Sun 14 May 2023 (15:00-16:00)
Join us for a reading by Nora Fulton, which will draw from her two most recent poetry collections, Thee Display (Anteism Books, 2020) and Presence Detection System (Hiding Press, 2019), as well as an unpublished manuscript entitled Cuckoo's Low Reel.
15:00-16:00 Reading by Nora Fulton
About Nora Fulton
Nora Fulton is an author and scholar based in Montreal, Canada, where she is a PhD candidate in English at Concordia University and a co-ordinator at the Centre for Expanded Poetics. Her research focuses on fundamental ontology, gender studies and trans theory, as well as traditions of modernist and avant-garde feminist poetry. She is the author of three books of poetry—Life Experience Coolant, Presence Detection System, and Thee Display—and her writing has been published in the Chicago Review, Social Text, Trilobite, The Tiny, and elsewhere. Her critical and theoretical work has been published in Radical Philosophy, Music and Literature, Diacritics, and Paideuma, among other publications.