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Upcoming Community Events

  1. Reading
    • Saturday, August 27th, 6:00PM

    University of Illinois-Chicago professor Betts (Arc & Hue) and two-time Arab American Book Award winner Metres (Pictures at an Exhibition) read new work and singer-songwriter Arant performs for the BONK! series...

  2. Reading
    • Sunday, August 28th, 2:00PM

    POOL coeditor Seyburn (Perfecta) and Floricanto Press editor Diaz read for the Fourth Sundays Poetry series at the Claremont Library.

  3. Reading
    • Monday, August 29th, 7:00PM

    The Sacramento Poetry Center sponsors this reading by Jeff Knorr, Sean King, and the Straight Out Scribes to benefit Wellspring, a center that provides free breakfast, counseling, and enrichment classes to women and...

  4. Jacqueline Woodson's Travel and Events Calendar
    • Tuesday, August 30th
  5. Reading
    • Tuesday, August 30th, 7:00PM

    Four Way Books poets Betts (Bastards of the Reagan Era), Cruz (How the End Begins), Pindyck (Emoticoncert), and Tobin (From Nothing) read at the Bryant Park Reading Room, which partners with...

  6. Reading
    • Wednesday, August 31st, 7:00PM

    Guggenheim fellow and Iowa Writers' Workshop graduate Barot returns to Iowa City to read from his third collection of poetry, Chord, winner of the PEN Open Book Award.

  7. Reading
    • Thursday, September 1st, 7:00PM

    Seattle poet Snyder-Camp reads from her forthcoming collections Wintering (Tupelo Press) and Gunnywolf (Bear Star Press), which address a range of subject matter, from the Lewis and Clark expedition to white privilege.

  8. Reading
    • Friday, September 2nd, 7:00PM

    Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry fellows Schoonebeek (American Barricade) and Sharif (LOOK) read at the Phoenix Art Museum for this event co-presented with the University of Arizona Poetry Center in...

  9. Jacqueline Woodson's Travel and Events Calendar
    • Saturday, September 3rd
  10. Reading
    • Saturday, September 3rd, 6:30PM

    Borzutzky (The Performance of Becoming Human), Cutler-Smith (The Big Bad Wilf), and fiction writer Hallal read for the Akron-based Big Big Mess Reading Series.

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