This seminar will use visual and musical works to explore the moment when the modern poet is pulled in many different directions by complicated emotions. The group will read Ashbery, Bishop, and Jarrell, listen to the music of Elliott Carter, and look at paintings by modern and Renaissance artists.
"One of the most popular poets of the 1920s, Edna St. Vincent Millay was known for her exquisite love sonnets and her dazzling concert hall recitations. Laurel Blossom examines Millay’s technique, themes and poetic voice.
"An introduction to the art and theory of translating poetry, featuring translators intimately involved with journeys from Spanish, Italian and Portuguese into English. Hands-on translation experience will be offered. Fluency is not required.
A panel discussion moderated by Nick Carbo and featuring M Evelina Galang, Eric Gamalinda, Eugene Gloria, Jessica Hagedorn, and Eileen Tabios. What does it mean to write in a borrowed tongue? This panel discussion examines each participant’s individual development in relation to the literary/historical contexts of Filipino identity.
Please join us to celebrate the confluence of poetry, water and the magnificent New York City skyline. Time Out New York called last year’s evening an event that “could just make you fall in love with New York all over again.” Discover the poetry “under your boot-soles” and help honor our co-founder Elizabeth Kray, one of the creators of literary walks around New York City.