Lunch Poems at SFU | Erín Moure and Andrew McEwan
Teck Gallery in SFU’s Harbour Centre Campus 515 West Hasting Street, Vancouver, BC
Erín Moure writes in English and Galician and translates poetry from French, Galician, Spanish and Portuguese into English by, among others, Nicole Brossard, Chus Pato and Fernando Pessoa. Her work also appears in short films, theatre, and musical compositions. Moure will read from Insecession, a translational echo to Chus Pato’s biopoetics, Secession (BookThug 2014). She is currently writer in residence at Green College, UBC, where on March 31 se will launch Kapusta (Anansi)—a book-length poem-play-cabaret and outcry against genocide.
Secession / Insecession
Andrew McEwan is the author of the book Repeater, shortlisted for the Gerald Lampert Award, which employs the ASCII binary code for letters to create poetry that has been described as “mesmerizingly lyrical and theoretically rigorous.” (Jacket2). He is also the author of the chapbooks Input/Output, This Book is Depressing, and Conditional. His recently completed manuscript considers the economic crises of the early 21st century through the language and ideas of early modern anatomies and descriptions of melancholia.