Monday, May 26, 2008

Wednesday's Death Match + Ange Mlinko on Thursday

Ugly Duckling Presse presents

Wednesday, May 28, at 8pm [NYC]

Release of #15! Readings by 6x6 poets:
Corina Copp, Lawrence Giffin, David Goldstein,
Will Hubbard, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Douglas Rothschild.
512 W. 19th Street, NYC (free)


Two Poets + Happy Hour

The Reading at Chrystie St
Curator: Steve Roberts
Featuring: Nathan Austin & Lauren Ireland
Home Sweet Home, 131 Chrystie Street, 7pm


You Were You Are Elegy by Mary Jo Bang
Muckraker by Cate Marvin
Sleep by Meghan O'Rourke
Conversion Comedy by Ange Mlinko

Poetry Magazine Presents: Two NYC Independent Bookstore Readings

Poetry magazine presents two readings at independent NYC bookstores, featuring recent magazine contributors. Admission is free; brief Q&A’s and book signings will follow the readings. Complimentary Poetry magazines and tote bags will be available to attendees!

Wednesday, May 28th, 7:00 p.m.
Mary Jo Bang, Cate Marvin, Philip Nikolayev, and Meghan O'Rourke.
Housing Works Bookstore Café,
126 Crosby St, New York, New York

Thursday, May 29, 7:30 p.m.
Lydia Davis, Ange Mlinko, and Lewis Warsh
St. Mark’s Bookshop Reading Series, at Solas Bar
232 East Ninth Street New York, New York

About Housing Works Bookstore Café
Housing Works Bookstore Café is an independent cultural center that offers patrons a unique opportunity to join the fight against AIDS and homelessness. Practicing arts-based philanthropy, Housing Works allows visitors to make a difference simply by buying or donating books; eating at their cafe; coming to concerts, readings, and special events; or volunteering for staff.

About St. Mark's Bookshop
St. Mark's Bookshop was established in 1977 in New York's East Village, as a community of students, academics, arts professionals and other eclectic readers. The bookshop’s specialties include Cultural Theory, Graphic Design, Poetry & Small Press Publishers, Film Studies and Foreign & Domestic Periodicals & Journals.


Upcoming events to keep an eye out for Veronica Wong@ Control Poetry Series, LIT Issue 14 Launch Party, Fou Launch Party

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