Literature Program

Thursday, April 16, 2009 at 8:00 p.m.


UB Poetics Program presents:

Jean-Pierre Bobillot

Sound poetry performance

Jean-Pierre Bobillot is a sound poet ("Poëte bruyant non-métricien tendance pro-Dada") in the tradition of the French sound poets Chopin and Heidsieck. He teaches at the University of Grenoble, and is the author of several studies including Trois essais sur la poésie littérale, (Al Dante 2003) and Rimbaud : le meurtre d'Orphée, (Champion 2004) as well as poetry books and audio productions: Eff&,mes Rides [book with CD], L'Atelier de l'Agneau (2005), and Y a-t-il un Poème dans le Recueil?, Voix (2008).

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April, 2009 - 2009

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Three Fold Form

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