2017 Writer-In-Residence: Ian Hatcher
From June 25-28th, The Capilano Review will be hosting Ian Hatcher as our 2017 Writer-in-Residence.
Sunday, June 25th @2pm
Sunday Seminar with Ian Hatcher
Tuesday, June 27th @7pm
Reading and Panel on Digital Poetics with Ian Hatcher, Taryn Hubbard, and Clint Burnham
Monday June 26th and Wednesday June 28th
One-on-one manuscript consultations with Ian Hatcher
To book a consultation please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
Ian Hatcher is a writer, performer, and programmer whose work explores cognition in the context of digital systems. Recent output includes a vinyl/mp3 record, Drone Pilot (cOsmOsmOse 2017); a print poetry collection, Prosthesis (Poor Claudia 2016); and numerous screen poems, including the iOS app Abra, created with Amaranth Borsuk and Kate Durbin. His code-inflected vocal performances have been widely presented in North America and Europe. He received his MFA from Brown University and lives in New York.
The Capilano Review hosts a Writer-in-Residence Program. Writers spend up to three weeks in Vancouver where they consult with student writers, deliver workshops, and give readings and talks. Applications for future residencies can be addressed to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send a cover letter and resumé.