Recently wandered TriBeCa with Pittsburgh-based photographer, Heather Kresge. It’s been a while since our last shoot and, once again, I am so happy with the results! Click the pic to check out her site.
Roxane Gay is our literary fairy godmother.
Out of the Binders: A Symposium on Women Writers Today, more affectionately known as Bindercon, has garnered some serious attention! I’m so thrilled to be part of the team bringing this event to NYC—and to the whole live-streaming world—this fall! Thanks to everyone who has helped us raise awareness and reach our Kickstarter goal!!
Follow #bindercon on Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, and register at www.bindercon.com
Thanks to Monique Lewis of At the Inkwell for filming “New York,” at the 4th annual New York City Poetry Festival!
Author Laura E. Davis interviewed me for her blog, Dear Outer Space!
(Photo cred to, respectively, Heather Kresge and Sam Reposa)
I’ll be reading with Saroya Marsh and Claire Fitzpatrick on Friday, 8/22 at Enigma Bookstore in Astoria, Queens. 8pm, no cover, off the NQ trains.
Just a stage full of SwanDive poets posing for our NYCPF ‘14 class pic: Andrea Talarico, Stanton Hancock, Kait Burrier, Dawn Leas, and Dale Wilsey on the White Horse stage post-reading.
Half of the SwanDive bevy made it out to Governors Island for the 4th annual New York City Poetry Festival, where we had way too much fun. Among the readers were Stanton Hancock, Andrea Talarico, Dawn Leas, Dale Wilsey, and yours truly, bunny ears and all.
See you next year, NYCPF!
I’m getting excited for the New York City Poetry Festival!! The event runs the weekend of July 26th & 27th and is free and open to the public. There will be art, culture, food trucks, boozing, schmoozing, books, a family-friendly children’s poetry festival, and, of course, readings!! See you there xoxo
Governors Ball has consistently outdone itself each year, in the best possible way. Self-contained on New York City’s Randall’s Isla…