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

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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.

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April 17th, 7:30pm - 10pm
@ INCA 1900 Airport Way S. Seattle, Washington 98134

Proofs and Failures: Publication Studio (Patricia No & Antonia Pinter)

Please join Publication Studio and INCA for the opening reception of Proofs and Failures this Friday April 17th in Seattle, Washington. 

Proofs and Failures

How do poetics function in today's structure of the digital, of the art world, of publications seen as ephemeral or even marginal, within institutions, within the deeply personal sphere, and within the nexus of public connectivity? How do we distinguish between the signal and the noise, between ambiguity and double meaning; how does language reveal itself to have a consciousness and how do we present an architecture or object to translate that about-ness into an actual-ness? 

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March 17th - April 12th 4-11pm Tuesday-Saturday
@ Likewise 3564 SE Hawthorne Blvd. Portland, Oregon 97217

Publication Studio at Likewise

Publication Studio will be tending bar for its residency at Likewise; and has invited one writer and one artist per week to work within this public, social, visible space. At the end of each week the participating artist and writer will create a chapbook or zine that will be bound together with all participants work in a final book to be launched on April 12th, 2015. 

For the launch of the book LIKEWISE there will be readings, performances, screenings, and discussions between all participants: 5pm - 10pm on April 12th at Likewise.

Week one (March 17 - 21): Emily Kendal Frey & Ellen Lesperance
Week two (March 24 - 28): Ashley Toliver & Chase Biado
Week three (March 31 - April 4): James Gendron & Eileen Isagon Skyers
Week four (April 7 - 12): Megan Stockton & Julia Calabrese

Come get a drink from us! There will be readings and other events happening throughout the residency, and all info will be updated here as well as on our Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, and Twitter.

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April 10th, 1:30-2:45pm
@ Scott James Bookfair Stage, Level 1 1301 2nd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55403

Sustainability Reading at AWP with Howard W. Robertson and Margaret Robertson

At AWP 2015 on Friday April 10th, Howard W. Robertson will be reading poems about the biosphere and Margaret E. Robertson will be reading from her new book about sustainability.

Howard W. Robertson is a poet and fiction writer who has published nine books of poems, including Odes to the Ki of the Universe, The Green Force of Spring, Hyperzotica, and Peculiar Pioneer. He has been awarded the Sinclair Poetry Prize, the Robinson Jeffers Prize, and the Bumbershoot Award, among others. 

Margaret E. Robertson is the author of the comprehensive textbook Sustainability Principles and Practice and she is a fellow in the Higher Education Association's Sustainability Consortium. She teaches at Lane Community College and coordinates an interdisciplinary sustainability degree program.

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