I plan on checking this out- then meeting my roommate to watch the debate!
|Event Title:||Poets Out Loud Reading|
|Date:||Wednesday, 8 October 2008|
|Location:||Lowenstein Center 12th-floor Lounge, Lincoln Center Campus|
|Contact Name:||Poets Out Loud|
|Contact Phone:||(212) 636-6792|
Poets Out Loud Reading
Wednesday, 8 October 2008 | 7:00 p.m.
Lowenstein Center 12th-floor Lounge, Lincoln Center Campus
Poets Out Loud, a community of poetry at Fordham University at Lincoln Center, organizes a series of readings at the University by noted and emerging poets.
Kundiman Poets with
Myung Mi Kim
For more information about this and upcoming readings, visit www.fordham.edu/pol, call (212) 636-6792 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
I'm going to Wire on Thursday, but you should do this:
Word of Mouth
October 9th at 7pm
@ Bluestockings Radical Books
172 Allen St. (Between Stanton and Rivington)
Readers will be:
Justine Manzano (fiction)
Darcie Dennigan (poetry)
Who's hot? Earshot!!
Join us for the next star-studded event at The Lucky Cat in Williamsburg, Brooklyn!
Friday, October 10 @ 8 PM
Hosted by Nicole Steinberg
Jennifer Kikoler (Brooklyn College)
Levi Rubeck (New York University)
Claire Shefchik (Sarah Lawrence College)
The Lucky Cat is located at 245 Grand Street in Brooklyn, between Driggs and Roebling. Visit their website for directions: http://www.theluckycat.com.
EARSHOT is a bi-monthly reading series, dedicated to featuring new and emerging literary talent in the NYC area. Visit http://www.earshotnyc.com for more information or e-mail Nicole Steinberg at email@example.com.
Salon, Saturday Style:
Please join me Saturday Oct 11th at 7:30pm for another writer's salon
Please be at Erika's loft no later than eight - the doorman rings each and every time someone come up...
We have three amazing readers, two all the way from New Hampsire! One right here from brooklyn... and a great musician.
Food and Drink
pumpkin libations and sweets–
no spiky heels
come and have fun
open mike, please bring something to read, this part of the evening is a little weak, love to hear your words
Jean-Paul Pecqueur's first book,
The Case Against Happiness, was published by Alice James Books in 2006. New poems have recently appeared in The Hat, Cranky, and Gulf Coast.
Jean-Paul currently lives in Brooklyn, teaching writing at the Pratt Institute.
Lea C. Deschenes resides in Worcester, MA and holds an MFA in Poetry from New England College.
Her poetry has appeared online, on stage and in print (Spillway, Snakeskin, So Luminous the Wildflowers, Ballard Street Poetry Journal, et al.)
A former member of four teams and a coach to two more, she also dusts off her BA in Theater to perform. She has received a Jacob Knight Award, been nominated for a and represented Worcester in the 2005 Individual World Poetry Slam. She is the author of thirteen chapbooks. Her first full-length collection The Constant Velocity of Trains is available through Write Bloody Publishing
Victor D. Infante is the Editor-in-Chief of The November 3rd Club, an online literary journal of political writing,
and a writer whose poems and prose have appeared in dozens of periodicals internationally, including literary journals such as The Los Angeles Review, Pearl, and AntiMuse, and anthologies such as Poetry Slam: The Competitive Art of Performance Poetry, Spoken Word Revolution Redux
and The Last American Valentine: Poems to Seduce and Destroy. He's recently released his first full-length poetry collection, City of Insomnia, on Write Bloody Publishing. He currently resides with his wife and pet ferret in a three-decker apartment in Worcester, Mass., and is a devoted fan of The Family Circus.
And finally, last but not least, Kyle Ervin will be performing on the guitar.
He is currently recording an album with his band fighter plane. You can find him on myspace: myspace.com/kyleervinmusic.
85-101 N 3rd St #508
Bedford stop on the L
917.865.4875 make note its a new number....
Hope to see you there!