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RETURN TO LALA LAND

RETURN TO LALA LAND Directed by Joe Battista Produced by Roslyn McKay Stage Manager: Allison Hohman Starring: La Forrest Cope (Lala), Freddie Duggard, Chris Fougere Return to Lala Land is the creative nonfiction tale of a highly successful musician/songwriter/performer struggling to tear down borders and construct boundaries between her present day artistry and a golden past that […]

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Hanging Loose @ Columbia

Friday, November 11 @ 6PM Columbia University Butler Library, Room 203 116th St & Broadway New York, NY 10027 FREE The Columbia University Rare Book & Manuscript Library and Hanging Loose Press invite you to a reading and a celebration Friday, November 11, starting at 6pm! This is the final event in Hanging Loose’s yearlong […]

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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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Roger Sedarat Wins the 2016 Tenth Gate Prize

We’re so pleased to announce that QC’s own Roger Sedarat has just been awarded the 2016 Tenth Gate Prize from The Word Works books.  He will receive $1000 and publication in 2017. And this, right on the heels of Roger publishing a book of tennis poems! Congratulations, Roger!  We can’t wait to read them both! […]

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“Real Love” by Jennifer Celestin

MFA alum Jennifer Celestin has the featured story of the week up at Akashic Books.  Check it out! http://www.akashicbooks.com/real-love-by-jennifer-celestin/

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The Flash Fiction Challenge – 2016

The Flash Fiction Challenge from NYC Midnight is a competition that challenges writers around the world to create short stories (1,000 words max.) based on genre, location, and object assignments.  First prize is $2,500!!! Check out their website for more information: http://www.nycmidnight.com/Competitions/FFC/Challenge.htm

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Celebrating The Collected Poems of Adrienne Rich

June 21, 2016 @ 7:00PM Poets House 10 River Terrace New York, NY 10282 FREE Gather at Poets House to celebrate the publication of The Collected Poems of Adrienne Rich, a new book honoring the work and life of one of the most radically significant poets of the twentieth century. Readers include: Mark Doty, Yusef […]

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Call From The Margins (AAWW)

Below, is a writing opportunity with the Asian American Writers Workshop.  They’re kind of a big deal, so if you feel your works fits with them, you should apply! ———– In 2012, the Asian American Writers’ Workshop launched a set of online magazines in order to build conversations around cutting-edge ideas in Asian American literature, art, and […]

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CAMP LAWLESS: Summer Poetry & Writing on the Bowery

Looking for a great way to poeticize your summer?  I can’t think of anything better than spending it at Camp Lawless, care of Bowery Poetry Club!  Poet Amy Lawless will guide you through this eleven week course on Sundays, Sundays, Sundays–with the goal of writing “hungrily, constantly, responsibly, and recklessly” and completing a chapbook by […]

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Intern @ Bowery Poetry

Join the Bowery Poetry team on Monday nights or on Sundays! Support poetry and live events at our legendary Lower East Side venue and unique non-profit. We need consistent and enthusiastic help with our box office, social media and other general holding down the fort tasks on Monday nights from April till June. Monday nights […]

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