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2016: Akhil Katyal (Iowa International Writing Program Reading)

Poet Akhil Katyal (India) reads his work along with translators from Tom Sleigh's class at the Hunter College MFA program as part of the

2016: Ko Ko Thett (Iowa International Writing Program Reading)

Poet Ko Ko Thett (Myanmar) reads his work along with translators from Tom Sleigh's class at the Hunter College MFA program as part of the

2016: Henriikka Tavi (Iowa International Writing Program Reading)

Poet Henriikka Tavi (Finland) reads her work along with translators from Tom Sleigh's class at the Hunter College MFA program as part of the

2016: Chen Ho Hua (Iowa International Writing Program Reading)

Poet Chen Ho Hua (Taiwan) reads his work - and sings - along with translators from Tom Sleigh's class at the Hunter College MFA program as part of the

2016: American Stanzas - A Reading

In conjunction with her exhibit, American Stanzas 2006-2016, poet, photographer, and Cave Canem Fellow Rachel Eliza Griffiths hosts Mahogany Browne,

2016: 50 Years of Hanging Loose: An Anniversary Celebration

From its magazine origins of mimeographed loose pages in a cover envelope to one of the premier publishers of poetry, Hanging Loose Press celebrates 50 years.

2016: Hideous: A Reading and Conversation with Sylvia Legris & Will Alexander

Canadian poet Sylvia Legris, winner of the 2006 Griffin Poetry Prize, and Los Angeles poet Will Alexander, winner of the 2016 Jackson Poetry Prize, discuss how lan

2016: Colleen J. McElroy on making a strong poetic line

Colleen McElroy answers an emerging poet's question about how to create a strong line of poetry as part of the question and answer session after her talk

2016: Kinship: Poetic Memoir with Colleen J. McElroy

Although Thomas Wolfe wrote, "you can't go home again," Colleen J. McElroy argues that you can recreate the home you thought you knew.

2016: Self-Bomb, Culture-Bomb: An Evening With Aase Berg & Sade Murphy

A founding member of the Stockholm Surrealist group, poet and critic Aase Berg is the author of five books of poetry, most recently Hackers.