March 27, 2018: University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire.
March 29, 2018, Iowa City, IA: Prairie Lights Books, 15 S. Dubuque St., 7 PM.
March 30, 2018, Evanston, IL: RHINO Reads! at Bookends & Beginnings, 6 PM.
April 3, 2018, Terre Haute, IN: Indiana State University.
April 22, 2018: Los Angeles Times Festival of Books at USC, Poetry Stage, 4 PM.
April 28, 2018, Sacramento, CA: Sacramento Poetry Center Spring Conference, 1719 25th St.
June 5, 2018: UCLA Extension Writers’ Program Publication Party Reading, 7 PM, Moss Theater at New Roads School.
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That quotation is from Hilary Mantel’s Paris Review interview, and I quote it in this interview with Bree Tadish from the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program. Three more weeks until winter classes start! Here’s one question and answer: What do you hope your … Continue reading
I’m offering a Poetry I workshop through the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program in Winter Quarter 2018. This is the first poetry workshop UCLA Extension is offering at their new Woodland Hills (Warner Center) location, which is making their course offerings … Continue reading
I’m really looking forward to this! As you can probably tell, Carol V. Davis and I have a few things in common. It wasn’t deliberately planned to have two poets of Russian Jewish ancestry reading on the same afternoon, but … Continue reading
The Teachers Tournament is in reruns right now–last week was the quarterfinals, and this week we have three days of semifinals and then the two-day final. So I’ll wait to finish this account until the reruns are over. Two events … Continue reading
As of this writing, the Teachers’ Tournament has been over for about six weeks, a few dozen more contestants have come down the pike, and we’re heading into the last month or so of Season 33. It’s also summer, so … Continue reading
Are you noticing that the 2017 Teachers Tournament group is not visibly diverse? Because I did. And am. I’m glad I got to be in it–so glad! And I’m grateful to have met these delightful people, whom I now consider … Continue reading