Perspectives on Filipino and Filipino-American Writing

A panel discussion moderated by Nick Carbo and featuring M Evelina Galang, Eric Gamalinda, Eugene Gloria, Jessica Hagedorn, and Eileen Tabios. What does it mean to write in a borrowed tongue? This panel discussion examines each participant’s individual development in relation to the literary/historical contexts of Filipino identity.

Second Annual Poetry Walk Across the Brooklyn Bridge

Please join us to celebrate the confluence of poetry, water and the magnificent New York City skyline. Time Out New York called last year’s evening an event that “could just make you fall in love with New York all over again.” Discover the poetry “under your boot-soles” and help honor our co-founder Elizabeth Kray, one of the creators of literary walks around New York City.

Grand Finale Showcase Reading

A showcase reading reflecting the range of poets and publishers across the aesthetic spectrum.

Holiday Book Sale

Give a volume of verse to someone you love...including yourself! We are pleased to offer for sale thousands of duplicate poetry books, new releases as well as antiques, from Sappho to Sapphire. The prices will be unbeatable and all proceeds will benefit our permanent collection.

Members Private Book Sale

Give a volume of verse to someone you love...including yourself! We are pleased to offer for sale thousands of duplicate poetry books, new releases as well as antiques, from Sappho to Sapphire. The prices will be unbeatable and all proceeds will benefit our permanent collection.

The Electronic Word: Poetry on the Internet and Hypertext with Stephanie Strickland

From Helicon to silicon, the poetry of the Western world is always in transition. This two-session, hands-on workshop includes the chance to browse a poetry manuscript created in hypertext and a discussion of aesthetic issues raised by electronic text.

The Electronic Word: Poetry on the Internet and Hypertext with Stephanie Strickland

From Helicon to silicon, the poetry of the Western world is always in transition. This two-session, hands-on workshop includes the chance to browse a poetry manuscript created in hypertext and a discussion of aesthetic issues raised by electronic text.

Passwords: David Trinidad on Tim Dlugos

Tim Dlugos, recognized as one of the finest post-New York School poets to be published in the 1970s and 1980s, died of AIDS as he was writing his strongest work--poems about the disease itself. An evening of Dlugos' poetry as well as a testament to the the act of love literary executors perform and they difficulties they encounter when compiling manuscripts for posthumous publication.

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