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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

James Wright: A Life in Poetry book cover
January 20, 2018

Please join Jonathan Blunk and special guests Anne Wright and Donna Masini to celebrate James Wright: A Life in Poetry, the authorized bi

February 10, 2018

The Book of Disquiet book cover
February 10, 2018

Join poets Patricio Ferrari, John Keene, Vijay Seshadri, and Mónica de la Torre for a re-examination of Fernando Pessoa (1888-193

February 13, 2018

Thomas Lux
February 13, 2018

This tribute reading honors Thomas Lux (1946-2017), beloved poet, mentor, teacher and friend to so many poets with readings by Billy Collins, Terrance Hayes, Edward Hirsch, Marie Howe, Mary

February 24, 2018

June Jordan
February 24, 2018

During her life, poet and essayist June Jordan (1936 – 2002) energetically responded to the crises of the disenfranchised with activism, writing and teaching.

March 03, 2018

Chia-Lun Chang, Alex Cuff, Rico Frederick, Ricardo Hernandez, Cynthia Manick and Adeeba Talukder
March 03, 2018

Graduates of Poets House’s Emerging Poets Fellowship read new work composed on the theme of the body as inspired by experiences working in the Poets House archives.

March 09, 2018

Rick Barot
March 09, 2018

On the occasion of Poets House’s 30th Anniversary, three award-winning poets, representing the rich diversity of contemporary American poetry, read from their work and discuss the role of poetry in

March 22, 2018

 Kimiko Hahn
March 22, 2018

What does text look like if a writer is “writing the body”?

March 23, 2018

Mount Geumgang Viewed from Danbal Ridge by Jeong Seon
March 23, 2018

Poets Amanda Calderon and Michael Leong read works in response to The Met’s exhibition

March 24, 2018

Rigoberto Gonzalez
March 24, 2018

Lambda Award-winning poet Rigoberto González considers five poems that explore the city.

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