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Poetry/Chapbook Festival in NYC – Beginning Wed. March 28

This looks like a great event for fun and sharing. Sent to us by our friend Ana Božičević, a great poet, who has performed at PeaceSmiths Coffeehouse. -KW

2012 Chapbook Festival
Wed – Fri, Mar 28-30

Wednesday-Friday
March 28th-30th

Location:
Center for Book Arts
28 West 27th Street, NYC

More info at:
www.chapfest.wordpress.com

10am-1pm and 2-5pm
Hands-on Chapbook Workshops: Binding and Printing
With Barbara Henry and Karen Randall
Registration required: 212 481-0295

6:30pm
Panel Discussion: Community and Publishing
MC Hyland, Minnesota Center for Book Arts
Guy Pettit, Flying Object
Chuck Stebelton, Woodland Pattern

Thu, Mar 29
at The Graduate Center, CUNY

365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street, NYC

Noon-7pm
Book Fair: Day 1
C Level
For a full list of over 50 participating presses, visit www.chapbookfestival.org/publishers!

12–3pm
C Level
Lunch Poems–marathon poetry reading

12pm-1pm – PeopleHerd’s Readings at Milk&Roses:
Brandon Downing
Guy Pettit
Montana Ray
Bryan Beck

1pm-2pm – Stain of Poetry:
Paige Taggart
Sasha Fletcher
Alina Gregorian
Cori Copp

2pm-3pm – Triptych:
Nat Otting
Elizabeth Clark Wessel
Nate Pritts
Krystal Languell
Adam Robinson

3pm
C Level
Workshop: Nuts and Bolts for Publishers
Ryan Murphy, Reservoir Editions
Iris Cushing and Elizabeth Clark Wessel, Argos Books
Organized by Poetry Society of America

Free registration required for all workshops.
To register, e-mail ksullivan@gc.cuny.edu.

5pm
C Level
Workshop: Digital Chapbooks
Adam Robinson, Publishing Genius
Martin Rock, Epiphany
Lucy Ives, Triple Canopy
Organized by the CUNY MFA Affiliation Group

Free registration required for all workshops.
To register, e-mail ksullivan@gc.cuny.edu.

7pm
Martin E. Segal Theatre
Panel Discussion: State of Translation: Trends in Innovative Publishing
Ammiel Alcalay, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Esther Allen, Baruch College
Susan Bernofsky, PEN Translation Committee
Ivan Herceg and Damir Šodan, POEZIJA Magazine, Croatia
Anna Moschovakis, Ugly Duckling Presse
Eliot Weinberger, translator
Moderated by Ana Božičević, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Organized by The Center for the Humanities

Fri, Mar 30
at The Graduate Center, CUNY

365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street, NYC

Noon-7pm
Book Fair: Day 2
C Level
For a full list of over 50 participating presses, visit www.chapbookfestival.org/publishers!

12–3pm
C Level
Lunch Poems–marathon poetry reading

12pm-1pm – Popsickle:
Steven Karl
JD Scott
Angela Veronica Wong
Saeed Jones

1pm-2pm – EOAGH:
Ana Bozicevic
Filip Marinovich
Andrew Levy
Christopher Schmidt
Jennifer Bartlett
Mina Pam Dick (aka Hildebrand Pam Dick)
Suzanne Wise

2pm-3pm – Earshot:
Farrah Field
Niina Pollari
J. Hope Stein

3pm
C Level
Workshop: Nuts and Bolts for Writers
Jean Hartig, Poets & Writers Magazine
Cara Benson, Dusie Kollektiv and Belladonna*
Nathaniel Otting, minutes BOOKS and Agnes Fox
Nate Pritts, H_NGM_N BKS
Organized by Poets & Writers

Free registration required for all workshops.
To register, e-mail ksullivan@gc.cuny.edu.

5pm
C Level
Workshop: Chapbooks Saved My Life
Brian Teare, Albion Books
Organized by Poets House

Free registration required for all workshops.
To register, e-mail ksullivan AT gc.cuny.edu

7pm
Proshansky Auditorium and Lobby
Reading: PSA Chapbook Fellowship
Sarah Arvio, Timothy Donnelly, EJ Garcia, Deborah Landau, David Lehman, Marni Ludwig, Alison Roh Park, Gerald Stern, and Angela Veronica Wong
Introduced by Alice Quinn

Reception to follow.

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