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Thursday, November 17th, 7:30 p.m.
Cammy Thomas and Michael C. White
Gibbs Gallery, 41 Foster Street, Arlington
Andrew Michael Roberts coordinator for
Amherst's Jones Library and Jubilat Reading Series announces the 4th annual jubilat/Jones fall
reading series. Readings will take place in the Trustees Room at the Jones
Library, 43 Amity Street in Amherst, Massachusetts and will be followed by a Q & A session
with both guest poets, then a reception with light refreshments, during which
visitors can meet the poets. All readings are free and open to the public.
Sunday, November 6th, 3:00 p.m.
Mary Jo Salter and Rebecca Wolff
Q & A and reception to follow reading
Sunday, December 4th, 3:00 p.m.
Suzanne Buffam and Dan Chiasson
Q & A and reception to follow reading
25 white St.
Friday, Nov. 4 7:00 p.m.
A Faithful Existence
Poet and essayist (not to mention professor of comparative lit.) Gander presents a collection of essays
that pay homage to the landscape of the American South, to snapping turtles and antiparticles, to
iconoclastic physicists, and more.
Wednesday, November 9, 2005, 7:00 p.m.
Frannie Lindsay and Ellen Steinbaum
Wednesday, Nov. 30, 7:00 p.m.
Poetic Voices Without Borders
Four of the poets (Cathleen Calbert, V. Jane Schneeloch, Victoria Bosch Murray, and H. Susan Freireich)
featured in this "edgy" collection of poetry by nearly 150 poets from six continents—and nominated for
the 2006 Benjamin Franklin Award for Poetry/Literary Criticism—will read from their works.
Saturday, November 19, 2:00 p.m.
Wilbraham Public Library, Wilbraham MA
Margaret Szumowski, Edwina Trentham, and Sophie Wadsworth
Thursday, NOVEMBER 3rd, 2005 - 6:30 p.m. -FREE
A Tapestry of Voices
Hosted by Harris Gardner
With an OPEN MIC’ to follow
FEATURED POETS :
SARAH GETTY’S second book of poems, Bring Me Her Heart, will be published next March by Higganum HillBooks.
Her first book, The Land of Milk and Honey, ( James Dickey Contemporary American Poetry Series) won a Cambridge
Poetry Award in 2002. Her poem, “That Woman”, is in Birds in the Hand, an anthology published in 2004 by Farrar,
Straus, Giroux. In 2004, she also won The New England Poetry Club’s Barbara Bradley Prize. Her publication
credits include The Paris Review,The Eleventh Muse, The Fourth River, Diner, and others. For more
PRESTON HOOD III’s poems have appeared in Animus, Ciphers (Ireland), Icarus (Ireland), Main Street Rag,
Nimrod: International Journal, PoetryMotel, Rattle,The Café Review, The Journal of American Culture,
The Michigan Quarterly Review, Salamander, Vietnam War Generation Journal, PEACE IS OUR PROFESSION Anthology,
Summer Home Review, Anthology, and many others. He has poems forthcoming in The Endicott Review and 4AM.
His CD,Snake Medicine, was recorded and produced in 2002. He recently completed his manuscript :THE CHILL I
IRENE KORONAS has fve chapbooks. Publication credits include on- line poetry venues and zines as well as
Free Verse Journal, Boston Poet, Lynx, Lummox Journal, and others. She won the 2003 Cambridge Poetry Award
for experimental poetry. Her current chapbook: Confessions in 64 Parts, takes abrupt and often meaningless
connections, to tell her love affair with word juxtapositions.
LAMONT B. STEPTOE is the author of ten collections of poetry and the recepient of a Pennsylvania Council on
the Arts Fellowship. He is this year’s winner of an American Book Award. His recent work can be found in the
just published Oxford Anthology of African American Literature edited by Arnold Rampersad, and Longman’s
Anthology of African Literature,edited by Keith Gilyard . He has numerous publication credits. Steptoe
is a publisher, photographer, poet, father, and Vietnam Veteran.
