upcoming events

Dec 01 2015 to Dec 15 2015

TEEN Poetry Programat Lincoln Center! Apply Now-Dec 15

Please tell any teen poets about this wonderful opportunity!

POET-LINC! Calling all poets, rappers, songwriters, performers, writers and everything in between!   This is a FREE spoken word program for teens between the ages of 13 and 19.

Last year’s Poet-Linc program was wonderful and we can’t wait for this upcoming season with an even more diverse mix of poets.

Check out this video slideshow from last year’s exciting season and the exclusive book of poetry that poets will create and publish together. https://vimeo.com/141908784

Students must apply by December 15, 2015 using the online form:  https://lincolncenter.wufoo.com/forms/poetlinc-application-201516/

Highlights from Last year:o Last year’s showcase had 300 audience members filling Lincoln Center’s Rubenstein Atrium to watch 26 teens perform live. With engagement through social media channels, the performance reached an additional 96,500 people around the world. o Three alumni competed in the 2015 NYC Teen Poetry Grand Slam Finalso Four poets performed at the St. Louis Shakespeare Festivalo Four poets shared their poetry at a conference for youth workers at John Jay College and then at “One Culture of Creative Expression” at the Queens Museum. o Poets from our sister program at Passages Academy shared their poetry at conferences at John Jay College and the Queens Museum and were featured on Chirlane’s McCray’s blog #FLONYC.o Poets participated at the Teens Take the MET events.o Two Poets opened for the Former Youth Laureate at Snug Harbor Cultural Center.

For more information about the program, visit the Poet-Linc page: http://lincolncentereducation.org/community#poet-linc

For questions, please email poetlinc@lincolncenter.org.  

11:59pm to 11:57pm
Lincoln Center Education
Rose Building 165 WE 65th St
11206 New York, New York
Dec 04 2015

Poetry Reading with Rosamond King

Join the ongoing conversation between the literary and visual arts as Rosamond S. King performs evocative, interdisciplinary poems within the setting of the Musical Instruments permanent collections galleries.

Free with museum admission.

Event sponsored by: Poets House, presented in collaboration with The Metropolitan Museum of Art 

6:30pm to 8:00pm
Mertens Galleries for Musical Instruments- Gallery 681, Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue
10028 New York, New York
Dec 05 2015

The Manhattan Review Reading Series

Poetry Reading, December 5, 2015, Saturday, 7 PM

Baron Wormser, Jeanne Marie Beaumont, and Bitite Vinklers

Launch of Newly Redesigned Manhattan Review, Vol. 17 #1

The Manhattan Review Reading Series

Baron Wormser is the author/co-author of fourteen books and a poetry chapbook. Wormser has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, Bread Loaf, and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. From 2000 to 2006 he served as poet laureate of the state of Maine. His latest book of poetry, Unidentified Sighing Objects (CavanKerry Press), came out in September, 2015. His essay on Willem de Kooning appeared in Best American Essays 2014.

Jeanne Marie Beaumont is the author of Burning of the Three Fires, Curious Conduct, and Placebo Effects. Her fourth book, Letters from Limbo, is forthcoming in 2016. Recent work has appeared in Ploughshares, Cave Wall, Gulf Coast, Southern Poetry Review, and Conduit. She lives in Manhattan and teaches for the Stonecoast MFA program and at the 92nd Street Y.

Bitite Vinklers has just published a brilliant new translation of the work of Latvian poet Imants Ziedonis, Each Day Catches Fire (Red Dragonfly Press). 

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10002 New York, New York