December 12, 2002
December 2, 2002
Alchemy featured Surrealist poet/artist Kateřina Piňosová. Kateřina Piňosová, born 1973 Prostějov, Moravia, is a poet, graphic artist, translator and an active participant in the Czech-Slovak Surrealist Group. Her work - in its varied media - has appeared in several journals, including 'Analogon', 'Intervence' and 'Optimism', and in "Surrealist Women: An International Anthology" (Penelope Rosemont, Ed., University of Texas Press, 1998).
In addition to many group shows with the Czech-Slovak Surrealist Group, Pinosova has had several solo exhibitions of her art work in the Czech Republic, the United States and in France. Her books include a collection of poetry,"Housenka smrtihlava" (CZ. Edice Analogon, Prague, 2000), and a collaborative work on the motifs of the Ogham incorporating Piňosová's artwork and poet Laura Conway's texts, "The Alphabet of Trees" (ENG. Concordia Press, Prague, 2002).
November 18, 2002
November 11, 2002
Another special guest, Peter Orner (below) read from his recently published book of short stories "Esther Stories". Peter, who has lived in Prague in recent years, now lives in Rome.
November 5, 2002
A third chapbook Catholic is forthcoming from Pudding House Press. Last year she earned third place in the Allen Ginsberg contest sponsored by the Poetry Center in Paterson New Jersey. Theriault currently resides in Prague where she's writing trampoems and teaching at the International School of Prague.
October 7, 2002
October 3, 2002