Wednesday, March 12, 7:00PM
Corral, who was the first Latino to win the Yale Younger Poets Prize for Slow Lightning, gives a reading as the University of Connecticut Aetna writer-in-residence.
Thursday, March 13, 6:00PM
Contributors read from the eleventh issue of poetry journal Court Green, which features a dossier on New York School poet James Schuyler. Attendees are asked to bring gently used poetry volumes for a book...
Friday, March 14, 7:30PM
Poet and translator Dorgan (Time on the Ocean) reads with Meehan (Mysteries of the Home), Ireland's Professor of Poetry, for the 36th year of this celebration of Irish culture, which also features...
Saturday, March 15, 7:00PM
Hassan (Be Bop or Be Dead), a member of The Last Poets, poets and musicians who arose out of the 1960s black nationalist movement and went on to influence rap and hip-hop, gives a rare performance.
Sunday, March 16, 3:00PM
Fatunde, Foley (OF: Vol. 1) and Gizzi (In Defense of Nothing) read for the In Your Ear series, curated by Buck Downs and Maureen Thorson.
Monday, March 17, 7:30PM
Julia Bloch hosts a conversation about the legacy of the Beat poets with five Philadelphia poets, including McCreary, Sherlock and Taransky. The event will be viewable via a live interactive webcast.
Tuesday, March 18, 6:00PM
Broder (This Life Now), Clarke (Living as a Lesbian) and Enszer (Sisterhood) read for the winter incarnation of the Word for Word Poetry Series, which will be held at this bookstore across from Bryant Park...
Thursday, March 20, 6:30PM
Gladman (Ana Patova Crosses a Bridge) gives the annual Leslie Scalapino Lecture in Innovative Poetics, "The Sentence as a Space for Living: Prose Architecture," as part of the Holloway Poetry...
Friday, March 21, 7:00PM
Edwards (Imperial Nostalgias), Fama (Fantasy), Killebrew (Flowers) and Nelson read for UDP:P, a Detroit reading series outpost of Ugly Duckling Presse that takes place at letterpress shop Salt &...
Saturday, March 22, 4:30PM
Poets and essayists Halpern (Common Place) and Lauterbach (Or To Begin Again) read for the Segue Series, curated by Charity Coleman and Corina Copp.