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Arthur Pfister

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The New York Quarterly Foundation Inc

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The New York Quarterly Foundation Inc

P.O. Box 2015

New York City, New York,10113

United States

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www.nyquarterly.org

Professor Arturo (Arthur Pfister) Releases New book (Posted on 07/01/2009)
Order Mugs, etc. with NYQ 64 Cover Art (Posted on 09/01/2008)


board.nyquarterly.org [cached]

Professor Arturo (Arthur Pfister) Releases New book
The New York Quarterly Foundation, Inc. Professor Arturo (Arthur Pfister) Releases New book Professor Arturo (Arthur Pfister) has released his new book, My Name Is New Orleans: 40 Years of Poetry and Other Jazz. See this Nola.com article for more information or purchase from Amazon.com.


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Arthur Pfister


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This is the collected life's work of New Orleans jazz poet Arthur Pfister who performs under the name Professor Arturo. The book includes an audio-CD (Merrittorious Action, ISBN 9780982455104), in which Pfister reads 6 poems from the book. An original Broadside Press Poet of the 1960s, the Professor was a fixture in the N.O. poetry scene until 2005 when Hurricane Katrina sent him into permanent evacuation to Stamford, CT.
This is the collected life's work of New Orleans jazz poet Arthur Pfister who performs under the name Professor Arturo. The book includes an audio-CD (Merrittorious Action, ISBN 9780982455104), in which Pfister reads 6 poems from the book.


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Arthur Pfister is a New Orleans native.
A prolific poet and short story writer, he specializes in spoken word and jazz collaborations. He is now teaching in Connecticut, but he enjoys a steady performance travel schedule that allows him to return to the Crescent City. Pfister's most recent book is My Name is New Orleans. Several of his works and an introduction to a new short fiction collection were featured in the Katrina 2012 issue of NOLADiaspora. Trine Wilson is a native Vermonter with a great love of traveling!! She feels blessed to be able to visit many beautiful areas and to share what catches her eye along the way. Much of what she shares is from her garden in Westford where she often lies, macro lens attached to her Canon, a cup of coffee left forgotten nearby! ARTURO, one of the original Broadside poets of the 1960s, Pfister is a native New Orleanian who relocated to Connecticut (to be near friends and family) after Hurricane Katrina and the levee break. Pfister is featured in our Katrina 2012 issue. His newest book, Eritrean Princess, is now available from Louisiana-focused publisher, Margaret Media. Arthur Pfister, a poet, fiction writer, Spoken Word artist, and educator, is a New Orleans native. He relocated to be near friends and family after Katrina and is currently an Instructor of English at Norwalk Community College in Norwalk, CT. Arthur Pfister is a New Orleans native. A prolific poet and short story writer, he specializes in spoken word and jazz collaborations. He is now teaching in Connecticut, but he enjoys a steady performance travel schedule that allows him to return to the Crescent City. Pfister's most recent book is My Name is New Orleans. His works, and an introduction to a new short fiction collection, will be featured in the Katrina 2012 issue of NOLADIASPORA.


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