Monday, August 29, 2011

 

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August

August 30 in Grasmere, Cumbria, UK
Michael Longley & Jane Routh

August 30 in Oakland
Michael McClure, Ray Manzarek
& Big Mix

August 30 in Boulder, CO
Magic Trip opens

August 30 in Berkeley
Tiff Dressen & Avery Burns

August 31 in Berkeley
Bill Berkson
reading & talking
about Frank O’Hara & Edwin Denby

August 31 in Big Sur
Philip Glass’ Days & Nights Festival:
Jerry Quickley, Eleni Sikelianos,
Francesco Levato & Maria Teutsch

in collaboration with Glass &
YOA: Orchestra of the Americas

September

September 1 in Seattle
Silence & Communication:
Joe Milutis, Matthew Simmons, M Thompson,
Lisa Wells, Crystal Curry, Nico Vassilakis,
Cristin Miller, Paul Nelson, Alex Bleecker,
Jarret Middleton, Jeremy Springsteed, Laura Wachs,
Robert Mittenthal, Greg Bem, Jason Conger,
Willie Fitzgerald, Graham Isaac, Summer Robinson,
Jesse Minkert, Ian Ettinger, Gregory Laynor,
& Melanie Noel

each explore John Cage’s concepts
in two minutes or less

September 1 October 15 in Philadelphia
Alphabet of Art

September 2 in Atlanta, Cambridge, MA,
Minneapolis, Ashville, NC
& Newburyport, MA
Magic Trip Opens

September 2 – 17 in Philadelphia
Fringe Fest

September 3 in Chicago
Sophie Robinson, Sandra Simonds

September 3 in Philadelphia
Baltimore comes to Philly
Adam Robinson, Chris Toll, Chris Mason,
Les Wade, Christophe Cassimassima, Justin Sirois,
Joe Hall, Cheryl Quimba, Jamie Gaughran-Perez,
Rupert Wondolowski, Stephanie Barber

September 4 in Albuquerque
Magic Trip opens

September 6 January 22 2012 in Austin, TX
The Greenwich Village Bookshop Door

September 7 in Ridley Park, PA
Camille Norvaisas

September 8 in Berkeley
Zara Raab

September 8 in Columbus, OH
Magic Trip opens

September 8 in Bryn Mawr
Marylou Kelly Steznewski, Linda A. Cronin & Stu O'Connor

September 9 in NYC
Dedication of the Elizabeth Murray Art Wall
@ the Bowery Poetry Club

September 9 in Sacramento, Denver,
Gainesville & Tempe, AZ
Magic Trip opens

September 9 in NYC
Camille Dungy & Albert Goldbarth

September 10 in Huntsville, Alabama
Limestone Dust Poetry Festival

September 10 in LA
Patricia Smith, Ilya Kaminsky, Jeffrey McDaniel,
Rachel McKibbens, Brendan Constantine, & Suzanne Lummis

September 10 11 in Edinburgh
Conversify:
Poetry, Politics & Form

September 12 in NYC
Michael Gottlieb’s The Dust

September 12 in NYC
Akilah Oliver memorial reading, with
Rachel Levitsky, Julian Talamantez Brolaski, Lauren Nicole Nixon,
Eric Freer, Kailey Foley & Karl Leone

September 13 in Grasmere, Cumbria, UK
Christopher Reid & Elizabeth Burns

(apparently rescheduled from May)

September 13 in NYC
Feminism & Poetry:
Ana
Božičević, Caroline Crumpacker, Diane DiPrima, Melanie La Rosa

