Omaha, NE – 11/03/2017

Join Amy and Dave Freeman for a Q&A and signing of their book, A Year in the Wilderness.

St. Paul, MN – 11/15/2017

Join Michael Bazzett as he reads from his new collection, The Interrogation: Poems.

Sturgeon Lake, MN – 10/28/2017

Traveling on Ice: During this workshop, the Freemans will discuss basic principals for traveling safely over ice as well as warning signs that can alert you to possible thin ice, and how to test the ice. Plus, learn about traveling over thin ice during the shoulder seasons as the lakes are freezing and thawing.

New York, NY – 11/18/2017

English-speaking readers now have the opportunity to experience Jan Wagner's poetry in translation in a new volume of his poems,The Art of Topiary. On the occasion of this publication, Wagner and his translator David Keplinger join renowned American poet Yusef Komunyakaa for a reading of their poetry in German and in English, followed by a brief discussion.

New York, NY – 10/22/2017

Join Fiona Sze-Lorrain for a poetry reading at the KGB Bar.

Philadelphia, PA – 11/06/2017

Join Fiona Sze-Lorrain for a poetry reading at Parkway Central Library.

Minneapolis, MN – 11/02/2017

Join Milkweed at the Guthrie Theater to celebrate Caitlin Bailey, winner of the 2017 Lindquist & Vennum Prize for Poetry, and her debut collection of poems, Solve for Desire. The evening will feature a reception, reading, and conversation between Caitlin and contest judge Srikanth Reddy.

Omaha, NE – 11/04/2017

Amy Freeman will be this year's keynote speaker at the Girl Scouts Young Women Empower, Engage, Educate and Lead Conference.

Minneapolis, MN – 12/05/2017

Celebrate with James P. Lenfestey in the forthcoming of his collection of poems, A Marriage Book, which Robert Hedin calls "a book of transcendence, of celebration."

James P. Lenfestey

From James P. Lenfestey, a collection of poems that lends delicacy and gentle humor to durable, long-lasting love.

Writing love poems fifty years into a marriage is no easy task: “If he exaggerates his love, she’ll know . . . And if his desire for her is undiminished, / who would believe?” But in A Marriage Book, Lenfestey meets his own challenge with aplomb. These poems drop readers into the rich, textured world of one couple’s enduring intimacy, from the warmth of a bedroom occupied by two to squabbles over miscommunications and crumbs in the kitchen.


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