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April 04, 2013

Philip Guston, Poetry NYC
April 04, 2013

Experimental poet and jazz musician Clark Coolidge discusses Philip Guston’s passion for poetry and wordplay as evidenced by the painter’s extraordinary series of poem-pictures, wh

April 09, 2013

Miguel Hernández, Spanish Poetry, Poetry NYC, Poetry Translation
April 09, 2013

Deeply admired by poets from Federico García Lorca to William Carlos Williams, Miguel Hernández (1910-42), was called by Pablo Neruda “a great master of language.”

April 11, 2013

Yannis Ritsos, Greek Poetry, Poetry NYC, Poetry Translation
April 11, 2013

Translators Karen Emmerich and Edmund Keeley share their collaborative translation of Diaries of Exile, by the legendary Greek poet Yannis Ritsos (1909-19

April 19, 2013

Robert Duncan, Poetry NYC, Poetry Talks
April 19, 2013

Robert Duncan often described himself as “bookish poet.” Drawing from sources as varied as philosopher Alfred North Whitehead's Process and Reality, the kabbalism of The Zohar, an

April 20, 2013

Oberiu: An Anthology of Russian Absurdism book cover
April 20, 2013

• 2:00 pm Panel

• 4:30 pm Reading

April 25, 2013

Amelia Rosselli, Italian Poetry, Poetry NYC
April 25, 2013

Poet, translator and scholar Jennifer Scappettone discusses the work of the Italian poet and musicologist Amelia Rosselli (1930-1996) — whose first book was introduced by Pier Paol

April 30, 2013

Poet Sekou Sundiata, Poetry NYC
April 30, 2013

Moderated by Malaika Adero

May 07, 2013

poet James Wright, Poetry NYC, Poetry
May 07, 2013

Prolific poet and novelist Stephen Dobyns discusses the life and poetry of Pulitzer-prize winner James Wright (1927-1980), one of the most influential and admired post-war poets, w

May 11, 2013

The Dark Room Collective, Poetry Readings, Poetry NYC
May 11, 2013

• 12:00-1:45 pm - Panel moderated by Rochelle Spencer

May 22, 2013

poet CAConrad, Poetry NYC, Poetry Workshops
May 22, 2013

CAConrad writes: “(Soma)tic poetry rituals aim our attention at two basic principles: (1)Everything around us has a creative viability with the potential to spur new modes of thoug

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