September 14 & 15 in Philadelphia
Susan M Schultz

September 15 in San Rafael, CA
Tony & Willis Barnstone

September 15 in NYC
Anne Waldman, Elaine Equi

September 15 in Laramie, Wyoming
Camille Dungy

September 15 in Berkeley
Maxine Chernoff & Jaime Robles

September 15 in NYC
Deborah Landau, Srikanth Reddy & Atsuro Riley

September 15 18 in Nairobi
Hay Festival Nairobi

September 16 in San Diego
Magic Trip opens

September 17 in Kingston, NY
Stan Apps, Lynn Behrendt, Joe Elliott

September 17 in Fort Collins, CO
Camille Dungy

September 18 in Brooklyn
Brooklyn Book Festival

September 18 23 in Fairfax, VA
Fall for the Book

September 20 in Little Rock, AR
Camille Dungy

September 21 24 in Brooklyn
Kronos Quartet’s The Awakening

September 21 in London
Sean Bonney

September 21 in NYC
Anne Waldman
,
with Ha-Yang Kim & Ambrose Bye

September 21 25 in Cape Town, RSA
Open Book Festival

September 22 in Philadelphia
Stephen Greenblatt

September 22 in Jacksonville, FL
Camille Dungy

September 22 in NYC
Sotheby’s Contemporary Arts auction

September 22 in Philadelphia
Andi Rosenthal

September 22 – 25 in Provincetown, MA
Tennessee Williams Theater Festival

September 22 25 in Segovia, Spain
Hay Festival Segovia

September 23 in Ithaca, NY
Magic Trip opens

September 23 in St Catharines, Ontario
Camille Martin, Shannon Maguire, Angela Szczepaniak,
Aisha Sasha John, & Zorras Multimedia Group

September 24 in many cities
100,000 Poets for change

September 25 in Philadelphia
Rodger Lowenthal & Catherine Staples

September 25 in Seattle
Jeannine Hall Gailey

September 26 in Toronto
Camille Martin, Jim Johnstone

September 26 in Minneapolis
Craig Thompson

September 26 in NYC
Seamus Heaney

September 27 in Philadelphia
Charles Alexander

September 27 in Mill Valley, CA
Camille Dungy

September 27, in Grasmere, Cumbria, UK
Paul Muldoon

September 27 in Philadelphia
Ernest Hilbert, Daniel Nester, David Yezzi

September 28 in Princeton
Anthony Carelli & Danai Gurira

September 29 in Dallas
Joaquin Zuihuatenejo & Natasha Carrazosa

September 30 in Newtown, PA
Iain Haley Pollock

September 30 October 1 in Cincinnati
Cincinnati Small Press Festival

September 30 October 2 in NYC
NY Art Book Fair

 

October

October 1 in Berkeley
Robert Hass, Camille Dungy, Jane Hirshfield,
DA Powell, Judy Grahn et al

October 2 in Portland, OR
Jeannine Hall Gailey, Molly Tenenbaum,
Martha Silano et al

October 2 in Oakland
Gloria Frym & Donna de la Perriere

October 3 in NYC
Anne Enright & Michael Ondaatje

October 5 in Ridley Park, PA
Mike Cohen

October 5 in Oneonta, NY
Anne Waldman

October 6 in Brooklyn
Robert Wilson

October 6 in Berkeley
Linda Norton & Richard Moore

October 6 in Lewiston, ME
Camille Dungy

October 6 in Philadelphia
William Kennedy & Paul Hendrickson

October 6 9 in Buffalo
MSA 13:
Structures of Innovation

October 6 9 in Xalapa, Vera Cruz
Hay Festival Xalapa

October 11 in Philadelphia
Russell Banks

October 12 in Syracuse, NY
Iain Haley Pollock

October 12 in Philadelphia
Jerome Rothenberg & Amish Trivedi
& (
later the same day)
Rusty Morrison & Elizabeth Robinson

October 12 in NYC
Anne Waldman & Charles North

October 13 in Bryn Mawr
WD Ehrhart & Louis McKee

October 13 in Philadelphia
Cecilia Vicuña

October 13 – 15 in San Diego
&NOW 5 conference

October 15 in Minneapolis
Twin Cities Book Festival

October 18 in Philadelphia
Jane Hirshfield

October 19 in NYC
Brent Hayes Edwards, Anne Waldman, Jayne Cortez,
Jerome Rothenberg, Thomas Glave, Heller Levinson, &
Clayton Eshleman