Borders Boston -Downtown Crossing
Corner of Washington and School Streets
Director of Tapestry of Voices
Thursday, November 3, 2005, 7:00 p.m
Academy of American Poets Awards Ceremony
Lang auditorium, New School University
55 W. 13th St. NYC
Readings by award and prize winners: Gerald Stern, Claudia Rankine,
Mary Rose O'Reilley, Barbara Jane Reyes, Daryl Hine, Ann Snodgrass
and the winner of the Lenore Marshall Prize to be announced.
Sunday, November 6, 7:00 p.m.
Poet Michael Graves will host a "group reading"
of Phoenix Series poets & fiction writers
Place is: "Musis Suite Music"
516 West 25th Street
All are welcome
November 11, Friday, doors 10:00 p.m., show 10:30 p.m.
Thaddeus Rutkowski's book launch party for Tetched
St. Mark's Poetry Project, 131 East 10th Street (at Second Avenue), Manhattan.
With guests Hal Sirowitz, Janice Eidus, Cheryl B., Tsaurah Litzky, Amy Ouzoonian.
Hosted by Regie Cabico. $8. Refreshments.
Thursday, November 17, 2005, 7:00 p.m.
The Academy of American poets presents the fourth annual reading by
members of its distinguished Board of Chancellors.
Robert Hass, Galway Kinnell, Philip Levine, Heather McHugh, others
Poets: C. K. Williams,
Ellen Bryant Voigt,
Proshansky Auditorium, CUNY, 365 Fifth Avenue, at 34th Street, New York, NY
$10, $7 for Academy members
For tickets call 212-817-8215 (reference event #6380).
Cosponsored by The Center for the Humanities, The Graduate Center, CUNY.
Sponsored by Academy of American Poets
November 20th and December 11th, at 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Salon will be having readings
at Stain Bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Hosted by Nita Noveno / Caroline Berger
Our readers in Nov. are:
Rene Vasicek, Tom Beer, James Van Oosting, and Marcy Demansky.
Our readers in Dec. are:
Jackson Taylor, Anne Elliot, Ellis Avery, and Thomas Hopkins.
Their bios and information on the readings can be found at:
766 grand street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Take the L subway line to Grand Street in Brooklyn & walk 1 block west.
Stain Bar is located at 766 Grand Street.
RICHARD KOSTELANEZ shows again
VIDEO POEMS & VIDEO STORIES,
whose content is exclusively kinetic words (edited at the Institute of Electronic Arts at Alfred, NY),
on the large projection screen at the Bowery Poetry Club, 308 Bowery, just north of Houston St, west side
of the street, on Sunday 27 November, at 8:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. True to their unprecedented titles, these
camera-less syntheses are unlike anything you've seen/read before, as the latest development in my writing
for media—audio, video, film, holography, computer, etc.
As the 99 parts on each of these DVDs can only be randomly accessed (itself a state-of-the-art innovation),
each has no fixed length. The Poems & Stories simply come one after another. I'll feature the POEMS for the
first hour and the STORIES for the second hour. As these VIDEO POEMS and VIDEO STORIES have no sound, expect
to celebrate SundayAfterThanksgiving with me, each other, and your cellphone favorites. The tapes are free,
as am I, but for food and drink the Bowery Poetry Club will extract its customary charges.
PO Box 444, Prince St.
New York, NY 10012-0008
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Dec. 3, Saturday, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Reading from Thaddeus Rutkowski's chapbook Baby Steps for Sisyphus Press event
Bowery Poetry Club, 308 The Bowery.
With Tom Savag, Jeffrey Wright, James Hoff, and others
Hosted by Steve Dalachinsy and Yuko Otomo. Free.
Dec. 5, Monday, 8:00 p.m.
Smut series, hosted by Desiree Lee Burch
Galapagos Arts Space, Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Sunday Jan. 1, 2006, 2:00-p.m.-12 midnight
Alternative New Year's Day Extravaganza
Bowery Poetry Club, 308 The Bowery.
Hosted by Bruce Weber, others. Free.
November 6, Sunday, 1:00 p.m.
Book event for Thaddeus Rutkowski's Tetched,
Webster's Bookstore and Cafe
128 South Allen Street, near College Avenue. State College, Pa.
With guests Mish Irish, Jim McElwee, Ann Stewart. Betsy MacBride,
Paul Kellerman, Carol McClure, William Sefchick. Free.
