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Da na na na na na na na na na na na na–Ghostbird!

Sunday, June 28th @ 5-7PM Fatty’s Cafe 45-17 28th Avenue Astoria, NY 11103 Don’t forget, the first flight of Ghostbird Press is this Sunday at Fatty’s Cafe.  You can read all about it, in my previous post. See you hep cats there!

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V for Vendetta, S for Souvlaki

MFA student Rob Gunther has a beef, involving beef–in this very funny article he wrote for Though Catalog: http://thoughtcatalog.com/rob-gunther/2015/06/an-open-letter-to-the-guy-who-cut-me-in-line-at-the-souvlaki-cart/ Check it out!

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Kundiman Public Reading: Sandra Lim, Bao Phi, Arthur Sze, Gina Apostol, Peter Ho Davies, & Sigrid Nunez at Lincoln Center

Friday, June 26th @ 7:00 pm Fordham University, Lincoln Center 113 W. 60th Street (at Columbus Avenue) 12th Floor Lounge Come celebrate Kundiman’s 12th Annual Writing Retreat as retreat faculty Sandra Lim, Bao Phi, Arthur Sze, Gina Apostol, Peter Ho Davies, & Sigrid Nunez share work with 2015 Kundiman Retreat Fellows. Also sharing their work […]

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Catalogue of Unabashed Gratitude

July 9th @ 6PM Fall No More: Some Thoughts on Imagination: A Lecture by Ross Gay July 10 @ 6PM Ross Gay: Catalogue of Unabashed Gratitude Cave Canem 20 Jay Street, Suite 310-A Brooklyn, NY FREE Here’s some inside info: mark your calendars for a double dose of Gay. Cave Canem is sponsoring back to […]

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Poets House @ the Metropolitan Museum of Art

June 19 @ 6:30 – 8PM The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Ave FREE 2013 Poets House Emerging Poet Fellow Purvi Shah reads a selection of her own works and lyrical poetry of Deccan India as part of the MetFridays Gallery Event Celebrating India. Explore the senses with music, poetry, fragrance, an artist demonstration, […]

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Twisted Tales – With Harold Schechter

Here’s some faculty publication news: QC’s own Harold Schechter explores the lines between the True Crime genre and academic analysis, in the interview up at Twisted Tales: “I have, as an academic myth critic, a professional interest in true crime. Specifically, I have always been intrigued by the human need for stories about archetypal monsters. […]

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