Pueblo, CO – 07/18/2018

David Keplinger will host a reading of his book Another City, along with fellow poet Juan Morales at The Clink Lounge.

Cleveland, OH – 06/16/2018

Award-winning poet Kathy Fagan will read from Sycamore and her previous works in the Literature Department. After a brief Q&A, there will be an open mic for others, snacks, refreshments and prizes.

Pheonix, AZ – 10/26/2018

The Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing and Changing Hands proudly presents a poetry reading with Dan Beachy-Quick. Dan will read selections from his latest collection, Of Silence and Song, along with new and other work.

Mackinac Island, MI – 07/27/2018

James P. Lenfestey will read from A Marriage Book: 50 Years of Poems from a Marriage at the Mackinac Island Public Library as part of their summer author series. 

Iowa City, IA – 06/15/2018

Poet James P. Lenfestey will read from his new book of poetry, A Marriage Book: 50 Years of Poems from a Marriage.

San Francisco, CA – 06/07/2018

Kai Carlson-Wee joins William Brewer at Green Apple Books on the Park to read from their latest poetry collections, Rail and I Know Your Kind.

Los Angeles, CA – 09/28/2018

Grady Chambers (North American Stadiums) and Elizabeth Metzger (The Spirit Papers) will come together at Skylight Books in Los Angeles to discuss their new books of poetry.

Provincetown, MA – 06/22/2018

A week dedicated to social activism, featuring a remarkable faculty of writers and artists whose work focuses on the environment, climate change, gun violence, racial violence, police brutality, violence against women, homophobia, and immigration, all through the lens of creative action.

Brian Laidlaw

A companion volume to The Stuntman, this collection fuses the stories of two fabled couples: the mythical Narcissus and Echo, and Bob Dylan and Echo Star Helstrom. But where The Stuntman focused on Narcissus, these poems take their primary inspiration from Echo, drawing on ecocritical readings of American history.

Michael Bazzett

The K’iche’ creation myth of The Popol Vuh is thousands of years old, one of the only epics indigenous to the Americas. By turns poetic and lucid, sinuous and accessible, this verse translation—the first of its kind—breathes new life into an essential tale.


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