Jon Rutzmoser & Marianne Morris Reading Dec 4

Paesaggio Eroico [Heroic Landscape], Adelchi-Riccardo Mantovani, 75x55cm, 2008

Jon Rutzmoser & Marianne Morris Reading
Sunday December 4, 2011 at 6:30pm
Insert Blanc Press HQ
Los Angeles, CA 90027
rsvp for directions LALiterature [at] [geeeemail] [dot] com

Jon Rutzmoser will be living in Echo Park, Los Angeles in early December. In fact, he's been living there for a while now, and he will continue to live there in early December. Marianne Morris, the British (Canadian-born) poet will be visiting Los Angeles for a few days in early December. Since the two of them have so much in common, we've decided to celebrate by having them each perform a reading at Insert Blanc Press HQ on Sunday December 4, 2011 at 6:30pm. You should come. You might enjoy seeing them perform readings.

If you don't know where Insert Blanc Press HQ is then please rsvp for directions at LALiterature [at] [geeeemail] [dot] com. If you know where Insert Blanc Press HQ is then you don't need to rsvp at all, just show up. Then we will all have so much in common. We will all physically occupy Insert Blanc Press HQ, even if just for a few passing hours. Oh and feel free to bring snacks or something to drink if you like, and if you're not into that sort of thing, that's fine too, just bring yourself andor a friend or just yourself. We'll be very happy to see you.

6:30pm social hour - reading will start by 7/7:30 at the absolute latest

here are some bios:
Jon Rutzmoser (b. 1982) is an artist, writer, and educator living in Los Angeles. Recent work appears in Gaga Stigmata, Drunken Boat and X-TRA. Jon also runs an experimental theater out of his Echo Park apartment. More information at

Marianne Morris is Canadian by birth and a Londoner by day; is a writer, painter, collagemaker and taxidermic sculptor based in East London. She was born in 1981 and founded Bad Press with Jow Lindsey and Jonathan Stevenson in 2002. Morris studied English Literature at Newnham College, Cambridge, and was the recipient of the Harper-Wood Studentship for Creative Writing from St. John’s College in 2008. She is now researching for a PhD in contemporary poetry at Dartington (University College Falmouth). Publications include: Commitment (Critical Documents/Bad Press, 2011), Untitled Colossal Parlour Odes (with Luke Roberts, Sophie Robinson, Josh Stanley; Bad Press, 2011), Tutu Muse (Fly By Night Press, 2008); A New Book From Barque Press, Which They Will Probably Not Print (Barque Press, 2006); with Bad Press: Cocteau Turquoise Turning, Fetish Poems (2004); Gathered Tongue, Memento Mori (2003); Poems in Order (2002). All Mod Cons and Iran Documents are forthcoming from Acts of Language and Openned Press respectively. Official blog:

William Maxwell Evans Perkins was born in New York City in 1884. Though he received a degree in economics from Harvard University, his passion was literature, and after college he took a position at Charles Scribner and Sons as an editor. Perkins was the only editor who recognized the brilliance of F. Scott Fitzgerald's first novel, which would also be true of Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises. Perkins died in 1947.

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