October 19 in Princeton
Rita Dove & James Salter

October 19 22 in Vancouver
Vancouver 125 Poetry Conference

October 20 in Philadelphia
9 Dylanologists close-read
Bob Dylan

October 20 in Middletown, CT
Clayton Eshleman

October 20 in Berkeley
Nina Corwin & Adrene Zawinski

October 20 in Philadelphia
Brian Evanson

October 20 22 in NYC
Poets’ Forum

October 21 in Philadelphia
A celebration of
Rachel Blau DuPlessis
with
Bob Perelman, Ron Silliman, Libbie Rifkin,
Eric Keeneghan, Jena Osman, Brian Teare,
Pattie McCarthy, Kevin Varrone, Emily Abendroth,
Holly Bittner, C.A. Conrad, Tom Devaney,
Sarah Dowling, Ryan Eckes, Lucia Gbaya-Kanga,
Chris McCreary, Michelle Taransky, Heather Thomas
& more

October 25 in Tucson
Noah Saterstrom & Anne Waldman
exhibit opens

October 26 at Bryn Mawr
The Quietist Short Story

October 26 in Milwaukee
Magic Trip opens

October 26-28 in Carbondale, IL
Devil’s Kitchen Literary Festival

October 29 in NYC
Rae Armantrout, Camille Martin

October 30 in Philadelphia
Jim Mancinelli & Michael Steffan

October 31 in NYC
Eiléan Chuilleanáin, Leontia Flynn, Rita Ann Higgins
& Caitriona O'Reilly

 

November

November 1 in NYC
Camille Dungy, Marcus Jackson
& Nagueyalti Warren

November 2 in NYC
Ron Silliman & Doug Lang

November 2 in Ridley Park, PA
Nathalie Anderson

November 2 @ Bryn Mawr
Natasha Trethewey

November 2 & 3 in Berkeley
Clayton Eshleman

November 3 in Mahway, NJ
Camille Dungy

November 3 in Philadelphia
Alice Notley

November 3 in Moraga, CA
Clayton Eshleman

November 3 in Berkeley
Susan Kolodny & Mary Mackey

November 4 in Athens, GA
Anne Waldman

November 4 in NYC
Iain Haley Pollock, Vida Cross

November 4 6 in Aldeburgh, UK
Aldeburgh Poetry Festival

November 6 in Pasadena
Natasha Trethewey, TC Boyle, & Ron Carlson

November 7 in San Francisco
Clayton Eshleman

November 7 in Athens, GA
Anne Waldman, talk:
the poet as activist

November 8 in Philadelphia
Peter Balakian

November 8 in San Jose, CA
Camille Dungy

November 8 in Berkeley
Brian Turner, Joseph Woods & Eugene O’Connell

November 9 in San Luis Obispo
Clayton Eshleman

November 9 in SF
Mei-mei Berssenbrugge

November 9 in Berkeley
Tess Gallagher

November 10 in Bryn Mawr
Rosemary Cappello & Rosalind Kaplan

November 10 in Philadelphia
Umberto Eco

November 10 in Santa Barbara
Clayton Eshleman

November 10 in Berkeley
Chistopher Buckley, Eliot Schain & Gary Young

November 10 13 in NYC
Pinta:
The Modern & Contemporary
Latin American Arts Show

November 13 in Venice, CA
Clayton Eshleman

November 14 in Los Angeles
Clayton Eshleman

November 15 in NYC
Anne Waldman, Brenda Coultas, Anna Moschovakis

November 16 in NYC
National Book Awards Dinner

November 16 in La Jolla
Clayton Eshleman

November 17 in Philadelphia
Joyelle McSweeney & Kim Rosenfield :

