One of our students and past Graduate Assistant, Rachael Kelly, went to an event this weekend. Read more about her experience at the Book Club Brunch hosted by Hachette Book Group!
LOCATION: Random House 1745 Broadway New York, NY 10019
Date/Time: Fri, December 7, 2018 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST
Tickets for Random House’s Fall Open House are going on sale Friday, September 28th, be sure to buy them before they sell out! The event will take place on Friday, December 7th. Join them for a day of book culture, connections, and discovery! Continue reading “Around Town | Random House Open House”
Writers & Artists Respond: Dorothea Lasky
The Jewish Museum is hosting a reading with poet Dorothea Lasky, followed by a discussion with Associate Curator Kelly Taxter. Lasky earned her MFA at the University of Massachusetts and has published three poetry collections: AWE (2007), Black Life (2010), and Thunderbird (2012). She has also had several chapbooks and poems published throughout various journals and magazines, such as the New Yorker, Paris Review, and American Poetry Review.
The poetry reading will be in conjunction with an exhibition of new paintings by artist Eliza Douglas. Douglas creates paintings “that teeter between realism and abstraction, balletic grace and slapstick humor.” The new works created for the Jewish Museum lobby, Shadow and Light, and Blood and Bones are part of a series Douglas began in 2016. They are titled with lines from the poems of Dorothea Lasky.
Watch Your Tone: A Reading
Nathan McClain’s “Watch Your Tone” is an eight-session writing workshop where “participants focus their attention on the function of tone in their poems as a way of communicating and deepening their emotive charges.” To hear what the participants have been learning about craft in poetry, come out to this reading event to hear their poems that feature both playful and serious tones. Continue reading “Around Town | May 1 – 7”