Fred Moten: The Undercommons

Saturday, November 2, 2013, 5:00 pm
Fred Moten reads from his poetry and discusses The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning, his new collection of essays written with Stefano Harney. $10 general. $5 low income. Free for students and Poetry Center members.
California College of the Arts, Timken Hall, 111 Eighth Street, San Francisco
Small Press Traffic, The Poetry Center and Bay Area Public School
The Poetry Center
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Moten is the Helen L. Bovington Professor of Modern Poetry at Duke University. His field is black studies, where he works at the intersection of performance, poetry and critical theory. He is author of Arkansas, Poems (with Jim Behrle), In the Break: The Aesthetics of the Black Radical Tradition, I ran from it but was still in it, Hughson’s Tavern and B Jenkins.

Press coverage

San Francisco Chronicle, October 31, 2013


Fred Moten