Cave Canem Fellows Off-Site Reading
Come to Capitol Hill's Chop Suey for a night of readings, dancing, and (free!) drinking. Readings from Matthew Zapruder, Dorothea Lasky, Peter Mountford, and Bianca Stone. DJ sets from Mas y Menos and New Dadz. Drinks (while they last) kindly provided by our pals at Tumblr. Chop Suey, 1325 E. Madison St. Seattle, WA 98122. Offsite reading that sounds fun, and hey! they have free drinks.
|Bobbie Ann Mason|
S223. It's About Time: A Tribute to Philip Levine .(Consuelo Marshall, David St. John, David Wojahn, Kathy Fagan, B. H. Boston ) Philip Levine is one of America’s most revered and influential poets. Often referred to as a voice for the voiceless, Levine’s work is also known for its emotional intensity tempered with the control and concentration of a master. Five poet/teachers discuss Levine’s impact on the literary world and beyond and will read their favorite Levine poems. Room 302, Western New England MFA Annex, Level 3. Great topic and group.
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