Poetry Reading: "A Traveling Show", poems about artists DEBORAH ELLIOTT DEUTSCHMAN & JONATHAN GOODMAN
A Traveling Show: DEBORAH ELLIOTT DEUTSCHMAN & JONATHAN GOODMAN
will read their poems about artists.
WED March 15th, 2017 at 6 PM
EFA / Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts
323 West 39th Street, Fl. 3
(bet. 8th & 9th aves.)
Jonathan Goodman is a freelance art writer who is currently writing for The Brooklyn Rail, artcritical, and Sculpture, among other publications. Additionally, he writes for Internet sites in Madrid and Paris. For the Paris blog, he specializes in articles on public art in settings in nature. A former student of medieval literature, he has remained in university circles, teaching 16 years as a writer in the department of fine arts at Pratt Institute.
DEBORAH ELLIOTT DEUTSCHMAN
Over the years, I’ve had poems and stories in a number of places including Carolina Quarterly, The New Criterion, New York Quarterly, The New Yorker, and Poet Lore; a novel, "Signals," published by Seaview Books/Simon & Schuster and PEI paperbacks. I have also written several original feature-length screenplays, as well as having collaborated on quite a few screenplays and film adaptations. I’ve had poems and stories, translated into French, in French publications. Currently, I am collaborating on a screenplay on Joan Mitchell and have just finished a novel that I was working on for many years. Since the poems I’m going to be reading are about artists, I should also add that I have been around and in the art world most of my life.
Deborah Elliott Deutschman's short story "Louise Bourgeois: Open Doors" translated into French by Marie de Quatrebarbes published in the Revue Sarrazine Nº15 (November 2015).
Premier lancement de la revue Sarrazzine Nº15: Au Café de Flore
172 Boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris 6ème
le Vendredi 27 Novembre à 19h00