Here, where you all are, language is an accessory to bodies lying in the street, prone in government rooms, bloated in the waterways. Or language is an accessory to the refutation of bodies lying etc. This too will pass as search vessels in the delta pass for smuggling operations bringing illicit food to
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Dec 04 2016
Join the Center for Women Writers for an open mic and a celebration of the publication of two important anthologies published by NC presses—Red Sky (Sable Press) and Resisting Arrest: Poems to Stretch the Sky (Jacar Press). These timely anthologies recognize the impact of brutalities against people of color and women.
the Saal, Single Sisters' House at Salem College
601 S. Church Street27514 Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Dec 14 2016
Presentation of new issue, Vol. 17 #2 of The Manhattan Review.
Readings by Philip Fried, Neil Shepard, Jeanne Marie Beaumont, and Margaret Ryan.
Admission fee: $8.00
Cornelia Street Cafe
29 Cornelia St.10014 New York, New York
Jan 10 2017
Three poets will respond to the Agnes Martin retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum with readings from their own work: Ari Banias, Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, and Souvankham Thammavongsa. The readings, which have been curated by poet Jen Bervin, will be followed by an exhibition view and reception.
Admission fee: $15.00
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue10128 New York, New York
Chief is water of the elements; gold too, amid ennobling wealth, shines eminent, like fire, flaming in the night: but my soul, if thou desire to blazon combats, seek not, during day, any brilliant star, wheeling through the desert air, more radiant than the sun: neither any list, more excellent than