This Tuesday, October 29 at Imprevu’s IMPRO LAB in Berlin, Kathleen will be guest teaching the warmup based on her research into the subject of tenderness. Dancers, actors, singers, performers, and visual artists interested in improvisation and real-time composition are all welcome.
On Friday, November 8 in Helsinki at the Museum of the Impossible Forms, Kathleen will be performing her work THE TENDERNESS MANIFESTO as part of their Performance LAB series. Stay tuned via the museum’s website or social media for more info.
The poem “pas de don’t” is in the current issue of DIAGRAM, along with work by Adam Day, Jaclyn Dwyer, and a review by Nicholas Molbert of Geffrey Davis’s book of poems Night Angler.
The poem “How to Survive the Tragedy of Linear Time” is in the current issue of Forklift, Ohio, which also features poetry by Bob Hicok, J.M. Farkas, Brandon Amico, and others.
The current issue of the Colorado Review features a new poem, “Please,” along with writing by Kyoko Mori, Sam Gilpin, and Amanda Ajamfar.
Upcoming courses with the Berlin Writers’ Workshop:
Poetry Writing I, 8-week seminar; May 22–July 10, Wednesdays, 7–9:30 PM
How to Submit to Literary Journals, weekend master class; May 25 & 26 from 2–6 PM
The current issue of Electric Literature: The Commuter features three poems: “Welcome to the Situation [Winterfeldtplatz Markt, Berlin],” “Welcome to the Situation [Tempelhof Airport, Berlin],” and “thermodynamics.”
Kathleen Heil has been awarded a Spring 2019 Art Omi: Writers residency. On April 13 in Hudson, NY, the writers in residence will give a reading.
The poem “Fun fact” is in the current issue of Witness, which also features writing by Afsheen Farhadi, Kate Partridge, and Marianne Chan.
The poem “Please” is in the current issue of Sixth Finch, along with poetry by Katie Berta, Bill Carty, Caroline Chavatel, and others.
The translation from the German of Brigitte Oleschinski’s poem “ones falling” is in the current issue of DIAPHANES, together with an interview with Lars von Trier, an essay on Uma Thurman by editors Michael Heitz and Hendrik Rohlf, and a new series of photographs by Elena Dorfman.
Poetry Writing I, 8-week workshop at the Berlin Writers’ Workshop; starts January 16, 2019; Wednesdays, 19-21:30h.
Reading with Abdulkadir Musa, presented by the Berlin Writers’ Workshop at Lettretáge, Berlin, December 13, 19:30h.
In residence at the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Archives, week of November 5, New York
“Rhythm & Phrasing,” a workshop on composing in movement & text, Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle, October 19 & 20, 10-16h [closed group].