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October

Forrest Gander at Dodge Poetry Festival

Forrest Gander will speak about and sign his new book, Be With, on Thursday, October 18th. For specific reading times, please see event website. About the book: Drawing from his …

Jonathan Cohen Reads His Translation of Nicanor Parra

Poet-translators Jonathan Cohen and David Unger read their translations of poetry by Pedro Mir (Countersong to Walt Whitman and Other Poems) and Nicanor Parra (Antipoems: New and …

Rediscover Bob Marley with Marcia Douglas

Old Firehouse Books is excited to host Boulder-based author Marcia Douglas! On Friday, October 26th at 6:00pm Marcia will discuss her latest book The Marvellous Equations of the …

November

New In French Translation: Jonathan Larson, Emma Ramadan, and Elizabeth Zuba

Thursday, Nov 29, 7:00pm New York, NY New In French Translation: Jonathan Larson, Emma Ramadan, and Elizabeth Zuba Join us to celebrate three recent distinct translations from the …

December

Marcia Douglas: Natural Herstory Remix at City Lights Bookstore

Published in July by New Directions, Marcia Douglas’s The Marvellous Equations of Dread: A Novel in Bass Riddim is a magical realist work of experimental prose with a non-linear …

Forrest Gander at The School of Art

Writing Now Reading Series Forrest Gander’s books of poetry include Eye Against Eye, Torn Away, and Science and Steepleflower. Though primarily a poet, Gander is also a …

Midwinter Day Marathon Reading at Philadelphia

In honor of the 40th anniversary of Midwinter Day, Bernadette Mayer’s transcendentally beautiful domestic epic, The A-Space invites you to a communal marathon reading /party.

Midwinter Day Marathon Reading at Ithaca

In honor of the 40th anniversary of Midwinter Day, Bernadette Mayer’s transcendentally beautiful domestic epic, Party Fawn Reading Series invites you to a communal marathon …

April

Ana Luísa Amaral and Margaret Jull Costa at Brookline Booksmith

Ana Luísa Amara in conversation with her translator Margaret Jull Costa. This event is part of Brookline Booksmith’s Transnational Literature Series.