Feb 20, 2009
Going on this week:
Going on at Hunter:
Friday, February 20, 2009 The Olivetree Review V-Day Recovery mini open-mic. 5-7 pm The Olivetree Review Office or next door (TH 212)
More HUNTER going-abouts>> Spring 2009 Distinguished Writers Series
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Irish poet and Pulitzer Prize winner, Muldoon is the poetry editor of The New Yorker. Horse Latitudes (2006) is the most recent of his ten collections.
All readings take place in the Faculty Dining Room, Eighth Floor, West Building. Most readings will begin at 7:30p.m (FREE)
---------------------------More from the collective literary Hutzpah:
Bluestockings Bookstore: 172 Allen Street between Stanton and Rivington :: 212.777.6028
Sunday, February 22nd @ 7PM - FREE
Reading: “CALYX: A Journal of Art and Literature by Women”
While the calendar is yet again marking the birth of our first president, we are listening to the contributors tothe newest issue of “CALYX,” America’s foremost feminist literary journal. Join us for poetry and prose from Lynn Ahrens, Kathy Horowitz, Marie-Elizabeth Mali and Rhonda Zangwill. Nothing against ole’ George, but tonight we’re conjuring Abigail Adams who insisted that we “remember the ladies…lest they foment a rebellion.”
Previous works: I Know This Much is True and She's Come Undone
Monday February 23rd @ 6:30pm $5
The New School, J.M. Kaplan Hall 66 W 12th St, between Fifth and Sixth Aves, East Vllage
The prolific author reads from his latest, The Hour I First Believed, a story about the fallout from Columbine.
Tuesday February 24th @2pm
CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave (at 34th St)
Midtown East tel: 212-817-1955
Subway: B, D, F, V, N, Q, R, W to 34th St–Herald Sq
James Davis, currently at work on a biography of writer Eric Walrond, reads with Thulani Davis, herself writing about bluesy icons Ma Rainey, Ethel Waters, Alberta Hunter and Bessie Smith.