Susan Gevirtz

Susan Gevirtz’s books include COMING EVENTS (Collected Writings) (Nightboat Books), AERODROME ORION & Starry Messenger (Kelsey St. Press), Broadcast (Trafficker Press), THRALL (Post Apollo, 2007), Omatic & After St. John (dpress, 2006), Hourglass Transcripts (Burning Deck, 2001), Spelt, a collaboration with Myung Mi Kim (a+bend press, 1999), Black Box Cutaway (Kelsey Street Press, 1999), PROSTHESIS : : CAESAREA (Potes and Poets, 1994), Taken Place (Reality Street, 1993), Linen minus (Avenue B, 1992), Domino: point of entry (Leave Books, 1992), Korean and Milkhouse (ABACUS, Potes and Poets, 1991), and the critical study Narrative’s Journey: The Fiction and Film Writing of Dorothy Richardson (Peter Lang, 1996). Many essays have appeared in literary magazines and scholarly journals. She was an assistant professor for ten years at Sonoma State University and now teaches in the MFA in poetry program at Mills College and in the MFA and Visual and Critical Studies programs at California College of the Arts. With Greek poet Siarita Kouka she runs the Paros Symposium, an annual meeting of poets and translators from Greece and the United States, held on Paros island.