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EVENT: Announcing Pacific Tour dates for Stuart Krimko, celebrating The Last Books of Héctor Viel Temperley and Hymns and Essays (Mal-O-Mar):
November 3, OLYMPIA WA; with Shawn Vandor; 7pm, Last Word Books, 211 4th Ave East.
November 5, PORTLAND, OR; with Ariana Reines; 7pm, Unwin-Dunraven Library Ecclesia @ Field Work, 1101 SW Jefferson.
November 6, ARCATA, CA; with Ariana Reines; 8pm, The Green House, 860 11th Street.
November 11, BERKELEY, CA; with Ariana Reines; 8pm, Moe’s Books, 2476 Telegraph Avenue.
November 18, LOS ANGELES, CA; with Ariana Reines; 8pm, Hop Louie, 950 Mei Wing Way. Party to follow.

Arlo Haskell’s “Tank Life” and “The Life of the World to Come” published in the Fall 2011 issue of The Associative Press.

The Last Books of Héctor Viel Temperley will publish December 10, 2011. Review copies available ca. November 1; pdf galleys available now. Contact the publisher for requests.

Francisco Garamona’s “My Analytic Theater,” translated by Stuart Krimko, at chronos (loves) kairos.

PROSUR, Translation Support Program of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Argentina, has granted funding support to the Press for publication of The Last Books of Héctor Viel Temperley, translated by Stuart Krimko.

Barry Schwabsky reviews Harry Mathews’s The New Tourism in this weeks TLS / Times Literary Supplement. Download the review as a .pdf.

The Press has agreed to terms with executors of the estate of Argentine poet Héctor Viel Temperley. Publication of an omnibus edition containing Viel Temperley’s Crawl and Hospital Británico is scheduled for late 2011.

EVENT: Cecilia Pavón and Stuart Krimko give a presentation on the Buenos Aires exhibition space/small press/movement Belleza y Felicidad at Miami MOCA, 7:00 p.m., 770 Northeast 125th Street.

EVENT: Cecilia Pavón, Stuart Krimko, and Arlo Haskell read from their work, and their translations of one another’s work, 9:00 p.m., at Lester’s Miami: 2519 NW 2nd Ave (across the street from Wynwood Kitchen & Bar).

The Press has received a gift from the Fund for Poetry to support future projects.

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