Thursday, April 9, 2009

Is It Possible To Be At Two Brooklyn Libraries Simultaneously?

4th Annual African American - Asian American Poetry Reading

April 10, 7 pm

16 West 32nd Street, Suite 10A

Cave Canem and The Asian American Writers' Workshop invite you to join program curators Tracy K. Smith and Tina Chang for an evening of exceptional poetry and music with Sapphire, Jessica Hagedorn, Wayne Koestenbaum, Brenda Shaughnessy and Thomas Sayers Ellis. Co-sponsored by Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics.

http://www.cavecanempoets.org/pages/pdfs/CC%20at%20AAWW.pdf

The Asian American Writer's Workshop

New York City

$5 suggested donation


EARSHOT! A Special National Poetry Month Event!

Friday, April 10th @ 8 PM

@ Rose Live Music

Hosted by Nicole Steinberg

$5 + ONE FREE DRINK!

Featuring:

Kenneth Hart (*Uh Oh Time*)

Noah Falck (*Measuring Tape for the Midwest*)

Thalia Aurinko-Mostow (The New School)

Sarah Feeley (Brooklyn College)

Jenna Hymes (Queens College)

Rose Live Music is located at 345 Grand Street in Brooklyn, between Havemeyer and Marcy. Visit their website for directions: http://liveatrose.com/.

EARSHOT is a bi-monthly reading series, dedicated to featuring new and emerging literary talent in the NYC area. Visit

http://www.earshotnyc.comfor more information or e-mail Nicole Steinberg at earshotnyc@gmail.com.


UPCOMING: The 17th Annual Poets House Showcase
Saturday, April 4 – Saturday, April 11
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 4, 1:00 - 4:00PM

Catch an eyeful of what's happening in poetry today with this inspiring display of all the new poetry and poetry-related books published in the United States in 2008 and the first few months of 2009. From micro-press chapbooks to masterworks from major commercial publishers to DVDS and CDs, over 2,000 titles are gathered together for one week in the landmark Jefferson Market Branch Library.

@ The New York Public Library, Jefferson Market Branch, 425 Sixth Avenue (at West 10th Street). For library hours, call (212) 243-4334. Admission free. For more information, call Poets House at (212) 431-7920 or visit our web site at www.poetshouse.org


The Segue Reading Series Presents: JENA OSMAN & TAN LIN

Saturday, April 11, 2009 4PM SHARP

The Bowery Poetry Club (308 Bowery, just north of Houston)

Jena Osman’s books include *An Essay in Asterisks* (Roof) and *The Character* (Beacon). Her book *The Network* is forthcoming from Essay Press. She co-edits the ChainLinks book series with Juliana Spahr and teaches in the graduate Creative Writing program at Temple University.

Tan Lin is a writer, artist, and critic. His most recent book is *Heath: Plagiarism/Outsource* from Zasterle, and his new work *Seven Controlled Vocabularies* is forthcoming from WesleyanUniversity Press. His visual and video work has been exhibited at the Yale Art Museum (New Haven), the Sophienholm (Copenhagen), and the Marianne Boesky Gallery (NYC).

$6 admission goes to support the readers

hosted by Kristen Gallagher & Tim Peterson


“Poets Gone Wilde” at the Brooklyn Library

Saturday, April 11 @ 2:30 – 4:00 PM

Morris A. and Meyer Schapiro Wing, 4th Floor

200 Eastern Parkway

http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/calendar/index.php?show=day&month=4&day=11&year=2009

Contemporary poets Mark Bibbins and Richard Howard read from their work – as well as the work of Oscar Wilde and Rimbaud – the in exhibition Hernan Bas: Works from the Rubell Family Collection, celebrating Bas’s lyrical romanticism and his literary influences.


Bushwick Reading Series - Installment #5

At the library as always y'all.
Host:
Type:
Network:
Global
Date:
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Time:
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Location:
Bushwick Library
Street:
Bushwick Avenue @ Seigel Street
City/Town:
Brooklyn, NY




Description

Our fifth reading is around the corner, and it's a multimedia affair featuring work by Chloe Bass, Paul Tunis, Nicolle Elizabeth, and Jordan Scott. Come to the library on Saturday the 11th from 3 to 5PM, and expect a random grab bag of video, audio, and other elements you may be unused to encountering in a library... as well as (more traditionally) poetry, prose, and FULL USE of the chalkboard. HOW CAN YOU AFFORD TO MISS IT? The answer is you cannot.

Also, check out http://www.bushwickreadingseries.org for audio of past readings -- and email us at bushwickbunker@gmail.com if you're interested in reading on future dates.

3 comments:

Nicolle Elizabeth said...

oh oh it is the true

Mathias Svalina said...

i don't know much about physics, but i think yes. it is possible.

steven karl said...

Oh perfect, then I'll be attending both Nicolle's and Mark's reading, but if the physics of I fail call me afterwards if you, jules, dan, farrah, & jared are going to get drinks, etc.