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2018: Is the Poet the New Public Intellectual? Today’s Poet-Critics on Criticism and Critique

National Book Critics Circle poetry chair Tess Taylor invites some of today’s leading poet critics—Stephanie Burt, Chen Chen, Meghan O'Rourke, Greg Pardlo, and

2018: Showcase Reading Series: Denizé Lauture, Katy Lederer, Raquel Salas Rivera, Chen Chen

Readings by Denizé Lauture (a kiss to the land, Subpress Collective), Katy Lederer (The bright red horse―and the blue―, Atelos), Raquel S

2018: Showcase Reading Series: Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Michael Lally, Joy Ladin, Roberto Harrison

Readings by Aimee Nezhukumatathil (Oceanic, Copper Canyon), Michael Lally (Another Way to Play: Poems 1960-2017, Seven Stories), Joy Ladi

2018: Showcase Reading Series - Celina Su, Wayne Koestenbaum, Dorothea Lasky, Tongo Eisen-Martin

Readings by Celina Su (Landia, Belladonna*), Wayne Koestenbaum (Camp Marmalade, Nightboat), Dorothea Lasky (Milk, Wave

2018: Showcase Opening Reading Akbar, Faizullah, and Hillman

Readings by Kaveh Akbar (Calling a Wolf a Wolf, Alice James Books), Tarfia Faizullah (Registers of Illuminated Villages, Graywolf Press), and

2018: Emerging Poets Fellowship Reading

2018 Emerging Poets Fellows Trace DePass, Sokunthary Svay, Haydil Henriquez, Sébastien Bernard, Thiahera Nurse, Jasmine Reid, Joël Diaz, Moncho Alvarado, Sarah Passino, and

2018: Naomi Replansky 100th Birthday Reading

Friends and fellow poets gather to honor National Book Award-nominee Naomi Replansky, who has been praised by Philip Levine as a “warrior for social justice” and B.H.

2018: A Shadowy Exultation with Edward Hirsch

MacArthur Award-winning poet and critic Edward Hirsch considers how five 19th- and 20th-century poets treat luminous moments and visionary experiences.

2018: Negative Space: Luljeta Lleshanaku with Eliot Weinberger and Ani Gjika

In Luljeta Lleshanaku's new collection of poems, Negative Space, childhood memories of the dictatorship in Albania disperse into a calm that shrouds everyday life with num

2018: Lullabies and Laments: Experiments in Music and Poetry

Lullabies and Laments is an experiment in translation, informed by Indic reading, interpretive and performative practices.