25th of April 2015, 4PM
@ Het Nieuwe Instituut, Museumpark 25, 3015 CB, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Launch Publication Studio Rotterdam

We would like to invite you to the launch of Publication Studio Rotterdam. Simultaneously, our host, Het Nieuwe Instituut, opens a new show: 'World Expo 1851 - now.' For this joyous occasion we are producing and giving away, free, a series of notebooks. Looking forward to seeing you!

Inquire Buy now ticket(s)

April 23rd, 7pm
@ Books for Days - 48th & Telegraph, Oakland, CA

Jason Jimenez reading!

Jason R Jimenez will be reading April 23rd, 7pm at Books for Days with Mae Ramirez for the Cantil Reading Series!

Inquire Buy now ticket(s)

April 23rd, 8pm
@ Topics Berlin, Weserstrasse 166, 12045 Berlin, Germany

Travis Jeppesen reads at Topics Berlin

Tonight at Topics Travis Jeppesen launches and reads from All Fall, the sixth title in the Fellow Travelers Series. Travis Jeppesen has published two books with Publication Studio, 16 Sculptures and All Fall, and is the author of Victims, and The Suiciders, as well as other works. 

Inquire Buy now ticket(s)

April 19th, 4pm
@ Studio 10 Gallery 56 Bogart St. Brooklyn, NY 11206

Shelley Marlow, Lynne Tillman, Rick Whittaker, and Clifford Chase reading

Shelley Marlow, Lynne Tillman, Rick Whittaker, and Clifford Chase will be reading at Studio 10 Gallery on April 19th. 

free and open to the public

Inquire Buy now ticket(s)

April 18th, noon - 6pm
@ Holiday Inn Midtown 440 W. 57th Street , NYC 10019

Peter Nickowitz reads at the 7th Annual Rainbow Book Fair

Peter Nickowitz will be reading at the New York Rainbow Book Fair on April 18th, 2015. Exact time TBD. 

Peter Nickowitz grew up in Fairfield, Connecticut and is a graduate of Brandeis University and New York University, where he received a Ph.D in English and American literature. He is the author of Cinema Vernacular and Rhetoric and Sexualtiy: The Poetry of Hart Crane, Elizabeth Bishop, and James Merrill. His poems have appeared in journals including The Paris Review, Third Coast, Barrow Street, Marsh Hawk Review, Slope, and Shampoo.

The Rainbow Book Fair is the longest running LGBT book fair in the USA.  The 6th Annual New York Rainbow Book Fair featured more than 100 publishers, writers, poets, editors, booksellers, and the 1000+ readers who love and buy their books—from the serious to the wild, from the zany to the super hot. Rainbow Book Fair is open to the public with book discounts and giveaways. $3 admission suggested donation. See full list of poets here.

Inquire Buy now ticket(s)

Go to page: 1 2 3 4 5 13 67