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Cal Poly Pomona

Deborah Meadows, Liberal Studies Emerita faculty

Bio.: 
Education:  M.F.A. in Creative Writing, Antioch University; M.A. in English, CSU, Los Angeles; B.A. in Philosophy and English, State University of New York at Buffalo.

Online Electronic Poetry Center author page:
http://epc.buffalo.edu/authors/meadows/

Publications:

Works of poetry include:

Translation, the bass accompaniment: Selected Poems. (Shearsman Press, Bristol, England, UK, 2013)
Saccade Patterns. (BlazeVOX Books. Buffalo, NY, 2011)
How, the means(Los Angeles: Mindmade Books, 2010)
Depleted Burden Down (Factory School, NY 2009)
Goodbye Tissues (Exeter, UK: Shearsman Books, 2009)
involutia (Exeter, UK:  Shearsman Books, Ltd., 2007)
Thin Gloves (Los Angeles: Green Integer Press, 2006)
Growing Still (Kaneohe, Hawaii: Tinfish Press, 2005)
Representing Absence (Los Angeles: Green Integer Press, 2004)
Itinerant Men (San Francisco: Krupskaya Press, 2004)
 “The 60’s and 70’s:  from The Theory of Subjectivity in Moby-Dick” (Kaneohe, Hawaii: Tinfish Press, 2003)
Anthologized in:  The PIP Anthology of World Poetry of the 20th Century, volume 5,  Intersections:  Innovative Poetry in Southern California, ed. Douglas Messerli, Los Angeles:  Green Integer Press, 2005
A Best of Fence: The First Nine Years, Volume 1, Poetry & Nonfiction, ed. Rebecca Wolf et al, Albany: Fence Books, 2009, and
The PIP (Project for Innovative Poetry) Blog, 2009 Volume, ed. Douglas Messerli,
Recent poetry and literary essays in: Poets for Living Waters, New Review of Literature, American Letters & Commentary, Xcp:  Cross Cultural Poetics, Fence, The Poker, Fourteen Hills:  The SFSU Review, Pom2, Moria Poetry Journal, Circumference: Poetry in Translation, WinteRed chaplet series, Kenning, New Review of Literature, Chain, Generator, Facture, and Antenna.

Recent essays in:  Another Language – Poetic Experiments in Britain and North America.  LIT-Verlag: Muenster, Hamburg, Berlin,  Jacket, How2, The Journal of Experimental Fiction, New Review of Literature, and Xcp:  Cross Cultural Poetics.

Poetry readings:

Readings in many locations such as: REDCAT Lounge, LA, St. Mark’s Poetry Project (NYC), as part of the II Lecturas de Primavera Buenos Aires 2006 organized by Casa Carriego and Casa de la Poesía de la Cuidad in coordination with the cultural ministry of Buenos Aires, October 23-26, 2006; in “Lecturas en Bartolomeo” series Buenos Aires, Argentina, The Smell (Los Angeles), Poetics Research Bureau (Glendale), Effie Street with David Lloyd, subtext series (Seattle), The Evergreen State University (Olympia, WA), Pacific University (Forest Grove, Oregon), University of California, Irvine “Diasporic Avant-Gardes” conference, Madrid, Spain for the University of New Orleans program, Another Language – Contemporary US-American Poetic Experiment in a Changing World conference at Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum, Germany, Beyond Baroque (Venice, CA), University of Hawai’i, Manoa, Woodland Pattern Book Center (Milwaukee, WI), ACLA 2003 conference, The Germ series (Dawson’s, LA), annual grad. school Synthink conference at Loyola Marymount University, Encuentro conference in Havana, Cuba among others.
Radio Interview:
Meadows, Deborah. Interview with Leonard Schwartz. "Cross Cultural Poetics."  Radio program, Evergreen State College on 5 May 2007. Posted at PENNSound: Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing at the University of Pennsylvania <http://www.writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/XCP.html> and scroll to #142.


Anthologized in:

The PIP Anthology of World Poetry of the 20th Century, Volume 5,  Intersections:  Innovative Poetry in Southern California, ed. Douglas Messerli, Los Angeles:  Green Integer Press, 2005, and
A Best of Fence: The First Nine Years, Volume 1, Poetry & Nonfiction, ed. Rebecca Wolf et al, Albany: Fence Books, 2009, and
The PIP (Project for Innovative Poetry) Blog, 2009 Volume, ed. Douglas Messerli, and
La Alteración del Silencio: Poesía Norteamericana Reciente (Spanish trans. Wm. Allegrezza and Galo Ghigliotto, eds.), Santiago, Chile: Das Kapital Press,  2010      

Poetry Foundation site:  http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/deborah-meadows

Los Angeles Printmakers Society, artist page:  http://www.laprintmaking.com/site/user_gallery/uid/134 and http://www.laprintmaking.com/site/gallery/m

Recent poetry and literary essays in: American Letters & Commentary, Xcp:  Cross Cultural Poetics, Fence, The Poker, Fourteen Hills:  The SFSU Review, Pom2, Moria Poetry Journal, Circumference: Poetry in Translation, WinteRed chaplet series, Kenning, New Review of Literature, Chain, Generator, Facture, and Antenna.

Recent essays in:  Jacket, How2, The Journal of Experimental Fiction, New Review of Literature, and Xcp:  Cross Cultural Poetics.

Activities include:
Serving as Board member of LARABA, Los Angeles River Artists’ and Business Association January 2013 to present

Selected to serve as a juror on the panel for The America Awards for outstanding contribution to world literature by publisher of Green Integer from 2000-present

Selected to serve on the editorial board of the University of New Orleans Press Contemporary Poetry Series, October 2010 to July 2012.

