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Donato Mancini

Reading at Bridgestreet Books, Washington, D.C., May 13, 2018

Full Recording (36:56): MP3

Reading and Lecture on his own work at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, May 5, 2018

Full Recording (1:06:24): MP3

Reading at Wexler Studio, Kelly Writers House, February 19, 2018

from Same Diff (2017)

  • "you aren't going to like what i have to say" (0:58): MP3
  • Self-Sufficient (3:37): MP3
  • Snowline (4:44): MP3
  • Langue Analog (1:29): MP3
  • "day out, born old" (2:51): MP3
  • Whales, Candlelight and Stuff Like That (5:59): MP3
  • Where do you feel? (7:39): MP3

Complete Reading (27:37): MP3

Closing reading for the 2017 Writer-in-Residency at the University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, December 4, 2017

  • Complete Reading (31:14): MP3

Inaugural reading for the 2017 Writer-in-Residency at the University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, September 27, 2017

  • Complete Reading (54:06): MP3

Recorded at home by the poet in Vancouver BC, April 2016

from Buffet World (2011)

  • Fun Facts About Investments and Securities (1:26): MP3
  • If This Ever Really Happens (0:39): MP3
  • TDCJ Reel (4:09): MP3
  • Hot Peace (6:07): MP3
  • Fun Facts (0:53): MP3
  • from Loitersack (2014)

  • Biwrixle (2:31): MP3
  • Indexical Signature (2:11): MP3
  • Every Word Was Once A Poem (0:31): MP3
  • Whisper Sweet Notations (4:39): MP3
  • Introspective Data (23:25): MP3

Reading in Vancouver BC, May 2015

from Buffet World (2011)

  • If Violence (Hey You) (9:06): MP3
  • Remote Shack (2:57): MP3
  • from Ligatures (2005)

  • Ligature (11:20): MP3

Engineered by Trish Klein.

Rent Assembly at The Kootenay School of Writing, May 25, 2013

Opening Remarks with Danielle Aiello, Nathan Crompton, Donato Mancini, and Maria Wallstam (22:01): MP3

Short Range Poetic Device, 2016

Poetry and Poetics Streaming Against the Totality

Each show hosted a number of Vancouver poets, nearly all of whom were involved in anti-Olympic activities of one sort or another. The poets read from their work and discussed the role of poetry in contemporary struggles, the politics of poetic form, protest genres and both political and literary “tactics.”

Episode #1: with Donato Mancini, February 16, 2010 (1:04:20): MP3


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