Community Events

UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS

Sunday, February 14, 8:00PM

Samantha Deal, Alban Fischer and Daniela Olszewska

Deal, Fischer (Status Area) and Olszewska (Citizen J) read for the monthly Poetry & Pints series hosted by Michael Sikkema and Jen Tynes.

Monday, February 15, 4:00PM

Un-Valentine's Day Poetry Reading

Faculty and students from the University of Michigan English Department read poems about "the downside of love" for this post-V-Day reading.

Tuesday, February 16, 7:00PM

Idra Novey

Princeton University professor, poet and translator Novey reads from and discusses her first novel, Ways to Disappear, at this independent Bay Area bookstore.

Wednesday, February 17, 8:00PM

James Hannaham and Dawn Lundy Martin

Fiction writer and visual artist Hannaham (Delicious Foods) reads with poet and Black Took Collective member Martin (Life in a Box is a Pretty Life) at the Poetry Project.

Thursday, February 18, 7:00PM

Khadijah Queen

Queen (Fearful Beloved) reads from her work and gives a craft talk for the University of Arizona Poetry Center's Spectacular Poetics series, which focuses on the intersection of poetry and spectacle.

Friday, February 19, 7:00PM

Wayne Courtois, Jen Harris, Stacey Portillo and Simone Savannah

Novelist, memoirist and poet Courtois, poets Harris and Portillo, and poet and University of Kansas Creative Writing PhD student Savannah read for The Writers Place reading series.

Saturday, February 20, 7:00PM

Clutch Fleischmann, Caryl Pagel and Angela Narcisco Torres

Nonfiction writer Fleischmann (Syzygy, Beauty) reads with poets Pagel (Twice Told) and Torres (Blood Orange) for the The Dollhouse Reading Series curated by Dolly Lemke and Holly Amos.

Sunday, February 21, 3:00PM

Jay Deshpande, Tafisha Edwards, Natalie Infante and Kevin Thurston

Deshpande (Love the Stranger) and Infante (contemporary girl) read with Cave Canem fellow Edwards and Buffalo Small Press Book Fair co-founder Thurston at the DC Arts Center.

Monday, February 22, 7:00PM

Heid Erdrich

Erdrich, who also writes nonfiction about Native American food and community practices, reads from her latest poetry collection, Cell Traffic: New and Selected Poems.

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