Poetry Clips of the Week: Douglas Kearney and Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta

Thursday, November 16, 2017

On September 21, The Poetry Center presented Douglas Kearney and Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta, reading and in conversation.

Kearney performed works from his books Buck Studies (Fence Books, 2016) and Someone Took They Tongues (Subito Press, 2016), as well as new work. He also an improvised piece incorporating lines out of books from Poetry Center shelves (Lawrence Raab, Mark Jarman, Maude Meehan, Artie Gold, Rochelle Owens and the North Coast Review) with Buck Studies and Mess and Mess and (Noemi Press, 2015).

Luboviski-Acosta read new works and poetry from her book The Easy Body (Timeless, Infinite Light, 2017).

Advisory: contains strong language.

These video clips are the part of a series highlighting recent readings held by SF State’s Poetry Center and American Poetry Archives. Visit this website regularly for fresh poetic content.

Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta reads from her book The Easy Body.


Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta reads from her book The Easy Body.


Douglas Kearney reads “That Loud-Assed Colored Silence: Protest” from Buck Studies.


Douglas Kearney reads “About Ghosts, after Charlottesville, but before it too, shit,” from manuscript.


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