Sun 03 March 2024 (17:00)
Join us for to the launch of mnemotope issue 003 by bog bodies press. mnemotope is a community magazine that collects various kinds of literature within its pages: poems, recipes, short stories, essays. For the launch the editors Lilou Angelrath and Reitlin O'hagan, will present the new issue and host an open-mic style participatory reading of their new issue.
Sun 10 March 2024 (15:00)
Join us for “With eyes closed I see”, a sharing of performative reading practices from Glaneuses et Vers Terre (Gleaners and the Worms), a collective research project by Emilie Gallier, Nina Boas, and Nienke Terpsma. They will host a participatory reading session, entering text as a landscape to move within.
Sat 16 March 2024 (17:00)
Join us for the performance of Mean Time by Amina Szecsödy. Emerging from the space between the present and it's future, Mean Time is a textual and sonic work that offers a darkly surprising philosophical poetics.
Sat 16 March until Sun 28 April 2024 12:00-14:00
We are delighted to invite you to join us for (…) have (…) word a bimonthly reading group for word dewellers. We will read from authors who write between linguistic and cultural borders through multilingual, multimodal and multi-vocal poetics. We will attempt to linger in the deformation zones of language: where words become strange, sounds shift away from their signifiers, and meaning begins to warp. We will read poetry, fiction and theory by authors Shahram Khosravi, Theresa Has Kyung Cha, Renée Green, Ahmad Almallah, and Tanya Tag among others.
Sun 24 March 2024 (15:00)
Join us for DEARS READS, an afternoon of performative readings by DEARS magazine, a magazine dedicated to writing practices at the crossroads of art, poetry and experimental writing. For this iteration of DEARS READS the editors invited contributors to the magazine to share their texts and translate words from the page into a sonic exchange with the audience. Language, sound and music will interplay and merge into performative readings.
Sun 25 February 2024 (15:00)
Join us for the launch of Oostende, a new book moving between poetry, diary and novel by Martín Zícari, published in Spanish by Poesía Paripé. For the launch Martín will read newly translated excerpts in English alongside selected excerpts in Spanish.
Sun 11 February 2024
For this episode of rile*, books podcast we are excited to release the recording of Ariana's reading at rile*, which took place on October 28 2023. Ariana Reines read from her yet unpublished poetry collection The Rose and from her latest book A Sand Book.
Sat 03 February 2024
For this episode of rile*, books podcast we are thrilled to release the recording of Alice Notley's reading at rile*, which took place on September 13 2023. Alice Notley read from her recent publication, her six book epic The Speak Angel Series, published by Fonograf Editions in 2023. Marija Cetinić joined in conversation with Alice Notley, opening questions around the genre of the epic, feminism and disobiedence; followed by a closing q&a with the audience.
Mon 01 January until Wed 31 January 2024
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Sun 24 December until Wed 10 January 2024
[News] Winter closing
We are closed from Sunday 24th of December until Thursday 11st of January. Our webshop will remain open while we're closed. Online orders can still be made, and will be shipped. See you then!
Thu 14 December 2023 (19:30-21:00)
Join us for a reading and presentation by LA Warman, author of Dust and Whore Foods, accompanied by a launch of the French translation of Whore Foods (RAG Editions) by Clara Pacotte.
Thu 07 December 2023 (19:30-20:30)
You are invited to a speculative listening session of An (In)Complete History of the World by Jen Rosenbilt. The performance research puts questions of repetition, desire, removal, decay and transition at stake. In collaboration with Li Tavor and Gærald Kurdian. Reservations are free but required.