UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS
Saturday, January 31, 10:00AM
The 21st year of this annual benefit for bookstore, gallery and performance space Woodland Pattern features readings from emerging and established poets from Milwaukee and around the Midwest, including Nick...
Sunday, February 1, 12:00PM
Local poets read from the many books, pamphlets, newsletters, scores, and other category-defying texts by Alison Knowles, Jackson Mac Low, Gertrude Stein and others published by Fluxus artist Dick Higgins's...
Monday, February 2, 8:00PM
Troll Thread Press editor and University of Buffalo PhD candidate Melgard (Reimbursement) reads with Coconut Magazine editor and MoCADA Museum Director of Education Parker (Other People’s Comfort Keeps Me...
Tuesday, February 3, 7:00PM
Prose writer and Rutgers University professor Lisicky (The Narrow Door) and poet and Spork Press editor Siken (War of the Foxes) read from their forthcoming books for the Intermezzo series.
Wednesday, February 4, 6:00PM
Joshua Merchant, Scot Nakagawa, Kevin Simmonds, Adrienne Torf and Arisa White present a mix of memoir, poetry and film for this event, whose title riffs on Audre Lorde's essay "Poetry Is Not a...
Thursday, February 5, 8:00PM
Los Angeles Times Book Prize and Lambda Literary Award finalist Martin reads from her new poetry collection, Life in a Box is a Pretty Life, for this event presented by the Washington University MFA...
Friday, February 6, 7:00PM
Massachusetts-born poet Reines (Mercury) reads with poet and copywriter Werblin (Sunday with the Sound Turned Off) at this 88-year-old poetry bookstore.
Saturday, February 7, 3:00PM
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Seshadri (3 Sections) gives a talk called "Transgenres" for Poets House's "Other Impulses: Poets Writing Across Genres" series.
Sunday, February 8, 6:00PM
Browne (Lost Parkour Ps(alms)), McCarthy (Nulls) and Ronan (the obligatory garnish argument) read at this bookshop managed by poet Rod Smith.
Monday, February 9, 4:30PM
Brock-Broido reads from her new book of poems, the National Book Award finalist Stay, Illusion, for USC's Boudreaux Visiting Writers Series.