Prizewinning novelist Jen Michalski, whose book The Tide King is garnering rave reviews, will read tomorrow at 11:30am at the Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans as part of the Saints and Sinners Lit Fest. Insanely good fiction, food, and music sounds like a divine combination! Click here for the schedule, and here to buy a copy of this wonderful book.
Baltimore: Jen Michalski, author of the widely acclaimed novella Could You Be With Her Now, is reading in your city tomorrow! Click here for details. (And keep an eye out for Jen’s forthcoming Big Moose Prize-winning novel, The Tide King; pre-order your copy here.)
Don’t miss your chance to hear Nan Watkins, author of Dreamweed, the fantastic new translation of Yvan Goll, as she reads in person and on the radio in the coming weeks:
Sunday, November 18th, 5-6 pm:
radio interview with Jeff Davis on “WordPlay,” Asheville FM.
Sunday, December 2nd, 3 pm:
reading at Malaprop’s bookstore
55 Haywood St. Asheville, NC
Don’t miss Hayden, author of the fabulous poetry collection Tips for Domestic Travel, as she reads across Pennsylvania–plus a stop in NYC!–this fall:
Nov. 1 6:00 pm
Opening reception for “Making Magic: Beauty in Word and Image”
Michener Museum, Doylestown, PA
Photographs and poems by various artists and poets
Nov. 11 2:00- 4:00 pm
“Seeing and Hearing: A Conversation about Beauty,”
Discussion surrounding the exhibition at Michener Museum.
Nov. 16 7:15 pm
Featured Reader, Big Blue Marble Bookstore
551 Carpenter Lane, Philadelphia PA
Dec. 1 7:00 pm
New York City, NY
Smartish Pace #19 Reading
KGB Bar, 85 East 4th NYC 10003.
Dec. 2 2:00 pm
Readings from “Beauty in Word and Image”
Amelia Martens, whose poetry chapbook Purgatory won the Black River Chapbook Competition, will read this Thursday at West Kentucky Community and Technical College in Peducah, KY, at 2:00pm. Here are the details:
October 25, 2:00-3:00pm – MLRC Library Reading Room
Amelia Martens will be reading from her chapbook Purgatory in the Matheson Library on October 25th at 2:00. Purgatory has been described as “one stop past The Twilight Zone, a constricting landscape where the threads of daily life tighten around you.” Books will be for sale and the author will sign them afterwards. Refreshments will be provided.
We’re so excited that Bruce Cohen’s new poetry collection, Placebo Junkies Conspiring with the Half-Asleep, is almost here–and if you’re near Connecticut on October 11 at 6pm, you can celebrate by hearing Bruce read! Details here. (And pick up a copy of both of his wonderful collections here.)
Join Black Lawrence Press in celebrating the Brooklyn Book Festival! We’re hosting a stellar reading on Saturday at BookCourt, and will be showing off our beautiful books at table #54 all day Sunday (with special guests). We can’t wait to see you there!
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