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Exhibits & Publications

Exhibits/Galleries | - Notations 21
(p.113, Lynn Job)
• 2012 | (October 29, 2011-March 4) The Gund Gallery, Gambier, Ohio
• 2012 | (August 27-September 20) Salisbury University, Maryland
• 2011 | (February 4-27) SUNY Fredonia, New York
• 2011 | (March 31-May 14) NIU, Dekalb, Illinois
• 2011 | (April 10-24 continuing in summer) Amsterdam, Netherlands
• 2011 | (November 17) Beatrice Theatre, NYC, New York
• 2010 | (October 7) University of New Haven, Connecticut
• 2009 | (May 12-31) Hutchins Gallery, Long Island University, New York
• 2008 | (October 4 - Nov. 1) Chelsea Art Museum, New York

Exhibit | - "Abridged Quotes & Other Selections by poet Lynn Job," A Private Showing of Devotional Love Scripts at the popular banquet hall "The Windsor Stables," Lincoln, Nebraska (May 2, 2008)

Anthology | "Anchored in Perath: an apocalypse" (solo organ | graphic score--with poem) in Notations 21: an anthology of innovative musical notation, Theresa Sauer (New York, NY: Mark Batty Publisher, 2008): p.113 | Licensed by Buckthorn Music Press
• ISBN-10:0979554640,
• ISBN-13:978-0979554643

Journal | "Cups with Saucers: Impressionistic Strata Within Job's Mixed Poetics," Lynn Job. Carson Cooman, Editor, Living Music Journal, Vol. 21, no. 1, Spring 2006 (Birmingham, Alabama: Living Music Foundation, Inc., 2006): pp.5-10
• ISSN: 8755-092X

Score | "SACRED STREAM IV: Meditations by the River Euphrates" full poem written within the score (unpublished anywhere else) Anchored in Perath: an apocalypse (solo organ | graphic score), reprinted & excerpted with permission from Buckthorn Books (Denton, Texas: Buckthorn Music Press, BMP-88, 2006).

Anthology | "Flights to Patmos" in Windhover: a Journal of Christian Literature, vol. V, ed. Donna Walker-Nixon, et al. (Belton, TX: Univ. of Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2000): p.103
• ISBN# 0-9674523-3-3
• ISSN# 1522-2314
Note: Formatting error; this poem is not prose style as shown in book.


Poetry



Tours, Readings, Residencies

Conference Support

- Lod้ve, France | Voix de la M้diterran้e (Annual Poetry Festival) | here | presents special evening music 2010 360 Degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 1 of 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director. (July 21, 2010 (10:30 p.m.))

Readings

- Denton, Texas | Book Tour - Notations 21 - Films and readings at Art Six Coffee House . Anchored in Perath by Job, and other works with Theresa Sauer. More details about this score (book p.113) and the associated poem Sacred Stream IV: Meditations by the River Euphrates sold by Buckthorn Music Press | here |
(November 9, 2009, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.)

- New York, New York | "CD Launch & Readings" - at The KGB Bar - a Vox Novus Production - 60x60 Project, the Double Album - 85 East 4th Street, Manhattan (East Village), New York . Two new poems written by Job (who is also a composer on the CD) for the occasion. Performed by local New York poets. More details and press from Buckthorn Records | here |
(August 1, 2007, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.)

- Fort Worth, Texas | "Women in Music: A Celebration!" Tarrant County College - South Campus Recital Hall. Two poems read by Dr. Job, and a solo trumpet performance (R. Rodriquez) composed by Dr. Job, live on stage. (March 25, 2004)

Symposium

- Santa Rosa, California | "Open Microphone (10 minutes with Lynn Job)" - Teaching Poetry: an Innovative Summer Institute for Poets & Teachers - Sonoma Country Day School, and, Iron Horse Ranch & Vinyard (July 24-27, 2002)

Poet-in-Residence

- Belton, Texas | "Flights to Patmos & Other Selections - 30 minutes with poet Lynn Job," Performance at The 5th Annual Belton Writer's Festival, concurrent with book release, sponsored by the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (January 4-6, 2001)

Poet-in-Residence

- County Clare, Ireland | The Writer's Place Knockeven, Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland, a past venture of Salmon Publishing, Ltd.

(April-May, 1999)

"Unquestionably the most important publisher of poetry in Ireland"
-- Fintan O'Toole, writer/journalist.

- Concurrent activities for Dr. Job . . .

(1) • "The Muse and the Mirror: Conference on Contemporary Women's Poetry in Ireland," Trinity Literary Society (Trinity College Dublin);

(2) • Salmon Publishing's Writer's Workshop, reviewed by Louise East of The Irish Times (a co-participant);

(3) • Bill McNamara's The Flowing Tide: Traditional Irish Music School, Doughmore, Doonbeg, County Clare;

(4) • Prepared poetry readings by invitation for the intended launch of The New Hedge School, Doolin, County Clare.

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News - In Development

Looking for current releases? Many of Lynn Job's latest poetry can be found within current music manuscripts. She often incorporates excerpts from her poems, or new poetic texts, into her printed music preface pages, and/or score title sheets. This is discussed at length, with examples, in Living Music Journal (Vol 21, No. 1, Spring 2006), available in all fine music academic libraries, listed above. Her newest authored script is heard performed before each of 3 movements within House of Jatamansi (organ & flute) on the CD Jatamansi (Raven Recordings, 2012).

Lynn Job's largest poetry manuscript in work will release one day as a monograph edition. It contains mature themes of devotional metaphors and allegory centered around the Judeo-Christian canon and literary models such as Song of Songs, Psalms, and the books of Job, Hosea and Jeremiah. Currently at 50 poems, many more will be added or replaced. No print deadline is set. Readings are advertised above, as applicable.

Much creative inspiration is drawn from the Dead Sea Scrolls, and, from popular histories by Scottish scholar E. Raymond Capt. Buy his books from Artisan Publishers | here | among other vendors.

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" . . . I was also greatly smitten by the opening line(s) of your "Wayfarer."
They are a beautiful, ritual opening."

[Wayfarer: Six Degrees of an Abandoned Soul in six parts]
Dana Gioia
(poet, critic, & Chariman, National Endowment for the Arts)

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