With Nicole Cooley reading this Sunday at First Person Plural, Turnstyle this Tuesday, and (and that’s a big and) a Queens-double feature on Saturday (3/15/14) with ETERNiDAY and Oh, Bernice! in the evening, it’s a good thing you’re reading this blog–you’ve got your good times already planned out for you. Keep your dial tuned to [...]
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Start your weekend right by submitting to Flash Fest! Playsmiths is now accepting submissions for the 3rd Annual Flash Fest! Playsmiths most popular event is back and we want you to participate! We’re looking for writers to send us hint fiction (25 words or less), poetry, flash fiction, or one minute plays! Directions for [...]
Professor Nicole Cooley will be appearing as part of the season finale of First Person Plural, a reading series showcasing creative communities in Harlem. Silvana Cafe and Barat @ 4PM 116th and FDB (across from Harlem Tavern) Details: Please join us for an afternoon of arts both literary and theatrical in the downstairs performance space [...]
THE COLLOQUIUM FOR UNPOPULAR CULTURE and ADITI SRIRAM present: AL-MUTANABBI STREET STARTS HERE: 7TH ANNUAL MEMORIAL READING Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here: 7th Annual Memorial Reading is one of over twenty similarly-themed events taking place internationally on 5 March, is an evening of poetry, prose, book art and music devoted to Baghdad’s al-Mutanabbi Street, the [...]
Alum Rajiv Mohabir has several new poems in the latest issue of Small Axe, a platform for Caribbean “expressions and discussions of the literary.” (I liked the way they put it, hopefully you’ll like how Rajiv embodies it.) http://smallaxe.net/wordpress3/prose/2014/02/27/poems-by-rajiv-mohabir/ Congrats!
It’s time for the second installment of Turnstyle reading series! Join us for this collaboration by MFA programs of CUNY, in which students and faculty from all four programs come together in the same space. Among this month’s readers are Heather Simon and Stephen Acevedo, both students of the Queens College MFA program. Come out [...]