S242. Jack Kerouac School 40th Anniversary Reading: Feminism & Antiwar Writings

Room 608, Washington State Convention Center, Level 6
Saturday, March 1, 2014
3:00 pm to 4:15 pm


In celebration of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics 40th Anniversary, core faculty, alumni, and guests of the renowned Summer Writing Program will read and perform their work. Utilizing audio, video, and performance, this reading will present a focus on feminist, antiwar writings.



Andrea Rexilius has authored two books of poetry: Half of What They Carried Flew Away and To Be Human Is To Be A Conversation. She is a member of the Poets’ Theater group, Girls Assembling Something Perpetual. She coordinates the Summer Writing Program at Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School.

HR Hegnauer is the author of the Sir. She is a book designer and website designer specializing in working with independent publishers as well as individual artists and writers. She received her MFA in Writing & Poetics from Naropa University, where she has also taught in the Summer Writing Program.

Tracie Morris is a poet, performer, vocalist and scholar with an MFA in poetry from Hunter College, a PhD in Performance Studies from New York University and British classical acting trainingRADA. She's Professor of Performance + Performance Studies at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.

Eileen Myles’s most recent books are Snowflake/different streets (poetry), Inferno (a poet’s novel) for which she received a Lambda Book Award in fiction and The Importance of Being Iceland which received a Warhol/Creative Capital art writers’ grant.


March 8–11, 2023
Seattle, Washington

Washington State Convention Center