From Enclave Series:
The Enclave Reading Series has been active in downtown New York for almost eight years. The aim of the series is to present authors and performers who take risks in their work, either formally or in their approach to subject. We celebrate and promote the work of both established and emerging authors whose work is intelligent, fearless, and challenging. Past readers include Penny Arcade, Gary Indiana, John Giorno, Wayne Koestenbaum, Eileen Myles, Bruce Benderson, Lynne Tillman, Michael Cunningham, Abdellah Taia, Laurie Weeks, and Karen Finley. It has also curated off-site events at BAM and at Mattachine (featuring John Cameron Mitchell and Parker Posey).
The Enclave’s events are usually well attended and have been covered by the local media, such as Time Out, New York Magazine, BOMB, and PBS. Electric Literature declared the Enclave Series “the one best thing to do on a Saturday afternoon.” BOMB has called it “the pre-party party.” Here is some coverage received:
Uptown Collective Recap (Recap-Review)
Text & Audio Recording of Attempt at …
Radio Tahrir Interview around Drive-by Cannibalism in the Baroque Tradition, Dec2009
Le Monde/Telerama piece on MoMA program, spring 2011