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Elizabeth Hazen will read from her new collection Girls Like Us (ASP, March 2020) with Marion Winik at one of Baltimore’s most unique show spaces, Normal’s Books and Records. At the event there will also be musical performances by James BonTempo and Truth Tables.
This event is suspended and will be rescheduled for a future date.Find out more »
Reuben Jackson is to read at the Enoch Pratt Free Library Central Branch in Baltimore, MD. He will be joined by poet, Brian Gilmore.
This event is canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreakFind out more »
The panel will feature poets Marwa Helal, Dora Malech, Nia June, Cynthia Manick, Burgi Zenhaeusern (CityLit Press’ 2019 Harriss Poetry Prize winner), and Madhuri Pavamani as a special tribute to the Year of the Woman.Find out more »
This teleseminar is free and open to all
Description from the site:
From literary to commercial; from personal to political to historical to celebrity; from journalistic to fictionalized; from essays to articles to poetry to books—your memoir can take many shapes.
Finding the form most suitable to your particular story, style, and voice is essential in assuring that you and your readers will be happy with the results. Clarifying why you are writing, how to keep writing and what final form(s) you’d find satisfying are key to your success in completing and sharing your memoir.
In reviewing your many options, you’ll discover some of the questions you need to be asking yourself about your memoir project—questions that will help you solve for the answers you need to abolish obstacles and take yourself—and your readers—on a unique and exciting journey.
In the session we’ll talk about:
- Determining the shape of your memoir
- Advantages and disadvantages of various forms
- Abolishing obstacles
- Finding the joy in your project
- Knowing when and how to let go
With Reuben Jackson and Nancy Naomi Carlson cast as the masters of ceremonies, and with readings by Elizabeth Hazen, Doritt Carroll, Robert L. Giron, and more, the Kensington Day of the Book Festival 2020 is not to be missed.
This event is canceled or suspended.
From their website:
“The title of the late poet/critic Kenneth Koch’s essay on the work of Frank O’Hara — “All the Imagination Can Hold” — is also a perfect description of the poetry to be featured at this year’s annual Kensington Day of the Book Festival. Free verse, metered ruminations, youthful and seasoned voices… bring your imagination…your family…your friends… They will thank you!”Find out more »
Poet, author, small press operator, Rose Solari will be participating in a publishing panel at the 2020 Washington Writer’s Conference. The panel’s title is “Hybrid, Small, Big, What Publisher is Right For You?” Solari will be joined by representatives from Mascot Books (hybrid publisher), Apprentice House (student-run publisher out of Loyola University) and Strange Violins (micro publisher).
Cancellation Announcement: HERE
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“D.C.’s Noir at the Bar reading series is going virtual, in support of the area’s independent bookstores!
Readers will have a chance to connect with DMV crime fiction writers and support the local bookstores they love. Each Friday night, eight to ten writers will read from their work, via the web site Crowdcast, and viewers will be encouraged to buy books from beloved DMV institutions like One More Page, Politics and Prose, Kramerbooks, Loyalty Books, and more.
And, as a special treat, we’ll have noir-themed songs from local jazz sensation Sara Jones, and local mixologist Chantal Tseng will craft custom cocktails for viewers to make at home, based on one of the books.” – E.A. Aymar (Host)
FREE VIA CROWDCAST – Sign up HEREFind out more »
Come enjoy Gaithersburg’s annual book festival with ASP’s Reuben Jackson, Elizabeth Hazen, and Rose Solari who will read from their respective works.
From GBF’s website
“Since its inception in 2010, the Festival has quickly become one of the nation’s top literary events, attracting hundreds of award-winning and best-selling authors, poets and songwriters from across the country to its beautiful park setting.
The event was conceived and introduced by Gaithersburg Mayor (then council member) Jud Ashman, with the support of the Mayor and City Council and the Cultural Arts Advisory Committee. The Festival is produced by a core committee comprised of city staff and a dedicated group of volunteers who donate their time and talent.
Funded in part by generous sponsors and supported by the City of Gaithersburg, the Festival offers programming for all ages, is free to attend and is open to everyone.”Find out more »
Elizabeth Hazen will read from her new collection, Girls Like Us, at Ragged Edge Coffee House in Gettysburg, PA.Find out more »
Elizabeth Hazen will be reading from her new book Girls Like Us at the [virtual] Ragged Edge Coffee Shop.
Please join us for the First Friday poetry reading on June 5, 2020 at 7 PM.
As we did in May, we will be holding the poetry reading on Zoom. See below at the end of this email for the Zoom linking information.
Zoom link information
Meeting ID: 974-688-30619
Join URL: https://zoom.us/j/97468830619?pwd=bDZRaHV0TkV2QmZweXdHOTB0RXlydz09
Meeting password: poetry
We will have an open mic for the first part of the reading and then our featured reader, Elizabeth Hazen. To be included in the open mic simply tell us in the chat that you wish to read. We will start with one poem each and see how the time goes.Find out more »
The HOT L Poets Series is a reading series presented by Smartish Pace magazine and Baltimore Poets Theater. Readings are held on the second Sunday of the month at Bird in Hand, Baltimore, and feature two or three poets along with an open mic.Find out more »
Reuben Jackson and Meg Eden will be reading as part of the Evil Grin Poetry Series. An open mic will follow. All over Zoom.
Zoom meeting info:
87139565549?pwd= dHVFbXNUNDZCSjUya0gyb3FqU0taQT 09
Meeting ID: 871 3956 5549
Poet Reuben Jackson will launch the new Bookstock virtual poetry series with a 45min presentation and reading of his seminal work Scattered Clouds.
Mark your calendar for Thursday, September 17th @ 7pm ET
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Reuben will read alongside Don Krieger and a number of poets in this virtual reading sponsored by Word Works and Cafe Muse. The event is totally free.
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