From Elizabeth Bishop to Audre Lorde to Carl Phillips, LGBT+ poets have played a vital and undeniable role in shaping and elevating American literature. The Poetry Society...read more
Literary Events Calendar
Poets & Writers lists readings, workshops, and other literary events held in cities across the country, including New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. If you are interested in attending an event, please be sure to get in touch with the contact person listed to confirm the time and place for the event.
Tatiana Istomina, Susan Kuo, Laura Henriksen and Amanda Nedhammoderated by Miriam Atkin
The night will consist of four acts of aesthetic conjury--...
The 38th annual tribute to the life, love, and language of James Joyce with actors of stage and screen, noted writers, musicians, and avid Joyceans performing selections...read more
Named one of the "25 Greatest Latino Role Models Ever," this beloved actress, author, and South Bronx native takes to the stage to remember the books that shaped her and remind...read more
Little Glass Planet exults in the strangeness of the known and unknowable world. In poems set as far afield as Mumbai and Marfa, Texas, Gibson maps disparate...read more
Join us at Book Culture on 112th on Monday, June 17th at 7pm as we welcome Alex Espinoza to read from and discuss his new...read more
Greenlight is delighted to celebrate the launch of a bold new nonfiction work by neighbor and friend Darcey Steinke! In Flash Count Diary, Steinke seeks to change the...read more
An eleven-year-old field slave on a Barbados sugar plantation, George Washington Black, or “Wash,” is terrified to be chosen as the manservant to his master’s brother. But to...read more
In William Stoner and the Battle for the Inner Life, acclaimed author Steve Almond examines why Stoner, now considered the quintessential American novel by...read more
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