LA-Lit: Harold Abramowitz

LA-Lit interviews Harold Abramowitz
Saturday, April 18 at 1pm
at Outpost for Contemporary Art

We’d like to invite you to a live radio recording, reading & conversation this coming Saturday, April 18 at 1 p.m. at Outpost for Contemporary Art. Harold Abramowitz will be the featured writer on LA-lit, a radio show co-curated by Mathew Timmons & Stephanie Rioux. LA-Lit creates a space for dynamic conversation among poets and writers in the Los Angeles area. Reflecting the shifting nature of Los Angeles as a place, this may mean writers that have lived in LA all their lives or writers who happen to be in LA for a few days. LA-Lit is a place for the literary culture of Los Angeles to develop and exhibit itself.

To listen to interviews, you can find links to all the files at Penn Sound.
You can also visit LA-Lit’s Writers page.

Harold Abramowitz is a writer and editor from Los Angeles. His first book, Dear Dearly Departed, was published by Palm Press in 2008. Harold has two books forthcoming in 2009: Sin is to Celebration, a collaboration with Amanda Ackerman, from House Press, and Not Be Blessed from Les Figues Press. He is also the author of a chapbook, Three Column Table (Insert Press, 2007), a mirco-book, Sunday, or A Summer’s Day (PS Books, 2008), and an e-book, Technique of Bandaging and Splinting (Little Red Leaves, 2009). He has contributed to various literary publications, including Greetings, Fold: Appropriate Text, P-Queue, Ixnay Reader, String of Small Machines, and Moonlit. His work has also appeared in the anthologies A Sing Economy, An Anthology of Contemporary Experimental Poetry (Flim Forum 2008), The Physical Poets Volume 2 (2008), and Chronometry (2008). Harold co-edits the short-form literary press, eohippus labs, and co-curates the experimental cabaret event series, Late Night Snack.

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