Kathleen Heil is teaching the seminar “Night Thoughts: Contemporary Poetic Practices” Tuesday evenings in February at Stillpoint Spaces Berlin. For tickets and registration, click here.
The final essay in the series on cultural life in Berlin, “Letter from Berlin #5: Dancing on our own,” on Berghain, is live on the Best American Poetry Blog.
“Letter from Berlin #4: This exchange,” on Tino Sehgal’s works at the Volksbühne Berlin, is live on the Best American Poetry Blog.
“Letter from Berlin #3: Nicht ich,” on the Beckett performances at the Volksbühne and recent protests, is live on the Best American Poetry Blog.
Tomorrow evening at ostPost Berlin, Kathleen Heil is reading from a short story in progress as part of Fiction Canteen. More info, here.
“Letter from Berlin #2: Fleshless beasts,” on Roderick George’s dance piece at the Sophiensaele, is now live on the Best American Poetry blog.
Kathleen Heil is a guest author this week at the Best American Poetry blog with “Letters from Berlin,” dispatches on recent cultural events in the city; the poet Rodney Wilhite, who also makes mixtapes as crescentius, will DJ. Read Letter #1, on the Ukrainian poet Serhiy Zhadan, here.
What does it mean for the body to become fractured, to suffer from a sense of displacement? What are the political, social, and psychic forces that act upon the body to engender these ruptures? And can these ruptures be recovered?
Mondays from September 11 – October 2, Kathleen Heil is teaching a Symposium at Stillpoint Spaces Berlin on “Fractured Bodies: Contemporary Forms of Displacement” viewed through the lens of contemporary literature.