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Every Day Hittman

QC MFA candidate Jamie Hittman (Fiction) has a story out in Every Day Fiction, a zine focused on pieces of 1000 words or less. It’s called “The Four Billion Year Birthday” and you can read it right here and now: And this comes right on the heels of her first publication, “Forces Of Gravity” […]

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The Inferno of Dante Alighieri: A Reading

Thursday, April 17th @ 9 pm THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF SAINT JOHN THE DIVINE 1047 Amsterdam Avenue at 112th Street New York, NY 10025 Tonight is the annual reading of selections from the Inferno, the opening section of Dante Alighieri’s medieval masterpiece the Divine Comedy, brings listeners and participants into the “dark woods” of Dante’s […]

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Oh, Bernice! with Maya Pindyck, Jess Zimmerman, and Jason Fischedick

Oh, Bernice! the writing collective formed by alumni of the MFA program in Creative Writing at Queens College, is at it again. Celebrate some April cruelty with this solid lineup of readers: Maya Pindyck (*Friend Among Stones*) Jess Zimmerman (author of the “A Guide To Eating Very Particular Feelings”) Jason Fischedick and your host John […]

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John Reid Currie at Rekover

QC alum John Reid Currie (Poetry) will be appearing this Wednesday evening at the Rekover Reading Series as part of a tribute to the latest issue of the Queens-based journal Newtown Literary. It’s a Brooklyn/Queens extravaganza! Wednesday, April 16th @ 7PM Rekover Projects 77 Franklin Street Brooklyn, NY 11222 The evening, hosted by Emily Alta […]

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Books Without Words

Deadly Chaps Press would like to invite you to Books Without Words Or Authors, which is a fascinating project taking the form of a pop-up bookstore this week at Undercurrent Projects. This unusual bookstore will feature only 9 books, each designed around a poetic form and created in a unique edition of one. As they […]

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Vanderberg Volta!

QC Poetry alum Pete Vanderberg is now reviewing books for the journal known as The Volta. You can read his first piece, a review of Rob Fitterman’s No, Wait. Yep. Definitely Still Hate Myself. here, on The Volta Blog:

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