The short fiction translation “Your Mother in the Snow Doesn’t Look Back” by Patricio Pron is in the current issue of The Threepenny Review, which also features photographs by David Goldblatt, poetry by Louise Glück, and an essay on Jerome Robbins’s ballet In Memory Of… by Wendy Lesser.
“Lass Stecken #1” takes place at K77 Studios this evening from 6-8 pm as part of the Performing Arts Festival Berlin, with performances by Gosia Gajdemska & Anuya Rane, Britta Kerger, & others; Hilla Steinert performs the long-duration work “T_räume” from 4-6pm, which is free and open to the public; Kathleen Heil performs her solo “Vexierfrage” to close the evening.
Next Thursday evening, Heil performs for the Vernissage of Stella Geppert’s “Ten Scores for a Sculpture” at the exhibition “Körpereinsatz” at the Kuntshalle der Sparkasse Leipzig, together with Stella Geppert, Lukas Geschwind, and Birte Opitz.
The Space Between, a workshop on composing in movement & text, will take place the weekend of April 7th & 8th at K77 Studios in Berlin.
The poem “Rinascimaiale” is in the current issue of Barrow Street, with new poems also by Ellen Doré Watson, Peter Cooley, and others.
The short fiction translations “The Story of the Hunter and the Bear #1″ and “The Story of the Hunter and the Bear #4” by Patricio Pron are in the current issue of of Two Lines, which also features translations by Saskia Vogel, Antonia Lloyd-Jones, and more.
Friday, February 16, Kathleen Heil is reading her fiction for Fiction Canteen at Hafenrevue III — Die Literaturszene Berlins am Wannsee at the Literarisches Colloquium Berlin. The evening also features presentations from the Haus für Poesie, Lettrétage, The American Academy in Berlin, and live music.
Tuesday, February 13, the second session of Night Thoughts: Contemporary Poetic Practices takes place at the Stillpoint Spaces Lab in Berlin at 7pm.