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Poetry Reading: Richard Huttel, David McFadden, Lilian Necakov, and Nicholas Power

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Poetry Reading: Richard Huttel, David McFadden, Lilian Necakov, and Nicholas Power

Thursday, March 12, 2009 - 7:30pm



Chicago poet Richard Huttel gives his first Toronto reading in nearly
a decade, joined by Griffin Prize finalist David W. McFadden, as well
as Toronto poets Lillian Necakov and Nicholas Power. Hosted by Stuart Ross.

Chicagoan RICHARD HUTTEL was born in Evergreen Park, Illinois, USA, in
1954. He is the author of Bucktown Serenade (e.p. press), The Be
Seeing You Variations (Surrealist Poets¹ Gardening Assoc.), 4 Poems
(with Lillian Necakov) (Proper Tales Press) Fan Mail from Some
Flounder (Proper Tales Press) and The Evolution of The Rutherfords to
Lumpie (e.p. press).

DAVID McFADDEN lives a quiet life in a noisy part of Toronto. He's the
author, most recently, of Be Calm, Honey (Mansfield Press), Why Are
You So Sad? Selected Poems of David W. McFadden (Insomniac Press), and
An Innocent in Cuba (McClelland & Stewart).

LILLIAN NECAKOV has been writing and giving readings for over 30
years. She is the author of Polaroids (1997), Hat Trick (1998) and
The Bone Broker (2007) among others. Her work has appeared in
anthologies and magazines in the USA, Europe, China and Canada,
including SurrealEstate: 13 Canadian Poets Under the Influence (2004).
She lives and works in Toronto.

NICHOLAS POWER has recently published from the monastery, starting
where I am, cutting water, and The Steady Pull of a Curious Dog with
his own imprint Gesture Press (publisher of over 25 authors since
1984). His collection of poems [a modest device] was published by The
Writing Space. Poems have appeared lately in Descant,, and He is a founding member of Meet the
Presses collective and performs with the sound poetry ensemble
Alexander¹s Dark Band.


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