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David Buuck on Karen Brodine for Small Press Traffic’s New 40×40 Series February 27, 2014: Now up for Small Press Traffic's new 40x40 Series, in which, they tell us, "40 writers [will] contribute one short text each celebrating—describing, anatomizing, remembering an encounter with, meditating on, shouting out to—a single book published by a small press between 1974 and 2014," is David Buuck's eloquent writing on poet and [...] by

Army of Lovers: Talking With David Buuck & Juliana Spahr About Their New Book October 11, 2013: SF Gate profiles friends and collaborators David Buuck and Juliana Spahr, whose much-anticipated co-authored book, Army of Lovers, has just been released from City Lights. The pair read last night at the San Francisco bookstore. More on their process: Poets David Buuck and Juliana Spahr have known each other since 2003, through the [...] by

Poetry And/Or Revolution Conference to Be Held Oct. 3-5 in the Bay Area August 26, 2013: Oh, to be in the Bay Area this October. Announcing the "Poetry And/Or Revolution" conference, taking place Oct. 3-5, 2013. This year's event is an extension of sorts of this May's “Militant Poetics” conference in the UK, which was in itself a follow-up event to last May's London "Poetry and Revolution" conference. That one featured [...] by

BBC Radio 4 on the Poetry of San Francisco August 22, 2013: Run, do not walk! over to the BBC to listen to the fantastic episode "Poetry of Gold and Angels" from Radio 4. There are only 3 days left to give it a listen (hence our imperative to run). A little about the episode: San Francisco is a place where a thousand stories meet - a port city where many cultures and races mix, the birthplace of [...] by

Beyond Oakland: August 10th and 11th July 31, 2013: Extending out from Oakland-- where many Bay-Area poets have participated in protests in recent years-- Beyond Oakland will welcome poets from Vancouver (Cecily Nicholson), Kansas City (Anne Boyer), Detroit (Marie Buck), and Montreal (Michael Nardone)-- to spark a conversation about poets's experiences participating in militant actions in and [...] by

Experience Unlimited at the East Bay Poetry Summit June 17, 2013: I told lots of people that I was going to write about the East Bay Poetry Summit for Harriet’s "Open Door" series. And each time, I followed it up with a confession: “It was so wonderful, I have no idea how to write about it. Everyone will just think I drank the Kool-Aid!” I hoped that with enough time, I’d get some critical distance [...] by

Futurepoem 2012 Open Call Winners Announced June 5, 2013: Futurepoem Press announced the winners of its 2012 Open Call: Sueyeun Juliette Lee, for her manuscript, Solar Maximum, and David Buuck, for his manuscript Site Cite City. Congratulations to Sueyeun and Buuck! This year's guest editors for the 2012 Futurepoem contest were Christian Hawkey, Richard Maxwell and Juliana Spahr. Futurepoem Press [...] by

David Buuck on Performance Poetics February 7, 2013: [caption id="attachment_60744" align="aligncenter" width="343"] First International Dada Fair, Berlin, 1920Courtesy of Hannah Hoch[/caption] We're accustomed to David Buuck's careful and critical writings on contemporary poetry, so now that's he's begun a series of posts for Jacket2 about contemporary poetry and performance, we're paying [...] by

Reflections on SPT’s Poets Theater from David Buuck January 14, 2013: [caption id="attachment_59519" align="aligncenter" width="500"] David Buuck at SPT's Poets Theater[/caption] In anticipation of the 12th Annual Poet's Theater festival, hosted by Small Press Traffic on January 18th and 19th at CounterPULSE in San Francisco, David Buuck has written a post on the Counterpulse blog about the history of poets [...] by

Myles, Conrad, Buuck Give Impromptu Reading at Laundromat March 20, 2012: Check this out from Andrew Kenower's Vimeo page: Last night CAConrad, David Buuck and Eileen Myles read at Artists' Television Access in San Francisco for Small Press Traffic. The reading was sold out and a few dozen people were turned away. After the reading Eileen and Conrad read to some of those who couldn't get in at Mission [...] by