Sunday, September 21, 3:00 p.m.
Sam Truitt, Fred Worden & Ken Jacobs
@ DC Arts Center
Ken Jacobs was born in orono, maine and has lived in and about washington d.c. for more than thirty years. he spends his days writing & breaking software.

Sam Truitt was born in Washington, DC, and raised there and in Tokyo, Japan. He is the author ofthe forthcoming Street Mete: A Work in Vertical Elegies (Palm, 2008) and the previously published Vertical Elegies: Three Works (UDP, 2008),Vertical Elegies 5: The Section (Georgia, 2003) and Anamorphosis Eisenhower (Lost Roads, 1998), among other books. An excerpt of Raton Rex (from Three Works) was selected by Robert Creeley for 2002 Best American Poetry (Scribner), and his work has also been anthologized in American Poetry: The Next Generation (Carnegie Mellon, 2000). His poems have appeared in Fence, Ploughshares, Denver Quarterly, Boston Review, Explosive, Jacket, Talisman, and First Intensity, among other journals. His critical writing may be found in the forthcoming Fulcrum 5: An Annual of Poetry and Aestheitics (Fulcrum, 2006) and Radical Poetic Practice/Secular Jewish Culture (Alabama, 2007); his book reviews have appeared in American Book Review and the Poetry Project Newsletter. His works of visual poetry have been exhibited at the Rothstein Gallery, Tonic and the St. Marks Poetry Project and may be seen on, among other sites. His writing is in a semi-permanent installation at the Paramount Hotel's Whiskey Bar, designed by Philippe Starck, off Times Square in New York City.

Fred Worden has been making experimental film since the mid 1970s. His films have been shown in the Whitney Biennial, The Museum of Modern Art, The Centre Pompidou, The Pacific Film Archive, The New York Film Festival, The London Film Festival, The Rotterdam International Film Festival, The Toronto Film Festival, The Hong Kong International Film Festival, and numerous other experimental film venues. His writings have appeared in Cinematograph and Criss-Cross Art Communications. His films are in the Stan Brakhage Collection and the collection of the Centre Pompidou among others. He has completed over 25 experimental films, including The Or Cloud, which was included in the 2002 Whitney Biennial. His films, Amongst the Persuaded and Here won Juror's Choice First Prizes in the 2005 and 2006 Black Maria Film and Video Festivals.


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(south of Columbia Rd. on the west side of the street)
All readings are on third Sundays at 3 PM, Admission $5, FREE for DCAC members