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2017 Showcase Reading Series: Alex Dimitrov, t'ai freedom ford, Lauren Hunter, and Debora Kuan

Readings by Alex Dimitrov (Together and by Ourselves, Copper Canyon Press), t'ai freedom ford (how to get over, Red Hen Press), Lauren Hu

2017 Showcase Reading Series: Jen Hyde, Cynthia Manick, Tommy Pico, and Martha Rhodes

Readings by Jen Hyde (Hua Shi Hua: Drawings and Poems from China, Ahsahta); Cynthia Manick (Blue Hallelujahs, Black Lawrence Press); T

2017: Showcase reading series: Elizabeth Arnold, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Alan Felsenthal and Christine Shan Shan Hu

Readings by Elizabeth Arnold (Skeleton Coast, Flood Editions), Cortney Lamar Charleston (Telepathologies, Saturnalia Books), Alan Felsen

2017: Legacy Reading - David Ferry and Gerald Stern

Readings by award winning poets David Ferry (Bewilderment: New Poems and Translations, University of Chicago Press) and Gerald Stern (Galaxy Love

2017: 25th Anniversary Showcase Opening Reading (Full Audio)

Readings by Ishion Hutchinson, Hoa Nguyen, and Marie Howe celebrate the opening of the 25th annual Poets House Showcase, and exhibit of over 3,50

2017: Emerging Poets Fellowship Reading

A reading by Poets House Emerging Poet Fellows Sean D.

2017: Poetry and Desire: A Reading and Conversation

Poets Vahni Capildeo, Natalie Diaz, Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo, and Shivanee Ramlochan examine intimacy, language, and

2017: Passwords: Anne Waldman with Steven Taylor on William Blake

A founder and director of the Poetry Project and co-founder along with Allen Ginsberg of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, poet Anne Waldman, with Bessie Award-nomina

2017: Corrosive Power: A Reading and Conversation with Athena Farrokhzad & Noemi Jaffe

Swedish poet Athena Farrokhzad , author of White Blight, appears with her translator Jennifer Hayashida , and Brazilian poet Noemi Jaffe

2017: Necessary Cuts: Rickey Laurentiis on Revision at Poets House

Though Paul Valéry claimed “a poem is never finished, only abandoned,” what happens between a poem’s creation and its abandonment is revision.