Literary Partners Program: Finishing Line Press Fall Poetry Reading Featuring: Rodica Draghincescu and More

Please join Finishing Line Press for a reading celebrating poets and their recent publications.

Reception to follow.

Featured Reader, Rodica Draghincescu

Other readers include:
Leah Maines
Mark Belair
Hélène Cardona
John FitzGerald
Sherri Felt Dratfield
Michael J. Grabell
Frank Messina
Ilene Starger
Rose Auslander

About the Poets:

Winter Wedding: Holiday Cards by Poets

On view: Tuesday, December 2, 2014–Saturday, March 21, 2015

A Sexy New Animal: The DNA of the Prose Poem with Natasha Sajé

The prose poem derives energy from the collision of opposites: realism and fantasy; poem and novel. Poet and essayist Natasha Sajé, author most recently, of Windows and Doors: A Poet Reads Literary Theory, and faculty at Vermont College of Fine Arts, discusses the makeup of this hybrid form.

The 20th Annual Poetry Walk Across the Brooklyn Bridge

Join us for the 20th anniversary of our annual poetic pilgrimage across one of our city’s most beloved landmarks.

Friends, Poets, Gastrolaters!

This is a special benefit for Poets House that helps keep our programming free or low cost.

Join us for an evening of friendship-in-poetry celebrating the sumptuous art of fine dining with poets Frank Bidart, Eleanor Chai, Daniel Halpern, Sharon Olds, former US Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey, and Kevin Young.

Transgenres with Vijay Seshadri

This program has been cancelled due to a death in Mr Seshadri's family, and will be rescheduled Why do so many poets also write prose nonfiction? What transformations occur between poem and essay? Pulitzer Prizewinner Vijay Seshadri, whose newest book is 3 Sections, discusses notions of identity, form, and fulfillment for contemporary writers. Part of Other Impulses: Poets Writing Across Genres

Creating the Future: Art and Climate Change with Alison Hawthorne Deming

Poet and essayist Alison Hawthorne Deming, whose newest book is Zoologies: On Animals and the Human Spirit, discusses writing in the era of climate change – how we must join the sensual texture and discernment of poetry with the critical content of scientific writing to fully elucidate a rapidly changing world.

Exquisitely Personal: Poetry & Memoir with Nick Flynn, Sarah Manguso and Meghan O’Rourke

How can different forms frame your life in different ways? How do poetry and memoir tell different kinds of truths? Three of today’s most acclaimed cross-genre writers – Nick Flynn (Another Bullshit Night in Suck City), Sarah Manguso (The Guardians), and Meghan O’Rourke (The Long Goodbye) – address these questions and more in this special Saturday conversation.

Get Wrapped Up: Poetry and Art of the Kimono

Chart your own path through the exhibition Kimono: A Modern History and enjoy drop-in, interactive experiences with art and poetry. Participate in writing activities, listen to music, and explore gorgeous textiles while surrounded by treasures in the museum’s Japanese galleries.

View the evening's schedule of events on the Metropolitan Museum's website

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