New York City's Mulherin + Pollard Gallery presents I Could See Everything, a new series of paintings by Margaux Williamson. The exhibit, documented in the catalogue I Could See Everything, is a remount of an exhibition that first took place in a non-existent venue called The Road at the Top of the World Museum.
Combining author readings, poetry performance, academic panels on the past and future of LGBT literature and publishing and specialized events for genre readers and writers, the 2nd Annual Rainbow Book Fair will put the snap and sparkle back into book reading. Meet hundreds of authors and publishers and thousands of readers from all over the U.S. and the world.
Nathalie Stephens (Touch to Affliction, Paper City) reads with Rachel Levitsky at Queer Text, curated by Sara Marcus at Dixon Place (161 Chrystie Street). Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the reading begins at 7:30 p.m.
featuring Nathalie Stephens and Rachel Levitsky
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Dixon Place, 161 Chrystie Street (between Rivington & Delancey)
7:30pm (doors open at 6:30pm)
Join two acclaimed Canadian poets who have bold innovations in the lyric essay form. Lisa Robertson, author of Lisa Robertson's Magenta Soul Whip, and Sina Queyras, author of Expressway will read from their new collections and participate in a discussion at this CUNY Graduate Center event.
Coach House at the New York Indie & Small Press Fair
Saturday, December 6 - Sunday, December 7, 2008
The New York Center for Independent Publishing, 20 West 44th Street
New York, NY
10 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (Sat)
11 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Sun)
The reviews are in for the New York production of Michael Redhill's Goodness, and they're phenomenal!
'Michael Redhill's gripping and important play about genocide ... has the intimacy and discordant reach of a late Beethoven string quartet ... the clarity of Mr. Redhill's language, the economy of Ross Manson's direction and the excellent cast ... succeed in dramatizing its complexities ... haunting ... shocking.' -- New York Times
October 9th through 11th, Coach House Books is hitting the Big Apple to celebrate its 40th year of publishing, and we're bringing four of our esteemed poets for the ride. Over three nights, in three separate events, Coach House will bring a taste of one of Canada's best literary presses to New York City. See below for all the event listings.
October 9 - Jon Paul Fiorentino reads at The Poetry Project, New York
In the midst of Canadian rock icons The Tragically Hip’s final Canadian tour, poet and co-curator of the Basement RevueDamian Rogers spoke to Maclean's about frontman Gord Downie’s relationship to poetry – more specifically, why poets love him.
We're excited to announce that Emily M. Keeler will assume the role of series editor for the Exploded Views nonfiction series. Keeler, who takes over the series editor role originated by Jason McBride, is the founding editor of Little Brother, an award-winning literary magazine, and is formerly the books editor of Canada's National Post.
Reviewing Christian Bök's The Xenotext: Book 1 for American Scientist, Michael Leong calls the book 'at once rigorously scientific and rigorously literary.' He goes on to write that 'Bök's work is an important bridge not only between conservative formalists and cutting-edge conceptualists but between poetic and scientific communities.
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Canada Council of the Arts, the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund, the Ontario Arts Council and the Ontario Media Development Corporation for our publishing activities.