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Ronaldo Wilson

WHAT I SAY Anthology Reading for the 2016 National Black Writers Conference at AWP, Brooklyn, NY, March 31, 2016

Ronaldo's Segment (9:02): Reading by Ronaldo Wilson

Full Recording (1:54:16): MP3

Reading for the Segue Series at the Zinc Bar, NYC, April 25, 2015

  1. Introduction (5:02): MP3
  2. You're As Cold As Ice (5:16): MP3
  3. The Space Formerly Known As Public (3:03): MP3
  4. Chrono-Photograph (8:45): MP3
  5. Streaming (4:24): MP3
  6. Glutton (1:32): MP3
  7. Multiply (2:19): MP3
  8. Shut It Down (5:55): MP3
  9. TMI (10:11): MP3
  • Ronaldo V. Wilson Complete Reading (49:00): MP3

Third Annual Convergence on Poetics Held at the University of Washington Bothell, North Creek Events Center, September 25-27, 2014

September 26th at Discover Hall

THINKING LIVENESS PANEL II: Ronaldo Wilson, Stephen Collis, Joe Milutis

September 27th at North Creek Event Center

READING / PERFORMANCE + CONVERSATION: Ronaldo Wilson with interlocutor Amaranth Borsuk
  • Jeanne Heuving and Amaranth Borsuk, Introductions (6:50): MP3
  • Ronaldo Wilson Performance (54:04): MP3
  • Amaranth Borsuk and Ronaldo Wilson in Conversation (36:58): MP3

Queer Masculinity, Belladonna* Reading Series, March 5, 2013

Curated by Krystal Languell at Dixon Place featuring Brian Pietras, Stephen Motika, Mark Wunderlich, Ronaldo Wilson, and Jack Halberstam

  • Q&A Response (with all panelists) (28:21): MP3
  • complete program (1:42:57): MP3

MLA Offsite Reading, January 8, 2011 at ArtShare, Los Angeles

organized by Andrew Maxwell, Mathew Timmons, Joseph Mosconi, Ara Shirinyan and Brian Kim Stefans

Ronaldo's Segment (4:09): Complete Reading

Full Recording Part 1 (53:12): Part 1

Full Recording Part 2 (2:51:10): Part 2

Advancing Feminist Poetics and Activism Presented by the Belladonna Reading Series, September 24-25, 2009

Room 2 [Panel 8]: Body as Discourse
Chair: Kate Eichhorn
Panelists: Joan Retallack, Trish Salah, Laura Smith, Nathalie Stephens (Nathanaƫl), Ronaldo V. Wilson

Description: This panel explores questions of the body, referentiality, remapping bodies and borders, intertextuality, narrativity, aesthetics, and the challenges of de-essentialization as we scrutinize "female," "queer," "raced" and "othered" bodies.

complete recording (44:16): MP3

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These sound recordings are being made available for noncommercial and educational use only. All rights to this recorded material belong to the author. © 2016 Renaldo Wilson. Used with permission of Renaldo Wilson. Distributed by PennSound.