UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS
Saturday, March 28, 9:30PM
Glenum, Lee, Springer and many others read for "Post-&Now Salon," an offsite event after the final day of the "Blast Radius: Writing and the Other Arts" festival hosted by CalArts.
Sunday, March 29, 7:30PM
Ripon College professors Gannon (White Nightgown), Graham (Stutter Monk) and Sontag (After Confession) read new work to kick off National Poetry Month.
Monday, March 30, 7:00PM
Sousa, who won The Massachusetts Review's 2015 Anne Halley Prize, reads to celebrate the award and the publication of her second book, Split the Crow.
Tuesday, March 31, 7:00PM
University of Southern California professors Journey (Vulgar Remedies) and St. John (The Auroras and The Window) read at Bucknell University's Stadler Center for Poetry.
Wednesday, April 1, 6:30PM
Moore, Waldman and Wang read selections from books published by Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Archive Initiative, which is celebrating its fifth anniversary. This event is part of the 2015 CUNY/NYC...
Thursday, April 2, 3:00PM
Poet and Guggenheim Memorial Foundation president Hirsch reads from his latest book, the National Book Award-longlisted Gabriel: A Poem, for the Georgia State University Creative Writing Program's...
Friday, April 3, 2:00PM
This Rutgers English Department event features scholars Radiclani Clytus, Meta D. Jones, John Keene and Evie Shockley responding to the article "On Failing to Make the Past Present" by Steven Best, as well...
Saturday, April 4, 7:30PM
Parker reads to celebrate the publication of her first book, Other People's Comfort Keeps Me Up At Night, selected by Eileen Myles for Switchback Books's Gatewood Prize, at MoCADA museum, where she also...
Sunday, April 5, 5:00PM
Bradshaw reads to celebrate his new book, The New York School, alongside Art Academy of Cincinnati professor Price and Elderly magazine co-editor Townsend, at DittoDitto, a small Detroit bookshop and...
Monday, April 6, 6:00PM
Smith gives a reading and receives the Library of Congress's Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry, awarded to the best book published in the previous two years, for Shoulda Been Jimi Savannah.