– 05/14/2019

Join us in the Target Performance hall for an evening with the editors of Queer Voices: Poetry, Prose, and Pride, forthcoming from Minnesota Historical Society Press in May 2019. Editors Andrea Jenkins, John Medeiros and Lisa Marie Brimmer will be joined by several contributors to the book. 

– 05/01/2019

Join us in the Target Performance hall for an evening of conversation with Damion Searls, translator of Uwe Johnson's Anniversaries, and Daniel Slager. Milkweed Books is happy to partner with New York Review of Books to discuss this amazing work of fiction and translation.

– 04/02/2019

A conversation about artistic collaboration with poets Ada Limón (The Carrying, 2018and Natalie Diaz.

– 03/29/2019

Sarah Ruhl (Letters from Max, 2019) will read selections from some of her essays and answer questions. 

– 04/04/2019

David Keplinger's Another City (2018) has won the 2019 UNT Rilke Prize. The $10,000 prize recognizes a book written by a mid-career poet and published in the preceding year that demonstrates exceptional artistry and vision. A Q&A and reception for Keplinger will be held on Wednesday, April 3, at UNT on the Square and a campus reading will take place on Thursday, April 4, 2019.

– 04/03/2019

David Keplinger's Another City (2018) has won the 2019 UNT Rilke Prize. The $10,000 prize recognizes a book written by a mid-career poet and published in the preceding year that demonstrates exceptional artistry and vision. A Q&A and reception for Keplinger will be held on Wednesday, April 3, at UNT on the Square and a campus reading will take place on Thursday, April 4, 2019.

– 04/21/2019

John McCarthy will present on Scared Violent Like Horses in his workshop at the North American Review Conference. 

– 07/11/2019

John James will read from The Milk Hours. Winner of the Max Ritvo Poetry Prize, The Milk Hours is an elegant debut that searches widely to ask what it means to exist in a state of loss.

– 04/23/2019

Michael Bazzett will read from his recent translation of The Popol Vuh, which was named one of the New York Times Best Poetry Books of 2018!

– 03/28/2019

Please join acclaimed poet and translator, Michael Bazzett, for a reading from his new translation of the ancient Mayan creation story, The Popol Vuh, his translation of which has garnered many awards, including New York Times Best Poetry Book of 2018 and World Literature Today Notable Translation.

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