Five Leslie Scalapino scholarships are available for the Ashbery Home School one-week summer writing conference of 2015 in Hudson, New York.
Seven new broadsides of Leslie Scalapino’s work, including pieces from Considering How Exaggerated Music Is and Chameleon Series, are now available for viewing.
Dead Youth, Or, The Leaks, A Play in 4 Acts by Joyelle McSweeney, winner of the inaugural Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Performance Writers, is now available from Litmus Press.
Two new videos of Leslie Scalapino’s performances. Neo-Benshi and How Phenomena Appear to Unfold / The Hind, part 1 of 11.
Sarah Dougher’s adaptation of Fin de Siècle. Memorial Reading: The Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church. Memorial Reading and Exhibition: Reed College. Flow Performance. New Time Performance. Reading at Bard College. Goya’s L.A.
Oregon ArtsWatch reports on Fin de Siècle, Sarah Dougher’s musical interpretation of a set of three experimental poem-plays by Leslie Scalapino.
Laura Moriarty’s account of the August 26, 2011 memorial.
Leslie Scalapino’s personal library catalog is now publicly available via Library Thing.
The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art has aquired Petah Coyne’s “Untitled # 1336 (Scalapino Nu Shu)” (2009-2010) as the centerpiece of “The Big Reveal,” an exhibit of more than two dozen new acquisitions. It opens September 23, 2011.