– 11/02/2018

Phillips Exeter Academy will host William Brewer for a reading from his poetry. 

– 11/17/2018

Jos Charles will appear alongside the four other winners of the 2017 National Poetry Series: Lindsay Bernal, Dominique Christina, J. Michael Martinez, and GennaRose Nethercott. 

– 11/03/2018

The 2018 Winter Wheat Festival of Writing will feature poet Ada Limón for a reading from some of her works. 

– 11/15/2018

Join Milkweed Editions in observing the annual Minnesota giving holiday—Give to the Max Day! Every year on this day, thousands of Minnesotans together invest millions of dollars in the important work of our state’s nonprofit community. 

– 01/12/2019

Karen Babine will read from and sign copies of her collection of essays, All the Wild Hungers, which explores the intimate connections between food, family, and illness.

– 10/27/2018

Poets Sarah Kay (All Our Wild Wonder), Laurie Filipelli (Girl, Paper, Stone) and Analicia Sotelo (Virgin) read new work that approaches the world with eyes wide with wonder, ready to transform and to be transformed. Moderated by Octavio Quintanilla.  

– 10/27/2018

Presented by Sorin Oak Review and emceed by Sasha West, this event will feature Laurie Filipelli, Niki Herd, Tommy Pico, and Analicia Sotelo. This panel of poet oracles will read visionary, instructive, and surprising answers to audience questions. 

– 10/25/2018

Distinguished poet Michael Bazzett reads from his verse translation of one of the only indigenous epics of the Americas, The Popol Vuh.

– 11/10/2018

Mindy Nettifee, author of Open Your Mouth Like a Bell, will moderate a conversation between Ada Limón, author of The Carrying, Alicia Jo Rabins, author of Fruit Geode, and Ashley Toliver, author of Spectra.

 

– 11/10/2018

Omar El Akkad, journalist and author of American War, will interview Elizabeth Rush at the Portland Book Festival.

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