Literary Partners Program: Book Release for Amarillo Grande by Adriana R. Harris

Please join poet Adriana R. Harris in celebrating the release of her new book, Amarillo Grande (Wild Yellow).

Books available for sale at the reading. Reception to follow.

This event is made possible through the Poets House Literary Partners Program

Literary Partners Program: Mr. Hip Presents Poetry Series

Mr. Hip Presents, Boston’s most engaging poetry reading series and finalist for #BestInBoston, makes its way back to New York City for an evening of poetry spoken-word, and live music after packing the Poets House for their first ever #MrHipNYC event. Come join Donald Vincent aka Mr. Hip and enjoy a wonderful evening of poetry and music from some of the coolest poets currently dwindling in New York City and beyond. Come see how we make poetry hip.

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Literary Partners Program: Book Lauch for A Good Wall

Toadlily Press invites you to join us for the launch party for Toadlily’s Newest Book:
A Good Wall by Katie Hartsock, George Bishop, Linda Tomol Pennisi & Jennifer Kearns

Featuring readings by:
Katie Hartsock of Chicago, IL
Linda Tomol Pennisi of Syracuse, NY
& Selected Toadlily Founders

This event is made possible through the Poets House Literary Partners Program

2014: A Sexy New Animal: The DNA of the Prose Poem with Natasha Sajé (Part 2)

In an interactive presentation, poet and essayist Natasha Sajé, author of Windows and Doors: A Poet Reads Literary Theory, engages the audience in a discussion of the prose poem.
(Part 2, approx. 30 mins.)

Part of Other Impulses: Poets Writing Across Genres

2014: A Sexy New Animal: The DNA of the Prose Poem with Natasha Sajé (Part 1)

In an interactive presentation, poet and essayist Natasha Sajé, author of Windows and Doors: A Poet Reads Literary Theory, discusses the makeup of the prose poem, a hybrid form that derives energy from the collision of opposites: realism and fantasy; poem and novel.
(Part 1, approx. 30 mins.)

Part of Other Impulses: Poets Writing Across Genres

"A Painter and His Poets" Closing Celebration & Book Launch for "New York School Painters & Poets: Neon in Daylight"

Edited by Bill Berkson, Larry Fagin and Allison Power with a foreword by Carter Ratcliff, New York School Painters & Poets charts the collaborative milieu of New York City poets and artists in the mid-twentieth century. This unprecedented volume comprehensively reproduces rare ephemera, collecting and reprinting collaborations, paintings, drawings, poetry, letters, art reviews, photographs, dialogues, manifestos, and memories.

2004: Bill Murray reads Frank O'Hara and Billy Collins

Actor Bill Murray reads poems by Frank O'Hara ("[How wonderful it is that the Park Avenue Viaduct is being rehabilitated]"), Billy Collins ("Another Reason I Don't Keep a Gun in the House", "The Death of the Hat," and "The Art of Drowning") as part of the 9th Annual Poetry Walk Across the Brooklyn Bridge
(Approx. 10 minutes)

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