Anthropocene Book Club reads Natalie Diaz’s When My Brother Was An Aztec

Anthropocene Book Club reads Natalie Diaz‘s When My Brother Was An Aztec From the organizers: City Lit’s Anthropocene Book Club is reading Natalie Diaz‘s When My Brother Was An Aztec for February.  More info here: https://www.citylitbooks.com/event/anthropocene-when-my-brother-was-aztec

WSU presents Virtual Reading with Natalie Diaz

WSU presents Virtual Reading with Natalie Diaz From the organizers: The Washington State University Common Reading Program and the Visiting Writers Series (VWS) will co-sponsor a reading by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and author Natalie Diaz at 6 p.m. PST Wednesday, Feb. 9 via YouTube Live.

Bureau of General Services – Queer Division presents 2021 Publishing Triangle Awards Finalists Readings feat. Ellen Bass, Natalie Diaz, and Mark Bibbins

Bureau of General Services – Queer Division presents 2021 Publishing Triangle Awards Finalists Readings, May 10 & May 11 at 7 PM – 9 PM EDT, feat. Ellen Bass, Natalie Diaz, and Mark Bibbins From the organizers: The Bureau is thrilled to host two nights of online readings by Publishing Triangle Awards finalists! On Monday, May […]

Seattle Arts and Lectures presents Natalie Diaz

Seattle Arts and Lectures presents a reading and conversation with poet Natalie Diaz, moderated by Laura Da’. Tickets are available for in-person attendance and online viewing, or online viewing only. Tickets here: https://lectures.org/event/natalie-diaz/

Red Hen Press presents The Poetics of Climate Change featuring Natalie Diaz and Paisley Rekdal

From the organizer: “Join Red Hen Press and The Broad Stage for the second episode of Red Hen Press Poetry Hour’s 2020 season. This esteemed panel of writers and poets will read from their work and discuss the intersections between nature, climate change, and poetry. You don’t want to miss this relevant conversation. Alanna Mitchell, […]