Friday, December 6, 7:00PM
University of Denver professor Foust (To Anacreon in Heaven and Other Poems) reads with Litmus Press founding editor Grinnell (Helen: A Fugue) for the fort gondo poetry series, sponsored by All Along Press...
Saturday, December 7, 7:00PM
Colorado State University professor Dungy (Smith Blue), Greenpeace media officer Nichols (The More You Ignore Me), and Denver poet Roxanne read for this series curated by Sommer Browning.
Sunday, December 8, 7:30PM
Coleman, who co-curates the Spare Room series, reads from her first book, Psalms for Dogs and Sorcerers, alongside San Francisco poet Kennedy (Terra Firmament).
Monday, December 9, 7:00PM
University of Massachusetts-Amherst professor Gizzi (Threshold Songs) talks about the poetry of Emily Dickinson, reads from his own work, and talks with moderator Alice Quinn.
Tuesday, December 10, 7:00PM
Ken Knabb, David Meltzer, and Kim Stanley discuss the work and legacy of Rexroth, the San Francisco Renaissance poet and translator who hosted the famous Six Gallery Reading in 1955 and deeply influenced...
Wednesday, December 11, 8:00PM
Contributors to the anthology Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics, edited by TC Tolbert and Tim Trace Peterson, read at the Poetry Project.
Thursday, December 12, 7:00PM
Ukranian-born poet Kaminsky reads from Dark Elderberry Branch, translations of and homages to the poetry of Marina Tsvetaeva co-written with Jean Valentine.
Friday, December 13, 6:00PM
Poets and Rukeyser scholars Ammiel Alcalay, Nicole Cooley, Jan Heller Levi, Anne Herzog, Eric Keenaghan, and Rowena Kennedy-Epstein discuss the legacy of the poet and activist, who was born 100 years ago,...
Saturday, December 14, 6:00PM
The BONK! performance series, curated by Nick Demske, presents hip-hop artist Kevin Getzen alongside poets and graduate students Patel (and nevermind the storm) and Lee (Solar Maximum).
Sunday, December 15, 5:00PM
Visual artist and writer Cortez reads alongside writer and performer Davidson (Apprenticeship) for the Small Press Traffic reading series at this experimental arts center.