Recent Publications:

Recent Publications --  2012

Meadows, Deborah. “Outrage of the Week: On Bruce Andrews’ Neglect of Pieties” posted to the Bruce Andrews Symposium, Fordham University website, November 2, 2012
http://www.fordhamenglish.com/storage/Deborah%20Meadows%2022Outrage%20of%20the%20Week22.pdf

Meadows, Deborah. “Review of Bill Lavender’s Memory Wing” in Jacket2. 12 July 2012. Four pages.
https://jacket2.org/reviews/review-memory-wing

Meadows, Deborah. cover blurb for The Pink by Jared Schickling (BlazeVOX, 2012).

Publications  -- Poetry 2011
Meadows, Deborah. Saccade Patterns. BlazeVOX Books. Buffalo, NY, 2011. Print.

and in Kindle format: Saccade Patterns by Deborah A. Meadows | http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0058PE51C 

Meadows, Deborah. “Lamb Notes” in Stone Canoe: A Journal of Arts, Literature and Social Commentary, Syracuse University, Number 5, 2011: 247-249. Print.

Meadows, Deborah. “After “The Lightning Field,”” “Book of Lightning,” “untitled,”       “types” in Eccolinguisitics.  One.1 (2011). Unnumbered page four. Print.

Meadows, Deborah. “Weak as a directive, no.” PennSound. MLA Offsite Reading 2011,             Los Angeles.  8 January 2011.
<http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/MLAOffsite-2011.php> MP3.

Printmaking 2013

Published lithographs:
Meadows, Deborah. Nightingale Sound Print and Heart Sound Print on Ancient Calligraphy on Translation, the bass accompaniment: Selected Poems. Shearsman Press, Bristol, England, UK, 2013. Cover art. Print.

Printmaking 2012
Juried Shows:
Meadows, Deborah. Nightingale Sound Print on Ancient Calligraphy and Handscribings
Over Nightingale Sound Print 2011. Lithographs. Ink & Clay 38, Kellogg Gallery of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, March 15-April 27, 2012. Michelle Deziel, juror.

Award:  Nightingale Sound Print on Ancient Calligraphy. Lithographs. Ink & Clay 38, Kellogg Gallery of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona selected for cash award.

Meadows, Deborah. Occupy – Take the Power Back. Lithograph. “Pressing Ahead” –Los
Angeles Printmaking Society, Pacific Design Center, November 15-December 13, 2012.

Group Shows:
Meadows, Deborah.  Third Variation on Nightingale Sound Print. 2011. Lithograph.
“Arts District Winterfest” at ArtShare, Los Angeles, December 7-16, 2012. Shaun Thyne, curator.

Meadows, Deborah and Patrick Merrill.  After Mingus’ Better Git It In Your Soul, 2010.
Lithograph. as part of the “Object D’Art – Arts District Winterfest” at District Gallery, Los Angeles, December 7-16, 2012. Valerie Mitchell and Iva Hladis, curators.

Meadows, Deborah. Nightingale Sound Print on Nepali Funeral Paper, 2010.
Lithograph. as part of the “Object D’Art – Arts District Winterfest” at District Gallery, Los Angeles, December 7-16, 2012. Valerie Mitchell and Iva Hladis, curators.

Published Lithographs 2012:
Meadows, Deborah. Nightingale Sound Print, Heart Sound Print Over Ancient Calligraphy. “Silent Spring at 50” Exhibit. Borderbend Arts Collective, Online.
http://www.silentspringat50.org/8/post/2012/09/deborah-meadows.html

Meadows, Deborah. Better Git It In Your Soul. Four Lithographs. Borderbend Arts Collective, Chicago. Charles Mingus at 90 Exhibit. Online.
http://www.borderbend.org/5/post/2012/04/after-mingus-better-get-hit-in-your-soul-by-deborah-meadows.html

Printmaking 2011
Juried Show:
Meadows, Deborah. Will We Fall Out of Our Shadows? 2011. Lithograph. Brand 40: Entrances and Exits Show, Glendale, CA Sept 17-October 29, 2011. Peter Frank, juror.

International juried show:
Meadows, Deborah.  Third Variation on Nightingale Sound Print. 2011. Lithograph. Energy Show, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA. August 5-September 17, 2011. Howard Fox, juror.

Open Call Shows:
Meadows, Deborah and Patrick Merrill.  After Mingus’ Better Git It In Your Soul—Variation, 2010. Lithograph. Open Call 2011, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, Los Angles, CA. Noel Korten and Felicia Filer, jurors.

Los Angeles Printmakers Society, artist page:  http://www.laprintmaking.com/site/user_gallery/uid/134

Published Lithographs 2011:
Meadows, Deborah and Patrick Merrill. Better Git It In Your Soul. Lithograph. Saccade Patterns by Deborah Meadows. BlazeVox Books, 2011. Cover art. Print.

Meadows, Deborah. Nightingale Sound Print on Funeral Papers. Lithograph. densities, apparitions by William Allegrezza. Otoliths Press, 2011. Cover art. Print.

Meadows, Deborah. Third Variation on Nightingale Sound Print. 2011. Lithograph. Energy: An International Call For Art, catalog. Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA. pg. 21. Print.

Meadows, Deborah. Will We Fall Out of Our Shadows? 2011. Lithograph. Brand 40: Works on Paper: Entrances and Exits Show, catalog. Glendale, CA. pg. 8. Print.

Publications  -- Poetry 2010
Chapbook of poetry: Meadows, Deborah.  How, the means. Mindmade Books, Los Angeles, 2010. Print.

Meadows, Deborah.  “We Cry for the Gulf,” from “Four” (reprinted), and from     “Procuratio” (reprinted) in Poets For Living Waters, July 23, 2010       
            <http://poetsgulfcoast.wordpress.com/2010/07/23/three-poems-by-deborah-meadows/>