Info: (814) 234-1507
MANAYUNK ART CENTER POETRY AND HUMANITIES SERIES 2005-2006
SIX ORGANIZER POETS: Autumn Konopka, Kelley White,
Bea Whelden, Jim Whelden, Eileen D'Angelo and Steve
Delia. Also, Remembering Jim Marinell & an Open Reading.
SEPTEMBER 11, 2005
"THE JEW, THE HEART & WORDS" featuring Amy
Smith-McKinney, Hanoch Guy, Shulamith Caine,
Liz Abrams-Morley, Lisa Baron And an Open Reading
A CELEBRATION OF WALT WHITMAN: 150TH
ANNIVERSARY OF LEAVES OF GRASS
featuring John Timpane, Cynthia McGroaty, David Kozinski
& an Open Reading hosted by Peter Krok
SCHUYLKILL VALLEY JOURNAL CONTRIBUTORS
READING: Contributors In The Fall 2005 Issue
COMMON WEALTH POETS READ
Featuring a baker's dozen poets from the area who are
included in COMMON WEALTH, an anthology of poems
about Pennsylvania published by Penn State Press in the fall
CELEBRATING POE AND HIS BIRTHDAY
Featuring Elio Frattaroli, M.D. and Grover Silcox (as Poe)
JANUARY 29, 2006
VALENTINE'S DAY LOVE POETRY READING
Featuring George Economou and Lili Bita and an Open
Valentine's Day Reading
FOUR MONTGOMERY COUNTY POET LAUREATES
Featuring Marilyn Hazleton, Janet Roberts & others
SCHUYLKILL VALLEY JOURNAL PUBLICATION
Reading By SVJ Contributors To 2005 Spring Issue
CONFRONTATION LITERARY JOURNAL AND ITS POETS: FEATURING THE EDITOR, MARTIN TUCKER
All Manayunk Art Center (MAC) literary events are on Sundays from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Requested donation fee is $4.00.
Refreshments are provided. The MAC is in Philadelphia at 419 Green Lane (rear). Zip code is 19128. Peter Krok is
Humanities/Poetry Director of the MAC. His email address is email@example.com. MAC Web site address is
www.manayunkartcenter.org. The MAC phone number is ( 215) 482-3363. The goal, as E. M. Forster wrote, is
"Only Connect." Please contact the MAC if you have any program suggestions.
Dec. 9, Friday, 8:00 p.m.
The North Water Street Gallery, 259 N. Water St., Kent, Ohio.
Hosted by Maj Ragain.
Dec. 10, Saturday, 7:00 p.m.
Mac's Backs Books on Coventry, 1820 Coventry Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
Free. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
November 17, 2005 6:30 p.m. Reception 7:00 p.m.
Reading and book signing/Book Launch Party
for Luisa Igloria's new poetry book TRILL & MORDENT (WordTech Editions, 2005;
Runnerup, 2004 Editions Poetry Prize; see also www.luisaigloria.com )
Broad Street Books in Ghent
517 W. 21st Street
Norfolk, VA 23517517 W.
Contact: SUSIE WEAVER (proprietor)
November 19, 2005, 12 noon
Luisa Igloria and her new book TRILL & MORDENT
will be featured at the LUNCH WITH AUTHORS/AUTHOR TALK
event for the Chesapeake Bay Academy Festival of the Book
Contact Suzette Rashkind, Special Events Coordinator
Chesapeake Bay Academy
821 Baker Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Ph: 757-497-6200, Fax: 757-497-6304
November 17, 2005, 19.00 O'clock (7:00 p.m.)
A Poetry Evening with Flavia Cosma
Organized by ARTA-The Romanian Association
At 33 Bridgeport Road, Waterloo, Ontario
(Focus for Ethnic Women)
For more information contact:
Tuesday, November 22, 8:00 p.m.
An Evening of "Poetry in Translation"
Romanian poet Flavia Cosma will read from her work.
Also reading Dae-Tong Huh from S. Korea and Ljerka Lukic from Bosnia.
The Victory Cafe www.artbar.org/november.htm
581 Markham St.
Flavia Cosma's Website www.flaviacosma.com/