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Submit to Storyscape!

Submissions due Oct. 1st!  Seriously.  You’d be foolish to consider submitting to this incredible journal. Check it out:

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Page Meets Stage: Aracelis Girmay & Camonghne Felix!

Sunday, September 25th @ 6PM Bowery Poetry Club 308 Bowery New York, NY $10 Page Meets Stage, the monthly reading series often referred to as “where the Pulitzer Prize meets the poetry slam,” is bringing one of our former visiting professors, the incredible Aracelis Girmay, together with Camonghne Felix for their latest installment, this coming […]

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Lexi Rudnitsky First Book Prize in Poetry

The Lexi Rudnitsky First Book Prize (formerly the Lexi Rudnitsky Poetry Prize) is a collaboration between Persea Books and The Lexi Rudnitsky Poetry Project.  This annual competition sponsors the publication of a poetry collection by a woman who has yet to publish a full-length poetry book. The winner receives an advance of $1,000.00 and publication […]

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Street Project: Rescuing Leftover Cuisine

Volunteer opportunity description Rescuing Leftover Cuisine is dedicated to helping the hungry by rescuing and donating leftover food to homeless shelters. We rescue an average of 50 pounds of food, which feeds about 40 people. At our event, we will pick up excess meals at restaurants and deliver them to shelters in need. All deliveries […]

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Hispanic Film Festival

Lehman College – Speech & Theatre Building 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West Bronx, NY 10468 FREE The Lehman College Department of Languages and Literatures invites you to join us for our Hispanic Film Festival. Every Wednesday from September 7th to October 5th we will screen a selection of great Latin American films. The movies will […]

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Distinguished Writers Series: Paul Auster

September 20th @ 7:30PM Hunter College, West Building 8th Floor 695 Park Avenue New York, NY FREE Paul Auster is an American author whose career has traversed fiction, memoir, screenwriting, poetry, translation, and criticism. Known for his breakout 1987 New York Trilogy, Auster has tackled magical realism, romance, detective fiction, absurdism, and a French-philosophy-inspired spare […]

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