KGB: Tim Shaner and SUNY Buffalo

July 10, 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Chris Alexander is the author of Panda (2011/2013), McNugget (2013), Cams (2016), and I Know What Love Is (forthcoming).

Thom Donovan is the author of numerous books including Withdrawn (Compline, 2017), The Hole (Displaced Press, 2012) and Withdrawn: a Discourse (Shifter, 2016). He co-edits and publishes ON Contemporary Practice. He is also the editor of Occupy Poetics (Essay Press, 2015); To Look At The Sea Is To Become What One Is: an Etel Adnan Reader (with Brandon Shimoda; Nightboat Books, 2014), Supple Science: a Robert Kocik Primer (with Michael Cross; ON Contemporary Practice, 2013), and Wild Horses Of Fire. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Literary Studies at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts.

Kristen Gallagher’s books include 85% True/Minor Ecologies (Skeleton Man, 2017), Grand Central (Troll Thread, 2016) and WE ARE HERE (Truck Books, 2011). Recent publications are “Dossier on the Site of a Shooting,” a multiplatform digital work on Gauss PDF that explores the site of the Trayvon Martin murder; “Untitled Rosewood Trip,” text with screenshots in Printed Web 3; Florida, a long chapbook from Well Greased Press; and selections from Florida in 6x6. She is a Professor of English at City University of New York-LaGuardia Community College in Queens, New York.

Tim Shaner is the author of I Hate Fiction (Spuyten Duyvil, 2018) and Picture X (Airlie Press, 2014). With Kristen Gallagher, he curated the Rust Talks series on poetics in Buffalo and edited Wig: A Journal of Poetry and Work, and he published, with Jonathan Skinner, the pamphlet Farming the Words: Talking with Robert Grenier (Field Books, 2009). Currently, he is a coordinator of the Windfall Reading Series at the Eugene Public Library. He teaches writing at Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon.