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September 2022

AT SKYLIGHT BOOKS: TANEUM BAMBRICK presents INTIMACIES, RECEIVED with DOROTHY CHAN

Wednesday September 28 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm PDT
Skylight Books CA + Google Map

AT SKYLIGHT BOOKS: TANEUM BAMBRICK presents INTIMACIES, RECEIVED with DOROTHY CHAN From the organizers: "In this astonishing second collection by Taneum Bambrick, violence hides in the glint of the carving knife—every intimacy a shadow, every memory a maze to navigate. Set primarily in rural Southern Spain, Intimacies, Received moves through streets and fields, households and years, following a survivor of sexual assault as she painstakingly reassembles a narrative of self. A brilliant storyteller, Bambrick builds through palimpsest—layering vivid imagery to recall…

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Left Bank Ciders presents The Northern Spy Reading Series with Dana Levin

Wednesday September 28 @ 7:30 pm EDT
Left Bank Ciders, 150 Water Street
Catskills, NY 12414 United States
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Left Bank Ciders presents The Northern Spy Reading Series, 7:30 PM ET, with Dana Levin From the organizers: "Wednesday September 28th! 7:30 at Left Bank Ciders, Dana Levin + HR Webster" For more information visit: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100070143199289    

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October 2022

Katonah Poetry Series features Dana Levin

Sunday October 2 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
Katonah Village Library

Katonah Poetry Series features Dana Levin Join the Katonah Poetry Series for an in-person poetry reading featuring Dana Levin on October 2, 2022. More info here: https://katonahpoetry.com/october-2-2022-dana-levin/

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Katonah Poetry Series presents Dana Levin

Sunday October 2 @ 4:00 pm EDT
Katonah Village Library
$15

Katonah Poetry Series presents, Sunday, October 2 at 4 PM ET, Dana Levin From the organizers: "This in-person reading at the Katonah Village Library does not require registration. Admission fee ($15) can be paid at the door." More information will appear here: https://katonahpoetry.com/

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Iowa City Book Festival presents Jennifer L. Knox @ Prairie Lights

Saturday October 8 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PDT
Prairie Lights, 15 South Dubuque St.
Iowa City, IA 52240 United States
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Free

Jennifer L. Knox presents Crushing It at Prairie Lights. Part of the Iowa City Book Festival. From the organizers: The poems in Jennifer Knox’s darkly imaginative collection, Crushing It, unearth epiphanies in an unbounded landscape of forms, voices and subjects―from history to true crime to epidemiology―while exploring our tenuous connections and disconnections. From Merle Haggard lifting his head from a pile of cocaine to absurdist romps through an apocalypse where mushrooms learn to sing, this versatile collection is brimming with dark humor and…

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Santa Monica College presents Literary Talks & Readings with Paisley Rekdal

Tuesday October 25 @ 11:15 am - 12:30 pm PDT

Santa Monica College presents Literary Talks & Readings, October 25 11:15 - 12:30 PM PT, with Paisley Rekdal From the organizers: "Welcome to SMC! Have you wanted to listen to intriguing stories? Meet and talk with fascinating, creative artists? Enjoy poetry and richness of language? It has been a regular feature of life at SMC—every semester for the last 22 years. We have the opportunity to listen to a wide variety of award-winning authors who want to share their art…

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November 2022

Living Room Craft Talks presents The Fifth Series with Chris Abani and Ellen Bass

Friday November 4 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am PDT
$300

Living Room Craft Talks presents The Fifth Series with Chris Abani and Ellen Bass From the Organizers: "The Modern Elegy. Guest Poet: Chris Abani No one wants to write an elegy.             –Kevin Young The elegy is a poem of necessity. It may have been the first poetic speech, originating when our hunter-gatherer ancestors refused to leave their dead behind. The traditional elegy ritualizes grief, gives it language, and offers at least the beginnings of consolation. The modern elegy may…

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