Clark Coolidge’s most recent books are The Act of Providence, a long poem about his home town (Combo Books, 2012), and This Time We Are Both, the result of a trip to the USSR with the Rova Saxophone Quartet in 1989. A collection of the writings, lectures and conversations of Philip Guston, edited by Coolidge, has just appeared from The University of California Press. He lives in Petaluma, California.
Filip Marinovich is the author of Zero Readership (Ugly Duckling Presse 2008) and And If You Don’t Go Crazy I’ll Meet You Here Tomorrow (Ugly Duckling Presse 2011). His poems have appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Aufgabe, EOAGH, Critiphoria, and True Expression: Village Zendo Journal. A poet living in New York City since 1993, Filip has also performed his poetry in Belgrade, San Francisco, and Paris.
This event was funded in part by Poets & Writers, Inc through public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.