Divya Victor & Isaac Linder: Reading, May 17, 2014

things-to-do-with-your-mouth_divya-victor_front-cover_featuredOn Saturday, May 17 at 7 p.m. Counterpath hosted Divya Victor and Isaac Linder for a reading/performance. The evening coincided with the opening night performance by Elizabeth Leister in connection with her new exhibit at Counterpath.

Divya Victor is the author of Things To Do With Your Mouth (Les Figues, 2014), Partial Derivative of the Unnameable (Troll Thread, 2005); Goodbye John! On John Baldessari (2012) and PUNCH (2011) from Gauss PDF; and the chapbooks UNSUB (2014), Hellocasts by Charles Reznikoff by Divya Victor by Vanessa Place (2011), and SUTURES (2009). Her book Natural Subjects is the 2014 winner of the Bob Kaufman Award, selected by Anselm Berrigan and is forthcoming from Trembling Pillow Press. Her poetry, poetics, and criticism have appeared in Dusie, Journal of Commonwealth & Postcolonial Studies, Crux, and P-QUEUE, among others. She earned a PhD from the University at Buffalo, and she currently lives in Buffalo where she is a teaching artist for Just Buffalo Literary Center and a writer for Jacket2.

Isaac Linder is a writer and researcher living in Denver, Colorado. He is a graduate of Naropa University, holds an MA in Philosophy from the European Graduate School, Switzerland, and believes that all reductionisms are full of holes cognitively.