Writer/musician Alan Semerdjian is the author of In the Architecture of Bone, from GenPop Books. Semerdjian’s poems and essays have appeared in several print and online publications and anthologies including Chain, The Lyric Review, Adbusters, Arson, Ararat, and Diagram. He released a chapbook of poems called “An Improvised Device” (Lock n Load Press) in 2005.
Semerdjian has performed and read all over North America, and his songs have appeared in television and film and charted on CMJ. He currently teaches at Herricks High School in New Hyde Park, NY and resides in New York City’s East Village.
Visit Semerdjian’s website at alanarts.com
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Thanks to Christopher Atamian, Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone is reviewed at the Huffington Post. Atamian writes On the eve of the […]
Via the always-stellar Prick of the Spindle, Erin McKnight reviews Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone. Well, she more than reviews it; […]
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Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone is expertly reviewed by JoSelle Vanderhooft at Pedestal Magazine. Some excerpts: “The Armenian genocide is not […]
GenPop Books’ debut title, Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone, receives thoughtful attention from K.T. Mitchell at The Adirondack Review: If a […]
[Reprinted from the Armenian Observer ] An Impressive Debut: Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone By Arpi Sarafian I have lost my […]
December 2nd was something of a GenPop Books & GPB Consortium homecoming–or potluck, or brewhaha, or something–at the Bowery Poetry Club. Alan Semerdjian […]
GenPop Books genuflects to fab online poetry mag No Tell Motel, run by Molly Arden and Reb Livingston. GenPop author Alan Semerdjian’s In […]