Upcoming Events


Thursday to Friday March 29-30
New York, NY

A CELEBRATION OF THE CHAPBOOK


Now in its fourth year, the festival features a two-day bookfair with chapbook publishers from around the country, workshops, and the reading by the annual Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellows.

Free and open to the public.
Free registration required for all workshops.
To register, e-mail ksullivan@gc.cuny.edu.

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PSA Chapbook Fellows Reading
Friday, March 30th, 7:00 PM



2011 PSA Chapbook Winners:  E. J. Garcia, Angela Veronica Wong, Alison Roh Park, Marni Ludwig. Welcome by Alice Quinn. Introduced by Sarah Arvio, Deborah Landau, David Lehman, and Timothy Donnelly.

Graduate Center, CUNY
365 Fifth Avenue, corner of 34th Street
Please visit chapbookfestival.org for further details.

Co-sponsored by the Center for Book Arts; the Center for the Humanities at The Graduate Center, CUNY; and Queens College, CUNY, MFA Program in Creative Writing and Literary Translation; Poets House; and Poets & Writers.

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Thursday, Mar 29, 7:00pm
New York, NY

THE NEW SALON: READINGS AND CONVERSATIONS
Glyn Maxwell with Alice Quinn and Belinda McKeon

New Salon welcomes poet Glyn Maxwell to read his newest poems, followed by a discussion and Q & A moderated by Belinda McKeon. Introduced by Alice Quinn.

Glyn Maxwell is the author of several collections of poetry, including Out of the Rain (1992), which won the Somerset Maugham Award; The Nerve (2002), which won the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize, and One Thousand Nights and Counting: Selected Poems (2011). He has taught at Amherst College, Columbia University, and The New School, and was poetry editor of The New Republic from 2001 to 2007.      

 

Co-sponsored by the NYU Creative Writing Program.

Admission is free.

Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House
New York University
58 West 10th Street

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Monday, April 2, 7:00pm
New York, NY

RED, WHITE, & BLUE: POETS ON POLITICS
CAConrad, Filip Marinovich, and Patricia Smith
 

As part of the national series Red, White, & Blue: Poets on Politics, poets CAConrad, Filip Marinovich, and Patricia Smith will read and discuss their poems and the role of politics in the literary landscape today.

Co-sponsored by the New School Writing Program.

Admission is free.

Wollman Hall, Fifth Floor
The New School
65 West 11th Street

 

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