At an Andy Warhol-themed Literary Death Match, Stephanie Barber performs a poem she wrote for the occasion called "Who Got the Tuna." The recording starts late, after the poem explains that they are at a deli counter where the server continually calls out the titular line, until the patrons start to sway along . . .
Publishing Genius released Stephanie Barber's lecture, "For A Lawn Poem," as the third installment of what was then called "This PDF Chapbook." In September of this year, we re-released her DVD/book, These Here Separated.
November 2010 marks four years of PGP, and Everyday Genius is marking the occasion all month by publishing work from its archives as well as IsReads, Chapbook Genius and excerpts from some of PGP's books.
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