– 03/04/2017

Chris Dombrowski will be reading and signing Body of Water as a part of Alpine Artisans' Open Book Club.

– 03/11/2017

A celebration of artist and scholar Gabrielle Civil’s new performance memoir, Swallow the Fish (Civil Coping Mechanisms).

Civil will perform her piece "economy," featured in Swallow the Fish, in which she creates original work on a typewriter for shoppers in real time. Books will be available for purchase and signing, and for each person who buys a copy at Milkweed Books, Civil will write and sign a personalized typed poem or love letter. Materials provided for visitors to pen their own poems, too....

– 04/03/2017

As a part of the Inprint Margarett Root Brown Reading Series, Ada Limón will read poetry alongside Gregory Pardlo. The reading is followed by an on-stage interview and a book sale and signing.

 

– 03/29/2017

Wayne Miller will read poetry from his latest collection, Post-, as a part of the Speakeasy Reading Series at Virginia Tech.

– 03/30/2017

Faith Sullivan will read from her latest book, Good Night, Mr. Wodehouse, and hold a Q&A at Willmar Public Library. Good Night, Mr. Wodehouse is the novel selected for Willmar’s first ever Community Read, which offers the community an opportunity to read, think, talk, listen and grow together. Because of limited seating it will be necessary to have a ticket for the event. Tickets are free and may be picked up at the Willmar Library.

– 03/28/2017

Faith Sullivan will read from her latest book, Good Night, Mr. Wodehouse, and hold a Q&A at Clear Lake Public Library.

– 03/28/2017

As a part of the Randolph College Visiting Writers Series, Wayne Miller will read poetry from his collection Post- alongside poet Erika Meitner, author of Copia.

– 03/23/2017

Ada Limón will read poetry from her collection Bright Dead Things alongside poets Mark Levine (Travels of Marco) and Eléna Rivera (Scaffolding).

– 03/15/2017

Poets Wayne Miller (Post-) and Michael Wilson (A Child of Storm) will read from their latest collections.

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