sentence, will be published in the spring by Penguin Poets. Cosponsored by Rain Taxi Review of Books.


THE MACK LECTURE SERIES IS SPONSORED BY AARON AND CAROL MACK.