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QC Goes 3X5

Saturday, April 25th @ 5PM Heimbold Auditorium Sarah Lawrence College 1 Mead Way, Bronxville, New York 10708 Free shuttle bus from the Metro North train station The Sarah Lawrence Poetry Festival is back, which means it’s time to do math–3 writers from 5 different New York-area MFA programs will each reading for exactly 5 minutes.  […]

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The Blind Writer Speaks!

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 @ 6:30PM Godwin-Ternbach Museum Queens College, Klapper 4th Floor 65-30 Kissena Blvd. The Queens College MFA in Creative Writing and Translation proudly presents Sameer Pandya, who will be reading from his debut book The Blind Writer. About the author: Sameer Pandya earned a BA from the University of California-Davis and a […]

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April Showers Bring Bernician Powers!

Saturday, April 18th @ 7PM The Oh, Bernice! Reading Series The Astoria Bookshop 31-29 31st Street, Astoria NY The air is blooming, the trees are shining, and (more importantly) it stopped goddamn snowing. Come thaw out with Oh, Bernice! We’ve got a lineup full of writers so talented, they’ll make you come running out of […]

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Flash Fest!

A Festival $5 entry fee Deadline: April 19th? Come, you playwrights, poets, funky-fresh fiction writers!  Come, all you short of temper, short of attention, but large of heart!  Come, flashers!  It’s time for Flash Fest, Playsmiths annual festival devoted to short forms. A low, low entry fee of $5 puts you in the running for […]

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Why I’ll Probably Never Join ISIS

MFA student Rob Gunter has decided not to join ISIS, after a (hopefully) really short period of thinking it over.  An excerpt from his reasoning: “I mean, if joining ISIS were on the table, and that’s a huge if, I wouldn’t just sign my name on the dotted line. No, ISIS would have to make […]

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Ghost Bike For Hoyt Jacobs

Sunday, April 19th @ 2:45PM Vernon Blvd. & 41st Ave Long Island City, New York The Street Memorial Project is honoring MFA alum Hoyt Jacobs, who as you all know left us far too soon, as part of their north Queens Bike Ride on Sunday, April 19th. This decade old project commemorates pedestrians and cyclists […]

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