Tag: poetry reading

My Other Voice

Not *my* voice per se — Nic Sebastian brilliantly reads “A Hole in My Name,” complete with accent from elsewhere (can anyone detect the origin??). Nic’s voice transforms the poem into a legitimate experience! Hear the poem by clicking *here*!  Thanks, Nic! ~~~~~~~ Here is Nic’s “About” — Dear Poet X – I am writing…

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AMY KING & CARA BENSON Friday, January 29th @ 6 pm Bard Hall* at Bard College Annandale-on-Hudson NY *Bard Hall is located near the corner of North Ravine Road and Annandale Road. It is a small, grey, church-like structure–set back from Annandale Road–and should not be confused with the stone chapel located to its left.…

Frank Ghery's Fisher Center at Bard College


Two this Saturday, October 3rd

The New York Public Library: Grand Central Branch — 135 East 46th Street NY, NY October 3rd @ 2 PM– Shanna Compton, Nada Gordon and Amy King Shanna Compton is the author of For Girls (& Others) (Bloof Books, 2008), Down Spooky (Winnow, 2005), GAMERS (Soft Skull, 2004), and several chapbooks. Her poems and essays have…

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Poetry Events / Calendars

Poetry Events and Calendars in your Town or City [Please post addt’l venues in comments to be added!] ~~~ AL Alabama — http://www.writersforum.org/ ~~~ CA California / West Coast — http://www.poetryflash.org/ Bay Area, California — Spoken Word Listings Glendale, California — http://www.poeticresearch.com/ Los Angeles, California – http://mommymommyreadingseries.blogspot.com/ Venice, California — http://www.beyondbaroque.org/ Northern California — http://www.coloredhorse.com…

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Fri, April 3rd and Sun, April 5th!

Fri. April 3rd, Coffeehouse: Got the blues? Friday, April 3, 2009 at 8pm come to PeaceSmiths’ Topical, A-Typical Folk Music, Poetry and Whatever Coffeehouse. Got the blues? Come organize. It makes you feel better. We have a table full of info on local music, politics, petitions and community concerns. Come bring some literature and promote…

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Take An Assortment

“I just take an assortment of words, though not exactly at random, and I fuse them. It’s like embroidery. […] They are very intricate, my poems, a weaving of patterns of ins and outs and contradictions, one thing playing off another. I guess there’s a narrator somewhere, holding it all together, but I don’t feel…

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You Are Here

Tomorrow — Friday night — I’ll be at this venue with some very cool people. And then on Saturday evening, I’ll be at this venue with some other very cool & mostly-Swedish-with-a-little-bit-of-Russian thrown in people. Will you be there?  I mean, here?

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Amy King: Two New Readings

Somebody just told me that I made the front page of PennSound today! So here I am, in all of my verbal-stumbling glory, complete with a rare pic they found (at least, an older one) – thanks, PennSound! Please enjoy responsibly: Amy King @ PennSound Today, we’re happy to announce the addition of two new…

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Tomorrow? Friday Night!!!

I’ll be here: Friday, September 26, 2008 @ 7:00 p.m. September 26th @ 7 p.m. – Stain Bar – Williamsburg, Brooklyn ** Alan Bajandas, Arpine Konyalian Grenier, Kristi Maxwell, Ariana Reines, Larissa Shmailo, & Erin Virgil ** ~~~~~ Now take in a little Sam Shephard reading Cesar Vallejo ~~~~~ Much On The Cliffs: The Philosophies of…

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