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Upcoming Community Events

  1. Reading
    • Friday, July 29th, 7:00PM

    Kansas City poets Gershun, Hughes, Powers, and Shah read for this BYOB potluck event that also features neon art and music from River Cow Orchestra and Rick Malsick.

  2. Reading
    • Saturday, July 30th, 12:00PM

    Conrad Lochner hosts a marathon reading of Stanford’s book-length poem The Battlefield Where The Moon Says I Love You on the eve of the poet's birthday.

  3. Reading
    • Sunday, July 31st, 4:00PM

    Brown (The New Testament), Rankine (Incorrect Merciful Impulses), and Yeager (Like That) are the headlining readers for the sixth annual New York City Poetry Festival on Governors Island.  

  4. Reading
    • Monday, August 1st, 7:00PM

    Watercolorist, collage artist, and poet Moomey (Figure in a Landscape) is the featured reader for the Poetry Express series hosted by Jan Dedrick.

  5. Reading
    • Tuesday, August 2nd, 7:00PM

    Aragón, Cárdenas, Martinez, and others read in the Bryant Park Reading Room for "Pintura Palabra," an event sponsored by the University of Notre Dame's Letras Latinas literary initiative. 

  6. Reading
    • Wednesday, August 3rd, 7:00PM

    Taylor (Work & Days), poetry reviewer for NPR's All Things Considered, reads with Harvard University professor Burt (Parallel Play) and Massachusetts poet Massey (Illocality).

  7. Panel Discussion
    • Thursday, August 4th, 6:30PM

    Roberto Masnata, the son of Italian Futurist poet Pino Masnata, presents the U.S. debut of his father's visual poetry. Poet Andrew Joron, translator Margaret Fisher, and composer Charles Amirkhanian also participate in a...

  8. Reading
    • Friday, August 5th, 7:00PM

    Poet, fiction writer, and filmmaker Alexie (What I've Stolen, What I've Earned) reads from and discusses his first children's book, Thunder Boy Jr., at this event presented by Village Books.

  9. Reading
    • Saturday, August 6th, 3:00PM

    Cantalupo (Involving Residence) and Chuc (How One Loses Notes and Sounds) read for "perspectives: viet nam," part of the Expressions L.A. series curated by Dori Marler and James Maverick.

  10. Reading
    • Sunday, August 7th, 6:00PM

    Salmagundi editor Boyers (To Forget Venice) reads with U.S. Poet Laureate Herrera (Notes on the Assemblage) for the Sunken Garden Poetry Festival, which also features music from The Latin Heartbeat Orchestra.

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