The Gurlesque

November 17 in Berkeley
Madeline Tiger & Joan Tiger Bass

November 19 in San Rafael, CA
Dana Gioia

November 2011 in the Maldives
Hay Festival Maldives

 November 18 20 in Kerala, India
Hay Festival Kerala

November 30 in SF
Anne Waldman

November 30 in Princeton
Rae Armantrout & John Irving

November 30 in Philadelphia
Dan Beachy-Quick & Laura Goldstein

 

December

December 1 in Berkeley
Anne Waldman

December 3 in SF
Anne Waldman with Ambrose Bye

December 7 10 in Brooklyn
Merce Cunningham Legacy Tour

December 7 21 in Nairobi
Summer Literary Seminar

December 8 in Bryn Mawr
Dave Steel, Frank D. Walsh

 

2012

January April 2012 in Philadelphia
Zoe Strauss: Ten Years

January 1 – 8 2012 in Puebla, Mexico
US Poets in Mexico

January 5 – 8 2012 in Key West, FL
30th annual Key West Literary Seminar
with Margaret Atwood, Jonathan Lethem,
John Banville, Douglas Coupland,
Michael Cunningham, William Gibson,
Jennifer Egan, Joyce Carol Oates,
Janna Levin, Gary Shteyngart,
Dexter Palmer, George Saunders
& more

January 18 in London
Peter Jaeger:
John Cage’s Zen Poetics

January 26 29 in Cartagena, Columbia
Hay Festival Columbia

February 8 in Princeton
James Richardson & Jonathan Franzen

February 8 & 9 in Indianapolis, IN
Anne Waldman

February 9 in Walla Walla, WA
Camille Dungy

February 4 – 12 2012 in Florence, Italy
TS Eliot & the Heritage of
Rome & Italy in Modernism

February 29 March 3 in Chicago
AWP

March 15, Mount Vernon, Iowa
Camille Dungy

March 22 at Bryn Mawr
Tom Sleigh

March 23-25 in York, UK
James Joyce’s nonfiction

March 28 in Princeton
James Tate & Jane Smiley

March 29 April 1 in NYC
National Black Writers Conference

April 6 in Walnut Creek
Camille Dungy

April 19 at Bryn Mawr
Kimiko Hahn

May 2012 in Beirut, Lebanon
Hay Festival Beirut

June 8 12 in Homer, AK
Kechemak Bay Writers Conference

June 17 – 30 2012 in Montreal
Summer Literary Seminar

September 7-9 2012 in Kent, UK
European Network
for Avant-Garde & Modernism Studies

 

Ongoing

Now August 31 in NYC
Jimmy De Sana

Now – September 6 in SF
The Steins Collect

Now September 6 in SF
Seeing Gertrude Stein: 5 Stories

Now September 7 in NYC
Ray’s a Laugh:
responding to the work of Ray Johnson,
with
Joe Bradley, Dan Colen, Leo Fitzpatrick,
Ray Johnson, Hanna Liden, Nate Lowman,
Adam McEwen, Josh Smith & Dash Snow

Now September 11 in SF
Bali: Art, Ritual, Performance

Now September 18 in NYC
Kevin Jerome Everson

Now September 4 @ Burnt Norton
Explore the Cotswolds with Paul Muldoon,
Nigel Smith
et al

Now September 25 in London
Twombly & Poussin

Now November 22 in Richmond, VA
Tristin Lowe’s Mocha Dick

Now November 27 in Venice, Italy
Venice Biennale

 

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Poets & Writers
offers a superb listing of readings
sortable by city, state & genre

Twin Cities Literary Calendar

San Francisco Bay Area Readings
are listed by
Shampoo

Chicago has a Poetry Calendar

Nathalie Anderson’s Lit-Philly
email list covers Philadelphia
as does
The Philly Lit Calendar

The DC Poetry Calendar is here

There is a calendar for Australian Poetry

Modern Poetry
catalogs events around London

The Bowery Poetry Club
hosts 20 to 30 events each week

If we are capturing
even 0.1%
of all that is going on
of interest to poets,
we would be shocked

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