Friday, August 29, 6:30PM
Atlanta poet Covey (Change Machine), Athens poet Mark (Tsim Tsum) and North Carolina poet Taylor (first the trees, now this) read for the Avid Poetry series, hosted by Gina Abelkop.
Saturday, August 30, 3:00PM
Poet Ashaki M. Jackson, actor Ryan Lane, and others come together on the red carpet for a screening of Maya Washington's short film White Space and a reading from the White Space Poetry Anthology.
Saturday, August 30, 7:00PM
Columbia College Chicago poetry professors Burroughs (The Vital System) and Trigilio (The Complete Dark Shadows (of My Childhood), Book 1) read with University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee PhD candidate Patel...
Sunday, August 31, 10:00AM
The first session of the online workshop "Prosody & Revision," taught by David Koehn over the course of nine Sundays and featuring guest poets such as Maxine Chernoff, Gillian Conoley, and Brian...
Monday, September 1, 7:00PM
Poet, visual artist, and jazz musician Blackwell (Is, The Color of Mississippi Mud) reads for the Poets! series hosted by Jerry Ferraz.
Tuesday, September 2, 7:00PM
BOA Editions press poets Girmay (Kingdom Animalia), Lederer (The Heaven-Sent Leaf) and Tognazzini (I Carry A Hammer In My Pocket For Occasions Such As These) are the featured readers for this Word for Word...
Wednesday, September 3, 7:30PM
Release reading for Panic Cure: Poetry from Spain for the 21st Century, edited and translated by Brown professor Gander, and just out from Otis Books/Seismicity Editions.
Thursday, September 4, 6:00PM
Slam poet and Stanford PhD candidate Awkward-Rich, writer and musician Simmonds and others read for the launch event for Neplanta: A Journal For Queer Poets Of Color, a new journal edited by Soto.
Friday, September 5, 7:30PM
The Studio One Reading Series kicks off their fall season with a reading featuring Carr (RAG), Chernoff (Without) and Morrison (Reclamation Project), plus visual art by Patrick Sumner.
Saturday, September 6, 7:00PM
San Diego Mesa College professor Safdie reads from his new poetry collection, Scholarship, at this bookstore that is also home to the La Jolla Cultural Society.