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November 19, 2017

DéLana R. A. Dameron
November 19, 2017

“We tell this story every year,” Natasha Trethewey says in “Incident" from her prize-winning collection Native Guard. What happens when you tell and re-tell a story?

December 02, 2017

Brenda Shaughnessy
December 02, 2017

Brenda Shaughnessy is the author of So Much Synth (Copper Canyon Press, 2016); Our Andromeda (Copper Canyon Press 2012), which was a finalist for the Griffin Inte

Camille Dungy
December 02, 2017

American Book Award winner Camille Dungy considers five important poems by Phillis Wheatley, Lucille Clifton, Maggie Smith, Craig Santos Perez, and Sterling A.

Brenda Shaughnessy
December 02, 2017

Brenda Shaughnessy is the author of So Much Synth (Copper Canyon Press, 2016); Our Andromeda (Copper Canyon Press 2012), which was a finalist for the Griffin Inte

December 08, 2017

Patricia Smith
December 08, 2017

The author of seven books of poetry including Shoulda Been Jimi Savannah, Blood Dazzler, and most recently Incendiary Art, a 2014 Guggenheim Fellow, and the most successful Nation

December 09, 2017

December 09, 2017

Bright Hill Press commemorates 25 years of operation and the publication of
LIKE LIGHT: 25 YEARS OF POETRY & PROSE BY BRIGHT HILL POETS & WRITERS

December 13, 2017

John Ashbery
December 13, 2017

Longtime friends and fellow artists pay tribute to the life and work of poet John Ashbery, who died in September at the age of 90.

December 16, 2017

 Crystal Wilkinson
Reading
December 16, 2017

Join Kweli on Saturday, December 16th, 6-8PM for a reading and conversation with award-winning author and professor, Crystal Wilkinson.

January 18, 2018

Derek Walcott
January 18, 2018

Elizabeth Alexander, Hilton Als, Robert Antoni, Carolyn Forché, Lorna Goodison, Jamaica Kincaid, Karl Kirchwey, Yusef Komunyakaa, Glyn Maxwell and Caryl Phillips.

January 20, 2018

Gregory Pardlo
January 20, 2018

Gregory Pardlo’s Digest (Four Way Books) won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.

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