2018年11月1日にポートランド州立大学の招聘で、詩を注ぐ器（types of media）についての講演と、現地のミュージシャンと共に詩の朗読をします。
Center for Japanese Studies Lecture Series
Linking Creative Tokyo with Creative Portland
November 1, 2018 | 6pm
Smith Student Union, Room 338
1825 SW Broadway
free and open to the public
This event includes examples of the speaker’s work, a poetry reading with musical accompaniment, and a discussion of how he “pours his poems into different vessels” (types of media).
Bin Sugawara is Japan’s most recognized poet as the result of the intersection of his poetry with various forms of media. His first volume of poetry Naked on a Veranda, the Rabbit and Women, was published in 2011 in America by PRE/POST, and was later published in Japanese in Japan. He has written lyrics for the band Superfly, produces the original media project Poets’ Weather Report, and creates installations for museums. He frequently reads his poems on radio and television, and has presented readings throughout Europe and Russia. He has contributed to many magazines, including Brutus, Ginza, and Harper’s Bazaar. His recent work titled “Kanohito” was published by Tokyo Shinbun (The Tokyo Newspaper).
With Support from the United States-Japan Foundation